At CES 2015 LG has taken the veil of its LG G Flex 2, bringing an improved design and impressive specs such as a Snapdragon 810 CPU.
Google’s Nest has added fifteen new partners to their Works with Nest program. Appliances, fans, phone calls and automobiles can now all help with your smart home needs.
Thanks to a photo posted on The Verge, we now know that LG’s G Flex 2 is not only really happening, it will be unveiled in just a matter of days at CES!
2015 may have only just begun, but the first smartphones of the year are right around the corner. CES, which is less than a week away, will give us our first glimpse at this year’s smartphones, and there will be plenty more to come over the next twelve months.
Average smartphone profits for Android hardware manufacturers have roughly halved over the past year, despite huge growth in global shipments.
After what seems like a covert operation, Alcatel Onetouch may have just purchased the Palm brand, logos, and trademarks from HP.
Two phones for under $50, are they any good? Review and shootout of the Boost Mobile LG Realm, Virgin Mobile HTC Desire 510 and the Motorola Moto G (2013) GPe.
Today KDDI has finally made its plans to release a Mozilla powered smartphone official with the announcement of the LG Fx0, to be released on Christmas.
LG has announced three new WiFi speakers and soundbars, which can be controlled via its home audio app, to bulk up its home speaker line-up. The range will be making an appearance at CES 2015.
You can buy a Red Nexus 5 for only $320 from Expansys. Not too long ago, Google announced that they’re stopping production on the handset, so you may want to jump on this deal before it’s too late!