LG checks out OLED at Korean airport
LG Electronics has switched its 2018 model OLED TV on display at a South Korean airport to LCD due to burn-in problems, highlighting an under talked about problem for the technology.
Wants it adopted beyond LG tellies
LG just released an open-sourced version of webOS which it hopes will drive further adoption of webOS beyond LG televisions, smart refrigerators, and the never-released smartwatch.
Saved itself from angry shareholders
LG Display saved itself from the wrath of Wall Street for its lack-lustre performance by announcing that it will begin making plastic organic light-emitting diode panels at a new line in South Korea in the third quarter.
Viva, Las Vegas
A power cut, of all things, downed the Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas today.
The rest of speaker 2018 lineup
LG has unveiled its full lineup of speakers that will be available as of next year, including the ThinQ Speaker with built-in Google Assistant.
Answer to Samsung's Quantum Dot (QLED)
LG has announced its new line of monitors that will be officially showcased at the CES 2018 show in January, and which is based on Nano IPS technology with better color reproduction, support for HDR600 and Thunderbolt 3 compatibility.
Hi-end tellies and mobile demand
LG Display has seen an 80 percent surge in quarterly profits just ahead of expectations, helped by strong demand for its screens used in high end TV sets as well as mobile devices.
Will get a one off payment
Nokia will start to book additional revenue from the current quarter after a ruling by an arbitration court on payments from South Korea’s LG Electronics (066570.KS) for using its smartphone patents.
LG V30 is a faster and closer to Samsung and Apple
LG announced its newest flagship smartphone, the LG V30, at a special event in the picturesque hamlet of Berlin.
Trying to buy Austrian car headlight maker ZKW
Troubled LG Electronics participated in a main bidding round to buy Austrian automotive light maker ZKW Group in a deal that could potentially fetch $1.2 billion.