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.
LG unveils webOS 2.0, the next evolution for its extremely intuitive smart TV platform, originally launched at CES 2014. The system adds new features for easier access to content and TV settings, while speeding up boot up time, app loading, and more.
South Korea-based LG announced Monday that it has surpassed one million units sold with its line of WebOS-enabled smart TVs, which was launched just three months ago. LG predicts it will reach the 10 million-unit milestone by the first half of 2015.
We went hands on with LG's webOS smart TV platform at an exclusive event held at the company's Silicon Valley lab. We held high hopes for the platform, but our experience vastly exceeded our expectations. Here's why.
Who doesn't love a bargain? Smartphone bargains are even more welcome, and the thought of grabbing a flagship model for 86 percent less than the retail price has us dribbling. However, there is a catch.
LG's acquisition of WebOS from Hewlett Packard has made many headlines, but why would a company with an already stable Smart TV platform want to take in a floundering mobile OS platform? We spoke to LG to find out and ponder what this means for the future.