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A new report from the National Resources Defense Council claims your “energy efficient” TV may not be efficient at all, creating formidable energy issues that affect your budget and the environment alike. So how is this possible?
MediaTek has been certifying its Helio P10 chipset on all major carriers for most of a year. The certification will complete by the end of October, which means we'll see more MediaTek-powered smartphones in the U.S. on all carriers.
It seems as though Google's biggest Android Wear partners are taking a break from the platform. Why? Smartwatches just aren't as big as expected yet. LG, Huawei, and Lenovo have all said that they aren't planning any watches this fall.
According to a lawsuit filed last week, Samsung and LG have agreed to not poach employees from each other in the U.S. The lawsuit is similar to one settled by a number of large tech companies last year.
LG has taken the unfortunate decision not to release the V20 smartphone in Europe, and will only sell the large-display device in America, Korea, and a selection of other countries. Samsung took the same decision with the Galaxy Note 5.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then LG is paying a major compliment to Amazon by making its already Echo-esque SmartThinQ Hub even more like the Echo. That's right -- the SmartThinQ Hub now boasts Alexa support.
LG put a computer on the front of its InstaView Signature refrigerator, one that runs on Windows 10. The InstaView technology lets you knock on the front to turn the glass transparent or bring up the apps.
After dragging its feet on OLED while LG has flourished, Samsung has unveiled a new technology it claims will stand toe-to-to with OLED on black levels, outperform it in brightness and color, and be much, much cheaper.
LG is using IFA 2016 to launch a trio of big ultrawide monitors, including a 38-inch behemoth, the largest ultrawide monitor ever produced. Its siblings including a gaming monitor with FreeSync, and a thin-bezel media display.