Earlier this week we told you about LG claiming the “G4 Note” trademark and now we’re seeing a brand new LG phone pass through TENAA which is China’s certification arm.
Yesterday it was announced that Samsung would be opening up compatibility for its Tizen-based Gear S2. However, the only specifics that were announced were that the Gear S2 would work
Google users are about to be very happy customers, if this report from CNET is found to be true. According to the report, Google will introduce the new Nexus device(s)
Leaks have been flying this past week faster than almost any time in recent memory. We probably have IFA 2015 to thank for that and today we’re talking about the
We know for a while that there will be another LG flagship phone this year. LG has confirmed as much. We’re expecting another LG flagship in the second half of 2015
We’ve been wondering just how in-depth AT&T was going to incorporate DirecTV into their services. After offering some pretty awesome bundle deals after the acquisition, AT&T is up to it
Fresh off the announcement of their truly ridiculous $1,200 LG Urbane Luxe smartwatch, LG is announcing something much more useful. At IFA 2015, LG has taken the lid off their
Are you sitting at home figuring out the most ridiculous way to spend all of your money? LG is here to help you out. The South Korean giant has announced
It’s a big day in the world of Android Wear as the wearable platform has become compatible with select iOS smartphones. Starting from today, anyone with an iPhone 5, 5c, 5s,
For all of the leaks and rumors surrounding the upcoming LG Nexus 5 (2015), one detail has proved to be rather elusive. Namely, when the device is expected to make its
Usually, manufacturers unveil a device at the showroom, but LG has gone ahead and given us a sneak peek at what their newest tablet, the G Pad 10.1 II has to offer.
I’ve had my G4 for just over 2 weeks now. That excitement of opening the box is unparalleled by most things in the world. I have to admit that this
Cricket Wireless this week began offering another two Android smartphones, the LG G Stylo and HTC Desire 626s. Priced $150 and $200, respectively, the pair of no-contract handsets offer up mostly
The LG Nexus 5 (2015) is one of the most anticipated phones of the year; its specs have leaked, we’ve seen renders based on specs provided to case manufactures, and
The tech industry is gradually recognizing the benefit of high fidelity audio. It looks like LG is the next player to put an effort into helping us get the worth