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.
Even though the upcoming G-Slate tablet won't require the use of 3D glasses, it will come with a pair of glasses anyway.
Just in time for this week's CTIA conference in Orlando, AT&T has announced two brand new smartphones, one of which it promises will be the first "glasses-free 3D" phone to hit store shelves.
The Hague Court in the Netherlands has reversed an earlier legal decision that made it impossible for PS3 consoles to be distributed in Europe.
LG announced this week that it has begun shipping new 3D TVs, using the same kind of technology used in movie theaters, as a way to appeal to more budget-conscious consumers. But Samsung says that's a step in the wrong direction.
It's a new day in the world of 3D home media, as LG is beginning to ship its first line of 3D TVs that use the same kind of technology as that used in movie theaters across the country.
It's one thing to make a whole lot of floaty claims and impressive marketing speak, but it's quite another to actually make good on those words. LG's very impressive Android-based 3D phone looks like it can actually walk the walk.
LG's 8.9-inch Optimus Pad - which runs Android Honeycomb - is powered by Nvidia's dual-core (1 GHz) Tegra 2. The tablet also features a 3D-enabled camera and supports full HD 1080p decoding.
LG Electronics has announced a deal with YouTube to allow users of its new Optimus 3D smartphone to capture and upload 3D videos to YouTube instantly.
When it comes to the tablet market, it seems like there's a new innovation every few months. And this is potentially the biggest innovation yet, as LG and T-Mobile become the first to offer a glasses-free 3D tablet.
W00t, the Optimus 3D is indeed real! Yes, LG confirmed the existence of the "world's first" fully-functioning 3D smartphone just hours after images of the enigmatic device hit the 'Net.
Photos of a new LG Android phone have made their way to the Internet. It's assumed they are the much-hyped Optimus 3D device, though without seeing it in person it's impossible to be sure.
So you've got a 3D TV, 3D computer, 3D Blu-ray player. You've put your pre-order in for your 3DS and you're taking pictures with your new 3D digital camera. Isn't it time you got a 3D phone?
One of the hottest trends in technology is 3D TV and content. From LG to Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic, all of the major manufacturers are jumping on the 3D bandwagon.
All these iPad competitors out there are really having a tough time setting them apart from the pack. But that may soon change as companies like LG start incorporating 3D displays that don't require special 3D glasses.
It took long enough, but the LG Ally and Samsung Acclaim smartphones have finally been upgraded to Android 2.2, the version of Google's operating system that most users have been using for months now.
We've seen the technology come to digital photo frames, 3D camera viewfinders, TV sets, and computer monitors, and now it's the smartphone's turn.
A high-ranking LG exec confirms that Windows Phone 7 smartphones have failed (thus far) to meet industry expectations.
Today in Las Vegas, LG announced what Glee star and LG spokeperson Jane Lynch described as "OMG LG" series of new products and applications to make your home, TV, and mobile phone smarter.
The current stereoscopic 3D standard being used in TVs and computer monitors is acclaimed for providing the most powerful 3D resolution possible, but due to an extreme lack of consumer interest, LG is looking to a new alternative.