When consumers get all riled up over the anticipated new iPhone, investors have to continue with their own journeys. After all, rumors of a new phone mean a decline in sales for the current phone
Players can play titles like Lego Batman 2 without any extra hardware.
The LG G2 feels so similar to the Galaxy S IV that it might as well have been announced by Samsung.
At time of increasing sameness among phones, LG is doing something different: Learning from smartphone users.
“We found that Samsung users generate close to 50 percent of all Android Web traffic within the U.S. and Canada,” a company representative said. “That’s nearly five times the share of HTC users, the next closest competitor.”
According to a consumer survey of 44,168 people, iPhone is the best smartphone. While that’s likely controversial with Android users, it might not be surprising to iPhone fans.
Except that the survey was in Korea, bitter Apple rival Samsung’s hometown.
If you weren’t a fan of the Nexus 4′s original black color, LG has just debuted a new model that looks a bit more stylish.
In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple’s share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Sharp, Japan Display, and Samsung rival LG Electronics are tooling up for Apple iPhone 5S production runs which will begin in earnest in June, according to a report out of Japan.
After a successful collaboration with the Nexus 4 Android smartphone, Google may also be working with LG for yet another Nexus devices. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
After all the money we spent buying flat screen TVs in the past decade, LG is reintroducing the curved TV. This curve, however, is focused on you.
After weeks and months of good news for Android, ComScore’s U.S. subscriber market share report released today says Apple is growing overall iPhone sales and iOS platform penetration, while Google’s Android is dropping.
Security systems, cars, homes, appliances: everything modern, seemingly, has a remote control.
Another day, another patent infringement claim against Samsung.
With its webOS’s move to LG, its story has reached its latest, and perhaps strangest, chapter yet.
Google may finally be paying attention to the Nexus line’s camera.
Google used a primetime advertising slot during Grammy Awards last night to show off the popular Nexus 4 smartphone and many uses of Google Now, its Siri competitor.
Rumor mill, start your engines: this obviously means that Apple is now working on an actual flat-screen Apple TV.
Strong smartphone and television sales are all LG needed to report a strong Q4 2012.
For the 20th consecutive year, IBM has held its ground as the king of patents. And it will now devote considerable resources to big data and analytics technologies.
Your living room TV has yet another suitor.
Bring comfortable shoes and travel light as you make your way to the biggest U.S. tech trade show.
Drool now or drool later, but LG just announced more details about its 2013 TV lineup, which will be unveiled at CES in a week.
Blaming supply shortages, Google is shedding more light on what went wrong with the launch of the Nexus 4.
And we thought it was just big U.S. window-manufacturing corporations that the European Union targeted in antitrust-like investigations.
iPhone 5, plus market share losses from Android makers, pushes Apple to the No. 2 spot.
The software patent suit nonsense isn’t stopping anytime soon.
With a simple software tweak, it looks like Canadian Nexus 4 users can enable nascent LTE capabilities.
Some LG Smart TV owners can now play console-quality games without a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360.
Japanese electronics companies are fighting surging Korean electronics companies such as LG and Samsung — and losing.
Demand for LG’s Nexus 4 seems to be greater than expected, as Google Play is already sold out of the phone.
Google’s mobile operating system Android may be winning the smartphone wars, with over 75 percent market share, but Apple and Microsoft could be making more from Android than Google — up to 600 percent more next year.
The Nexus 4 is one of the best Android phones so far, but a crucial omission makes it an almost laughable upgrade.
With the latest round of Nexus devices, including the first 10-inch Nexus tablet, polish seems to be the goal.
Sorry Sandy, you didn’t stop Google from announcing the Nexus 4 today.
Wireless charging is less efficient and takes longer — but it’s cool and science-y, and Google beat everyone to the punch on getting it into your hands.
If you plan on buying one of Apple’s newly announce iPad mini tablets, you might want to pre-order it soon.
Forget “4K.” The next-generation high definition standard will be officially called “Ultra High Definition” when it hits homes.
LG’s Nexus phone is a design disappointment.
Another year, another flagship Nexus Android smartphone on the horizon.