LG is shaking things up in their mobile division, and has appointed a new CEO along with new members of upper management in other sectors.
LG is reportedly planning a tablet with a detachable keyboard that functions as a tablet and laptop, which could be the company’s answer to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.
LG’s South Korean blog has stated that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the LG G3 will arrive in the country before the end of the week.
We take a look at the data and figures for the third quarter of 2014 to analyse the biggest smartphone market trends this year.
In light of Xiaomi’s recent conquest of the #1 spot in China, Samsung’s Robert Yi questions the rival’s potential success internationally. Competition!
Anyone who wants to buy into the Nexus network but doesn’t want to break the bank might be interested in Groupon’s offer of a 16GB LTE Nexus 4 and accompanying Bumper Case for only $149.99.
The LG AKA is a new phone aimed at younger audiences, bringing mid-range specs and unique cases that give the phone’s unique personalities and eyes that stare back at you.
A year later, is the Nexus 5 still worth picking up?
LG wants the world to see its new POLED tech, featured in the recently released G Watch R. This tech will allow for all kinds of new display possibilities.
Android Lollipop builds for the F400S and D855 models of the LG G3 have been leaked online, although the source appears a little unsavoury.