Touchscreens may be extremely versatile and a good fit for mobile devices, but one thing they don't lend themselves to well is extended typing sessions. As a result, we've seen numerous portable keyboards designed to easily fit in a pocket alongside your smartphone. Now LG is getting in on the act with its Rolly Keyboard, which it calls the industry's first solid rollable wireless portable keyboard.
With a fairly large footprint, the LG Watch Urbane doesn't exact fly under the radar, but the new model – the Watch Urbane Luxe – makes it look understated. Made in collaboration with Reeds Jewelers, the limited edition version of the wearable ups the ante when it comes to build materials, with a 23-karat gold case.
Interest in tablets ain't what it used to be, but people do still buy them so companies like LG are still making them. The Korean firm's upcoming G Pad II 10.1 has mid-ranged specs and hopefully the pricing to match.
Remember last year when Samsung outed its curved sound bar to go along with its curved TVs? Well LG is finally in on the act, announcing the Music Flow HS8 Wireless Curved Sound Bar. It'll be on show in Berlin next month, at IFA 2015.
Motorola and LG's 2015 flagships have a lot in common, packing the same processor, display resolution and more. The companies generally play to their respective strengths, with the G4 offering a great display and camera, with the Moto X Style (known as the Pure Edition in the US) standing as the cheaper and more customizable one.
There was a time, not so long ago, when flip phones were all the rage. But since the rise of the smartphone they've fallen further and further out of fashion. Well, not everyone believes that the clamshell has breathed its last – step in the LG Wine Smart.
The retail version of Pebble Time is now available, so maybe you're wondering how it sizes up next to (arguably) the best Android Wear watch, the LG Watch Urbane. Let's compare the two smartwatches' features and specs.
LG's display subsidiary has announced that it will begin mass producing notebook displays using Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) technology. The application of the tech, which does away with the dedicated layer for touch sensors you'll find in conventional panels, should lead to some of the thinnest and lightest notebooks yet.
If you want a smartwatch with week-long battery life, then you're better off with something like Pebble than a color touchscreen watch – they typically only last a day or two. But South Korea's LG Chem, the country's largest chemical company and part of the same corporate LG umbrella that also makes smartphones like the LG G4 and the LG G Watch Urbane smartwatch, reportedly has taken a step towards addressing the issue with a new hexagonal smartwatch battery.