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LG spills all the bean (bird)s on webOS for TV, gets first crack at Netflix 4K

As somebody who got into this business by covering Palm and webOS, it's safe to say I was at least mildly interested in where LG was going to take webOS. (LG bought webOS)[http://www.webosnation.com/lg-purchasing-hps-webos-division-licensing-webos-smart-tvs] from HP nearly a year ago, but the two had been (working together for months before)[http://www.webosnation.com/gram-working-lg-open-webos-tv] to bring webOS to LG's TV line-up.

Leading up to today it was a little vague on what webOS on TVs would look like, work like, and how far LG was willing to go with their little project. There weren't any indications of what exactly their plans were or how big they planned to go — if you'd asked any pundit leading up to this week what to expect, they likely would have told you to expect webOS to be on maybe a single series (same innards, different screen sizes) of LG TVs. How it would work was a big unknown.

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LG to introduce new Mac Pro-compatible 31-inch 4K ultra-widescreen in January

LG plans to introduce its first 4K monitor next month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The new display will sport a Mac Pro-compatible Thunderbolt 2 interface and an unusually wide aspect ratio, according to Engadget.

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LG G2 brings all the specs to the yard, forgets interface designers again

The LG G2 has just been officially announced, and given how many high end components LG is capable of producing, it's no wonder this thing, spec wise, seems not only top notch, but a real beauty. Here's what Phil Nickinson of Android Central had to say from the event floor:

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Apple again rumored to be building an Ultra HD 4K TV set for release late 2013 or early 2014

Randomly accurate site Digitimes is reporting the often repeated rumor that Apple is still working on a TV set. The latest rumor surrounds the actual specifications of the TV set which Digitimes sources claim will be 4K. For those that don’t know, 4K or Ultra HD offers two times the horizontal and vertical resolution of the curent 1080p standard giving it a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels; this would equal four times the resolution of 1080p.

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Shots of supposed iPad mini display leak

Pictures of what are supposed to be the display of the unannounced iPad mini have surfaced recently. The dimensions measure 162 mm x 124 mm, which works out to the same 4:3 aspect ratio of the full-sized iPad. 

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LG coincidentally announces production of new screens that sound just perfect for iPhone 5...

LG Display has started to ramp up production of new displays, using in-cell technology that, coincidentally I'm sure, sound like perfect fits the rumored iPhone 5 that just might be announced at the rumored September 12 Apple event.

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iPhone tops yet another customer satisfaction survey

Just in case we needed any more convincing that people love their iPhones, the American Customer Satisfaction Index has found through recent surveys that Apple's smartphones are leaving customers the happiest. The iPhone scored 83 on their system, compared to to Nokia, LG and HTC who are all tied at 75.

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Apple snags 14% mobile market share in U.S., still behind Samsung and LG

comScore released their first quarter 2012 U.S. mobile market share numbers recently, and though Apple has had a solid climb to 14% market share, LG is still ahead with 19.3% and Samsung claims 26%. The gap in smartphone platform market share with Android is widening, as Google's mobile OS snags 51%, and iOS sits at 30.7%.

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Apple passes Motorola to become third largest mobile manufacturer in U.S.

comScore's recent survey data reveals that Apple now has 13.5% of the U.S. mobile market (i.e. not just smartphones). Combined with Motorola's drop to 12.8% market share, that puts iPhone in third place behind LG (with 19.4%) and Samsung (25.6%).

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New iPad Retina displays rumored to be coming from LG and Samsung

Sharp was supposed to be supplying screens for the new iPad, but they were apparently unable to meet Apple's exacting standards, and instead Samsung and LG will be making the Retina displays. iSuppli has suggested that it's only Samsung providing the panels, but other sources have said that LG is a part of the supply deal too, even though they may not be shipping screens until April.

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