LG is apparently ready to step into the market of super-powered smartphone as it plans to launch a phone with a Tegra 3 chip.
Right on the heels of Samsung's large Galaxy Note phone, LG is coming forward with a larger-than-usual handset.
It's certainly not news that Apple is doing well in the US, or in the worldwide smartphone market, but now it's making a significant mark on the entire global handset industry.
Thanks to a strong holiday season for TV manufacturers, there won't be as many big deals on HDTVs for Super Bowl season.
While there were several Google TV products at CES last week, we're still not convinced it is the next big thing.
Being able to control your TV by simply talking to it may be one of the differentiating trends at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Calling it the world's largest 3D TV, LG plans to showcase an 84-inch "Ultra Definition" set at next month's Consumer Electronics Show.
If you own an Android-powered LG phone, congratulations - 50 GB of cloud storage is yours, courtesy of Box.com.
Rumors are that LG will be the next company to offer a TV with Google's television operating system, and the first new product for the OS to be unveiled in more than a year.
LG is promising to offer an upgrade to the latest version of Andoid on at least one of its current high-end smartphones.
After somewhat muddled excitement with the Optimus 3D, it looks like the next phone to carry LG's new Optimus name will strive to gain more attention.
LG Electronics has added the more affordable LG Sol (LG-E730) to its Optimus lineup, which boasts many of the same features as other Optimus handsets.
Did you know LG was supposed to be the manufacturer of the world's first Android phone?
The second smartphone to hit the market with true 3D display functionality will be 50% cheaper than the first.
Apple is reportedly testing next-gen liquid crystal displays (LCDs) for its upcoming iPad 3.
The zany, spherical avians who first gained popularity on the iPhone are about to bring their anger to a whole new dimension.
An LG-commissioned study reveals the vast majority of consumers don't want expensive active-shutter 3D TVs.
Just as the world prepares for HTC's glasses-free 3D phone, LG is ready to release its one as well.
LG is launching the first Android phone with Netflix support out of the box.
ARM and LG have clinched a new licensing agreement that will offer the latter company access to the Cortex-A15 MPCore, Cortex-A9 MPCore, Mali T604 GPU and CoreLink interconnect.