Users with an LG Optimus LTE II will be getting an upgrade to Android 4.1 next month.
Not wanting to be left in the dust, LG has unveiled its latest smartphone.
As LG continues to build its Android-powered Optimus brand, the company has revealed three news phones.
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.
Right on the heels of Samsung's large Galaxy Note phone, LG is coming forward with a larger-than-usual handset.
Personally, I wouldn't piss off a fifty-foot tall robot equipped with laser weapons, but then I'm not in charge at Asus.
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.
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.
Digital Storm has introduced an Optimus-powered laptop aimed at hard-core gamers and high-end users.
LG is preparing to launch a new line of smartphones that will be powered by Nvidia's screaming fast, dual-core Tegra 2 mobile processor.
Nvidia's blazingly fast dual-core Tegra processor will reportedly power LG's next-gen lineup of Optimus smartphones.
Acer has confirmed that its 10.1-inch Aspire One 532G will be the first netbook to feature Nvidia's next-generation Ion 2 GPU.
For any of us who have had high performance notebook computers there has been a dirty little secret.
Nvidia has introduced an intelligent switching technology for notebook PCs that automatically selects the optimal graphics processor for running a specific application.