Apple Inc. may be losing some momentum when it comes to the worldwide smartphone sales as new data showed the Cupertino-based organization lost percentage points in the latest market share figures.
Samsung just held its second Analyst Day event, giving journalists, analysts, and anyone who wanted to peak into their live stream a taste of what's to come from the South Korean tech giant.
Google unveiled the Nexus 5 along with Android 4.4 KitKat on Halloween. There was a long lead-up to the Nexus 5's unveiling, including a back-and-forth between tech observers as to whether the handset would be made by Google-owned Motorola or by LG Electronics.
After very little build up, LG Electronics introduced the LG G Pad 8.3, the company's successor to the LG Optimus Pad of 2011, early last month. Now it's coming to store shelves on Nov. 3.
The tablet has come to the UK and Ireland for £259.99, but when will the device come to America?
LG is looking to ramp up the innovation behind their mobile offerings, and the latest announcement from the company is much more promising than putting a "Rear Key" volume rocker on the back of its current flagship smartphone: LG is going to make the first flexible OLED screens for smartphones.
A new smartphone from LG will have a curved display that uses OLED technology.
The device will be very different from the original model, with different specs and a stylus added.
LG announced a new smartphone today: the LG Vu 3. And, though less boxy than its predecessors, it still looks like a heifer.
Google's Android KitKat ad has an unintentional easter egg, giving away details about the Nexus 5.
IFA 2013: Consumer Electronics Unlimited is one of the biggest shows in electronics. It's about to begin, with major device makers set to debut their tablets, smartphones, and other devices, starting on September 6 and going until September 11. But Samsung and Sony are crashing that date, starting with announcements tomorrow, September 4. Here's what to expect for the week.
LG Electronics, which just unveiled the LG G2 smartphone that it hopes becomes a popular flagship option, is now ramping up to an announcement of its first tablet since the LG Optimus Pad two years ago: the LG G Pad. The latest move by the Korean device company is a teaser video that it just released on YouTube.
Some day the clouds will open and Google will tell everyone who has been waiting for some confirmation about the Nexus 5 some more information. Until that day, we've got another rumor report, from another good source - but, unfortunately, that source is negating the previous bit of information about the possible Google Nexus 5 smartphone.
LG Electronics unveiled the LG G2 earlier in August, hoping their latest flagship handset would become a new contender in the premium smartphone market in the U.S. Now it looks like the two largest carriers have set their release dates for the LG G2.
We've been through a lot waiting for any official information about the possible follow-up to the Google Nexus 4, what's been called the Google Nexus 5. Now, with a possible leaked image of the device coming out of Europe, we may have more reason to believe that the Google Nexus 5 is on its way, and based off of the LG G2.