We gotta give it to the guys at iFixit, who will tear down any device they can get in their hands. This time it’s the Android Wear team’s turn to show their internals!
If Android Wear is to take off, these devices need to be available from more than the Play Store. This is why LG is announcing its device’s global release.
Two of the most highly anticipated devices of this summer will become available in AT&T stores starting this Friday.
LG has started the global rollout of the largest tablet in its new G Pad series, the LG G Pad 10.1. The tablet will debut first in the United States and then make its way to Europe, Asia and Latin America later this month.
LG Canada has announced the highly anticipated device will become available for our neighbors starting August 1st, which is not long after the expected USA release.
Now here’s a pleasant surprise. People who ordered the Gear Live and the G Watch from the Play Store are now receiving shipping notifications, meaning that the smartwatches could be on their wrists by Monday.
A new update has just started pushing out to Android Wear devices, which so far only include the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live.
Sprint is announcing the LG G3 will be available starting July 18th, in black and gold colors. Is it really the phone (or carrier) for you, though?
If you had to recommend an Android Wear device, which one would it be? What about if you had to use your own money? Which watch delivers the best bang for your 200 bucks?
We already gave you an unboxing and setup tutorial, but we have played around with the LG G watch for a bit and are ready to give you our first impressions.