Apple doesn't make its beloved Cinema Display monitors anymore, which makes finding the best monitor for the MacBook Pro more difficult. In this guide, we break down some of our favorites and offer something for every size and budget.
A patent filed by LG suggests the manufacturing giant might soon join the smart doorbell market. The patent was filed in 2016, which makes it possible that an announcement and release of the device could come soon.
The names may look almost identical, but OLED and QLED are two entirely different beasts. In our QLED vs. OLED battle, we dissect the differences between these dueling TV technologies and help determine which might be best for you.
Sometimes a case isn’t enough for people who need to protect their phone from rain, dust, and the occasional fall. Fortunately, the best rugged phones can handle anything you throw their way. Check out our top picks here.
LG is offering steep discounts on its critically acclaimed OLED TV models just in time for the Super Bowl, letting discerning viewers watch their favorite athletes with higher picture quality than ever.
LG has revealed some details about the premium televisions it will show at CES 2019, but it isn't all about the 88-inch 8K OLED. HDMI 2.1, eARC, and Amazon Alexa are all exciting new features making an appearance, too.
If you're looking for a portable 27-inch monitor that you can easily grab from your desk and take into another room, then LG might have the perfect product for you at CES 2019 — or at least an exciting concept — with the Neo Art.
LG's new Cinebeam projector uses a dual-laser light system for improved color accuracy. With integrated speakers and WebOS installed, it's a one-and-done for home theater enthusiasts who can't install a conventional projector.
After years of teasing prototypes and dropping hints, LG is finally really to sell a flexible OLED television. The sales-ready version shown at CES 2019 rolls up into a base that also contains speakers, and it looks absolutely astounding.
LG's next gaming display is a 38-inch beast with a 3,840 x 1,600 resolution, a 144Hz refresh rate, and a 2ms response time. It even has G-Sync technology baked in so Nvidia owners can avoid screen tearing.
Episode 40 of Digital Trends Live saw the rumored rollable TV from LG and we sat down with special guests Ryan Chin of Optimus Ride and Ryan Welsh of Kyndi to talk about the future of A.I. and autonomous vehicles.