Not wanting to be left in the dust, LG has unveiled its latest smartphone.
Samsung doesn't offer its Galaxy Note tablet-phone on Verizon, so the carrier has turned to LG.
LG has unveiled its latest addition to the Optimus family of smartphones.
Although 3D TV isn't yet mainstream, those with television sets supporting the rapidly evolving format have loudly clamored for content in recent months.
The next phone to get Android version 4.0 could be the LG Spectrum.
Cloud gaming service Onlive will be integrated into a new line of LG television sets.
Smartphone displays have become slightly larger, with higher resolutions over the past year. Indeed, it's fairly common for current high-end smartphones to boast HD resolution supporting 720p.
More than 208 million phablets - a hybrid device larger than a smartphone but smaller than a tablet - are expected to ship globally in 2015, increasing by a factor of 10 in 2012 from 2011.
LG has been in the Smart TV business for a while now and the company is set to launch its latest generation of Google TV sets later this month.
LG plans to remind the world that Google TV still actually exists.
A recent ComScore survey of more than 30,000 US mobile subscribers has determined that Samsung is now the top handset manufacturer with an impressive 26% market share.
LG has decided that it no longer wants to play the Windows Phone game.
Back in 2007, Sony launched the world's first OLED TV, which was rather costly and ultimately pulled from the market due to poor sales.
Flexible e-paper displays have been the stuff of our collective mobile dreams for years, but the technology is typically relegated to showroom floors at CES, MWC and CTIA.
As predicted, Sharp seems to have failed to come up with the goods, and its LCD panels likely won't be appearing on the new iPad when it hits the stores on Friday.
LG has become the launch platform for a new 3D streaming standard.
As LG continues to build its Android-powered Optimus brand, the company has revealed three news phones.
LG is trying to turn the Optimus brand into what the Galaxy brand is for Samsung and the Droid brand is for Verizon.
LG has confirmed that it is working on a successor to its Optimus 3D smartphone, one of the first glasses-free 3D phones on the market.
LG's Optimus LTE phone has already turned heads with its 5-inch display and its 4:3 aspect ratio, but now it's gaining attention for another feature.