A leaked slide of LG's rumored 5-inch Optimus G Pro handset has been making the obligatory rounds this morning on mobile websites across the 'Net.
LG has unveiled a rather interesting television set at CES 2013.
LG looks set to be the first TV manufacturer to get a 55-inch OLED TV out of the factory and onto the shelves, ahead of rival Samsung.
LG will begin shipping its 55-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels) OLED television in February for a cool $10,300.
LG has officially debuted its 2013 lineup of home theater equipment which the company will be showcasing at CES 2013 in Las Vegas next month.
LG is gearing up for CES 2013 with a number of new products, including a lineup of smart televisions powered by Google's TV platform.
Sharp says its new 5-inch smartphone can go head-to-head with Samsung's best.
Google-powered LG TVs first in line for update.
Computer displays ranging from 27 to 30 inches are obviously nothing new, while screens in the 30-inch range have been common for many years now and are particularly popular with gamers.
The hype surrounding Microsoft Windows 8 has been centered primarily around tablets and laptop hybrids.
Google's recently announced LG Nexus 4 Android smartphone features a SlimPort that supports tethered display sharing.
Google's next official "Nexus" product is a new 4-inch smartphone being manufactured by LG.
LG has officially released the source to the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Optimus 2X phone.
HP's Open webOS has certainly been making the rounds in recent weeks.
If you have $20,000 to blow, you can now get the most advanced consumer TV on the market.
Portly Windows 8 tablet boasts a pop-up display.
The next installment in Google's mobile operating system is expected to be revealed on October 29.
Users with an LG Optimus LTE II will be getting an upgrade to Android 4.1 next month.
Images of what appear to be the next Nexus-branded smartphone have been leaked.
Talk about kicking a man while he's down.