smartwatches
LG G Watch Arriving in Gold and With a Water Resistant Chassis

LG has released some new stats and images regarding its G Watch wearable, revealing that you'll be able to buy a "champagne gold" model if you must, plus this and the generic black unit will both be water and dust resistant. Ideal if you regularly operate a lathe or work mending boats and need Google to constantly tell you what's on at the cinema. [LG via Droid-Life] Read More >>

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An LG G Pad 8.3 for £114 is Your "Easter Tablet Treat" Deal of the Day

Want a decent tablet, but don't want to break the bank because you still need money for cigarettes, packets of Frazzles, dildos, thongs, Billy Bear ham and all manner of other disgusting things you get up to when you host your 'parties'? Fear not - today you get get an ace tablet for cheaper than usual! Read More >>

architecture
Are LG's New Headquarters Really a "Public Shame"?

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman is on a roll lately in his quest to hold architects accountable for their design shortcomings. His latest target? The firm HOK, which he says has turned tech manufacturer LG's new headquarters into an "eyesore." Read More >>

phones
LG G3 to Bring 2K Smartphone Screens to the Mainstream

Aside from a few niche Chinese manufacturers that have looked to go beyond the confines of the 1080p display in a smartphone, such as Oppo with the Find 7, the 2K phone screen has so far eluded the mainstream. But LG's next flagship, the rumoured LG G3, will land with an eye-popping screen that will make Full HD displays look archaic. Read More >>

lighting
LG's New OLED Table Lamp Could be the Future of Lighting

You're probably familiar with LG's cutting edge curved OLED TVs, but the company is taking the technology in a new direction. At the Light+Building trade show in Frankfurt, LG unveiled an OLED table lamp. It's a decidedly odd design but the technology bears some exciting implications. Read More >>

design
LG LED Smart Bulb Has a Party Rave Lighting Option

For LG, being able to switch your lights on and off from a smartphone, or control their intensity, just isn't enough. No, LG's new Wi-Fi connected LED Smart Bulb will also tap into the music you're playing, turning your flat into a mini Ministry of Sound. Read More >>

gadgets
LG's G Watch Will be One of the First Android-Wear Powered Smartwatches

It appears to be a banner day for smartwatch news. Engadget is reporting that LG is also cooking up a smartwatch of its own. It's coming out next quarter and will run on Google's just-announced wearables OS, called Android Wear. Read More >>

appliances
An Ultra-Flat Air Conditioner That You Can Hang Like a Work of Art

Those living in apartments or homes without central air have to come to terms with ugly, boxy air conditioners hanging out their windows. But it doesn't have to be that way, not when LG is somehow packing air conditioners into these ultra-slim housings that hang on your wall like artwork. Read More >>

gadgets
The Gadgets You Should Buy in 2014

Whilst we're all still reeling in the aftermath of the gadget glutton-fest that was CES and MWC, it's worth remembering that if there's more to your world than iPhone cases and Bluetooth toothbrushes; the best is yet to come this year. Here's the stuff that will probably warrant your attention in the next twelve months. Read More >>

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phones
LG is Front of the Queue to Make the Google Nexus 6

If it ain't broke, don't fix it? It looks like that's the approach that Google is taking with its Nexus phone line, with our cousins over at Gizmodo Germany stating that the search giants will once again be turning to LG for the manufacturing of the Nexus 6. Read More >>

phones
Poor Taste LG Promo Says Mobiles Cause Brain Tumours, Infertility and Cataracts

LG has blamed "cultural differences" for the lack of riotous laughter regarding its promotional stickers for the Knock Code system, claiming the light-hearted references to phone radiation causing brain tumours were just a... joke. Oh, we get it now! Ha ha! Cancer! Read More >>

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advertising
LG Created a Magazine Ad as Thin as its OLED TV

To really drive home the fact of just how thin the company's latest OLED TVs were, LG's advertising firm in Sweden, M&C Saatchi Stockholm. They created a brilliant ad for the spine of a magazine called Sound & Vision since it turned out both were four millimetres thick. Read More >>

phones
LG's G2 Mini Has Shrunk in Size, While the G Pro 2 Has Grown

The diminutive (in size and raw power) LG G2 Mini was shown off at MWC today after its early reveal last week, alongside the more thrilling G Pro 2 (pictured above), a phablet with an even bigger screen, growing from the 5.5-inches of its original to 5.9-inches with a 1920 x 1080 screen. Read More >>

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windows phone
LG and Lenovo Have Been Signed Up For Windows Phone by Microsoft

Expect to see even more Windows Phones in the wild later this year, now that Microsoft has confirmed several new (or returning) hardware partners. Most interesting for our markets are Lenovo, LG and ZTE, but there are a bunch more for other countries that will be joining existing manufacturers Nokia, HTC, Samsung and Huawei. Read More >>

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phones
The LG G2 Mini Heads to MWC Shrunken in Both Size and Raw Power

Say what you will about its UI and rear-mounted power button, but LG's G2 handset was supercharged under the hood. The same, sadly doesn't look like it can be said of the LG G2 Mini, which the company has now said is headed to Barcelona for next week's Mobile World Congress blowout. Read More >>

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LG's SoundPlate Boasts Sexy Sound Served in an "Invisible" Box

Well, almost invisible. Long gone are the days when getting a decent sound out of your skinny flatscreen TV required several hundred feet of surround sound cabling snaking around your room or a monstrous soundbar obscuring the bottom half of your screen. LG’s slick SoundPlate proves a good AV speaker should be heard and not seen. Read More >>

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