LG to launch V20 in September
Published in Mobiles


Android 7.0 Nougat and Snapdragon 821

LG has confirmed that the successor to the V10 called the V20 will launch in September with Android Nougat 7.0. This is, most likely,  one more Snapdragon 821 design win. 

LG predicts second quarter recovery
Published in News


Bad days behind it

LG Display has said that it will have a second-half earnings recovery, signaling a pickup for the struggling panel industry as clients prepare to launch new OLED gadgets.

LG scores Toyota deal
Published in Wearables


Good news away from the smartphone bear pit

LG has signed a deal with Toyota  to supply telematics components for Toyota's upcoming connected vehicles. The deal is good news for LG which needs to step back a bit from smartphones.

Apple’s poor sales drag down Smartwatch industry
Published in Wearables


Sanity starting to be restored

After dragging up the smart watch industry thanks to its legions of fanboys who will buy any old rubbish provided it has an Apply logo, Jobs’ Mob is causing it all to crash again.

LG sees hope in display panel industry
Published in Graphics


Should pick up in the second quarter

LG Display has said that it is seeing signs of improvement in the display panel industry and expects its business performance to pick up in the second half of the year.

LG profits reach two-year high
Published in News


$504 million for April June

LG Electronics appears to be doing rather well all of a sudden and says its second-quarter operating profit will reach a two-year high.

Can intelligent fabric save LG’s bacon?
Published in News


Wonder material

LG is developing a game changing technology which could help replace smartphones as its big money earner.

LG builds a mosquito fighting telly
Published in News


Borrowing from Bill Gates

The Indian arm of LG Electronics has taken a leaf from Bill Gate's book and declared war on the mosquito by developing a telly which kills them while you watch.

Qualcomm buries the hatchet with LG
Published in Processors


LG agrees to pay more for its chips

Qualcomm has buried the hatchet with LG after the smartphone vendor agreed to pay more for its chips.

Samsung not so sure about OLED
Published in Graphics


Costs too much

While word on the street is that Samsung might reintroduce OLED TVs in 2017, the company said that it’s still skeptical about the tech.