The LG G Pad X 10.1 Android tablet hits AT&T on September 4. It's a good all around tablet for everyone, but DirecTV customers will find it extra special. The tablet comes with a few cool software features and costs $350 off-contract.
With a four-hinge folding system, LG's Rolly is a truly mobile tablet keyboard that doesn't compromise on the typing experience, and it fits in your pocket. It will be available in September for an undisclosed price.
By moving the heating element from the bottom to the wall, LG says its new ProBake Convection line of ovens are more like commercial ranges and will deliver similar results. The ProBake ranges, both gas and electric, will be available in September.
LG has announced the G Pad 2 10.1 tablet, which it will formerly introduce during the IFA tech show next month. The 10.1-inch Android slate has a massive 7400mAh battery, but a slightly older generation Snapdragon processor inside.
LG and Verizon have something cooking up. Recent FCC filings show two unannounced LG smartwatches that are compatible with Big Red's network. The FCC was even nice enough to include a few pictures, too.
Audi has confirmed that its upcoming SUV will boast a total driving range of over 310 miles thanks to recent advances in battery technology. The state-of-the-art battery pack will be built using cell modules sourced from LG Chem and Samsung SDI.
LG has announced its own music service that's ready for use on its very best smartphones. Owners of the G4, G Flex 2, and others will be able to enjoy two, free, super high quality tracks each month, and get the chance to buy discounted tracks too.
LG unveils the latest piece in the company's Music Flow sound system, the LAS855M wireless curved sound bar. The bar offers multiple hardwired connections, as well as wireless Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi-based multiroom audio playback via Google Cast.
Apple’s iPhone and iOS fared well in the second quarter of 2015, at the expense of other major mobile device makers and platforms. In fact, Apple was the only smartphone maker and OS to see a rise in its U.S. market share during the quarter.
A new report has provided a reason Google is rumored to launch two Nexus phones this year -- Android Pay. Apparently, it wants to use LG's brand recognition in North America and Europe to promote the system, and Huawei's influence in China to push Android.