On this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss underdogs. Everyone loves a good underdog story, and the world of tech regularly offers examples of companies that were dismissed as failures, only to prove ultimately naysayers wrong. So, who’s your favorite Android underdog? What company deserves to be on top but isn’t for some reason? Who would you want to see replace Samsung as king of the hill?
LG just unveiled the curiously named G Pro Lite, a 5.5-inch G Pro budget variant destined for emergent markets.
LG Chem, the largest battery maker in the world, announced it began mass-producing curved batteries that would go into future smartphones made by LG Electronics.
The site that leaked photos of an early Android 4.4 KitKat build is back with screenshots purportedly revealing the specs of the Nexus 5.
Today LG confirmed that the G Pad 8.3 will arrive to Korea on October 14th. The upcoming tablet will set consumers back 550,000 won – or about $515. Keep reading for more details!
Samsung announced that it has already started mass-producing flexible panels, and that, unlike its competitor, it will release a commercial product equipped with the display “within days”.
The display-making arm of LG announced today it will start the mass production of a plastic-based flexible display, confirming rumors that surfaced last week.
This week, the veil lifted on the Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat leaked, we got confirmation that curved phones are coming soon, the Note 3 launched amidst controversy, Google downplayed Android malware, and the benchmark debacle erupted.
The LG G2 is one of the hottest sensations of the year. It has awesome features like KnockOn, Plug & Pop, Guest Mode, and much, much more. And we’re going to show you how to get the most out of the device! Read on for our 10 tips & tricks for the LG G2!
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss benchmarks. There’s a bit of a scandal going on in the Android community, following reports that several large manufacturers are artificially boosting their scores in benchmarks. Do you care? Or is the whole issue overblown?