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How does the HTC Droid DNA compare to the Nexus 4?

Android phones often compete on "bigger, better, faster, stronger." This has led to giant phones with blazing-fast processors. Sharp displays are also the norm, but HTC is gambling that you'll want even more. The Droid DNA has the same resolution as a 1080p TV. Is it really a breakthrough, or are you better off with the Nexus 4?  Read More

Though it's huge, the Optimus G's display is gorgeous

After toiling in obscurity with low to mid-grade smartphones, LG has returned to the high-end. The new Optimus G is a powerhouse flagship designed to make geeks drool. Is this beast of a phone right for you? Or are you better off with its sibling, the Nexus 4? We put it through the paces, in our review of the LG Optimus G.  Read More

LG will introduce the world's first 21:9 aspect computer monitor in Korea later this month

Since unveiling the very first cinema-proportioned HD TV back in 2009, Philips has been leading the charge to get the distinctly oblong screens into our living rooms. Yet despite the powerful draw of immersive movie-theater-like viewing goodness, the buying public's cash (for the most part) continues to be thrown at 16:9 aspect screens. LG is trying another approach to kick start the ultra-widescreen invasion, by launching the world's first 21:9 aspect computer monitor. In addition to its obvious appeal to digital film buffs, the 29-inch EA93 is also being pitched at power users who currently multi-task across multiple displays (in my case a hotchpotch setup of 4:3 and 16:9 mixed displays).  Read More

The Touch 10 is able to interact with all ten digits at once

If you’ve recently installed Windows 8 onto your PC and would like to try the new operating system’s much-hyped touchscreen features, then LG’s newly-unveiled Touch 10 may be worth considering. The Touch 10 is a touchscreen monitor which has been optimized for Windows 8, and allows all ten digits to be used on-screen, simultaneously.  Read More

How does the Nexus 4 compare to the reigning Android monarch, the Samsung Galaxy S III?

Does Android have a new King? This title is usually passed by default to the latest Nexus phone, but the Nexus 4 isn't usual. Though it's a top-of-the-line handset, Google and LG made a few trade-offs. How does the Nexus 4 compare to the reigning Android monarch, the Samsung Galaxy S III? Let's take a look …  Read More

How does Google's latest flagship Nexus phone compare to the iPhone 5?

Google is going straight for Apple's throat. In addition to announcing its first direct iPad competitor, the Nexus 10, it's also set to release a new high-end smartphone, the Nexus 4. How does Google's (and LG's) latest flagship compare to the iPhone 5? Let's take a look …  Read More

Instead of a disc-shaped design, LG's latest robotic vacuum cleaner has flat sides and cor...

Despite the fact that the majority of those reading this live in homes with cornered rooms, the most popular robot vacuum cleaners (including the latest Roomba models) have a distinctly circular shape. While early LG Hom-Bots also followed this trend, there's change in the air. The company debuted its new line of Square cleaners in Place Beaubourg, Paris earlier this week. They will first appear in France ahead of a global launch in 2013.  Read More

LG's Ultra Definition LCD interactive whiteboard

LG has just shown off the world's first 84-inch Ultra Definition (UD) LCD interactive whiteboard, and it's truly something to behold. The technology is being geared towards schools, where teachers could use it as a new method of teaching their students. Gone could be the days of nails on a chalkboard, slamming erasers together to clean them, and dried-up markers.  Read More

The cable-like flexible batteries being developed by LG are achieving promising performanc...

We've covered our fair share of flexible electronics, but as far as bendability goes, the flexible batteries developed by LG are truly raising the bar by a couple of notches. The Korean company is working on a battery that is shaped like a cable, and can be bent, tied, or even woven into fine sheets with almost no loss in discharge performance.  Read More

The Optimus L9 runs on the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android

As rumors around the Web put the debut of the iPhone 5 just a couple weeks away, Korea's LG has just released two new ultra-thin Android-powered smartphones to add to its Optimus lineup – the Optimus G, which based on the latest rumors may well surpass the technical specifications of the upcoming Apple smartphone, and the lower-end Optimus L9, which comes bundled with a few interesting pieces of software.  Read More

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