The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 at Las Vegas is about two weeks away, and LG will be there to introduce their new IPS monitors with high resolution, wide viewing angles as well as 3D viewing capabilities. The models include the DM92, DM82 and DM52 series, and the D43 3D monitor.
Last month, PRADA and LG announced the renewal of their collaboration to develop the new PRADA phone by LG 3.0, as well as released a teaser picture of the phone. Today, the two companies unveiled the highly anticipated smartphone, which is the third model from the partnership.
The LG Optimus LTE was recently launched in USA and Korea. And now, the company, in collaboration with NTT Docomo, has brought the Android smartphone to Japan.
The mobile phone has evolved from being a device to make and receive calls, as well as send SMS (short message service), to one packed with a wide range of features – built-in camera for capturing videos and pictures, gaming, accessing the Internet and email etc. On top of that, the phone manufacturers are also competing in making their
LG Electronics has joined the Ultrabook crowd – if you can call a handful of companies a crowd that is – with its X-Note Z330 which appears to be limited to the Korean market for now. At first glance LG's X-Note Z330 could easily be mistaken for an Asus Zenbook, as the general design is
LG has promised updates of Android Ice Cream Sandwich to their top-tier phones, but will they fail to meet the mark again as they had with Android Gingerbread? Read on to find out which of your phones will be blessed with the new OS.
Today, PRADA and LG have announced the renewal of their exclusive mobile phone collaboration at a signing ceremony in Seoul, Korea. Both companies will develop the PRADA phone by LG 3.0 which is scheduled for launch early next year 2012. Apparently, a teaser image of the new phone has been released.
The collaboration between LG and Prada started in 2006 with the first LG Prada (KE850) launched in 2007. And in 2009 in Singapore, we saw the LG Prada II (KF900). And it looks like the time has come once more as pictures of the new LG Prada K2 have been leaked online.
At IFA 2011 trade fair in Berlin, LG unveiled their proprietary 3D Game Converter that allows smartphone users to transform OpenGL-based 2D games into 3D and vice versa. Well, the company has announced that the 3D Game Converter feature is now available for download.
LG Korea has announced the launch of their new Optimus LTE smartphone, which claims to be the first mobile device in the country to lead Long Term Evolution (LTE) with high definition IPS display technology. Unfortunately, no word as to when this phone will be available outside Korea though.
Another Optimus smartphone has emerged from Korean manufacturer LG, and this time it is the Optimus Q2. The Optimus Q2 is based on Google's Android operating system and features Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor and has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
LG Korea has announced that it has entered into an exclusive deal with Japanese game developer Capcom to introduce their popular Street Fighter IV game on their high definition Android smartphone. Details inside.
Seems like LG is all geared up to go up against the likes of Samsung, especially where classy notebooks sporting bright and funky colours are concerned. Apparently, in a bid to score some points with the back-to-school crowd, the Korean electronics company has launched its new “Aurora” Xnote S series of notebooks which are reportedly
Picture this situation; you need to scan a copy of a certain document, but the blasted scanner is situated at the other end of the room, and you really do not want to leave your comfortable chair and walk over to the device just to scan one single document. Well, don't worry; LG has come
Have you heard of an upcoming LG smartphone known as the Enlighten? Apparently, some details about this mystery phone was first leaked onto the Internet way back in the early parts of August, although that information was limited to little more than a solitary image and a specifications sheet. And today, it seems that the
Now that 3D technology is fast making inroads into our daily lives, have you ever once entertained the thought of investing in a 3D-capable notebook for your entertainment needs? If so, LG's latest announcement will probably be just the thing you need to perk up your Tuesday, for the Korean electronics company has just announced
Have you had enough of LG's Optimus One, Optimus 2X, Optimus Black and Optimus 3D smartphones that have been making headlines all over the Internet in recent months? Well, the good news is that the Korean electronics company has got yet another Optimus-branded smartphone up its sleeves which it reportedly plans to release for sale
LG has decided to go with the aggressive approach on marketing their 3D LCD TVs, and to the extend of taunting competitors including Samsung and Sony. In the latest advertisements, the company has provoked the two manufacturers about the use of active shutter glasses while LG uses the patented film patterned retarder (FPR) technology.
Today, LG Singapore has announced the new Optimus 3D Android smartphone which claims to incorporate "Tri-Dual" architecture and offers superb full 3D experience. The best thing is, you do not need to rely on 3D glasses to view 3D. The LG Optimus 3D is scheduled to be available at end of August, this month.
Fancy getting your hands on an ultrathin notebook? LG might have just the notebook you are looking for: the Korean electronics company has just announced the availability of its new Xnote P220 series of ultrathin notebooks, which will reportedly be released for sale in Korea starting today.