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.
The LG G Pad 8.3 didn’t get Android 4.4.3 in time, but Google and LG had bigger plans in mind. The device is getting updated straight to Android 4.4.4.
ATAP has revealed that the first consumer-oriented Tango device will be released early next year, with LG as Google’s launch partner.
The first two Android Wear devices are here, but they may not be the ones you were expecting.
As expected, Google just took the wraps off Android Wear, and, along with it, the LG G Watch. Here’s what you need to know about the LG G Watch.
If you prefer other unlocking methods, LG wants to convince you that Knock Code is better, and is doing so with these four promo clips.