Lg | iMore


LG G6: The camera wars go wide

LG ditches last year's modular gimmicks for this year's solid features and a camera that goes wiiiiiiide.

More →

The LG UltraFine 5K Display is now available for purchase!

The LG UltraFine 5K Display is finally available for purchase. You can order online or pick it up in stores — it'll run you $974, but that discounted price now lasts until March 31, 2017.

More →

LG's 29-inch UltraWide monitor just hit its lowest price, but only for a limited time!

If you're in the market for a monitor upgrade, you won't want to miss out on this amazing deal on LG's 29-inch UltraWide. Right now you can grab one for just $199, which is a savings of $300.

More →

ADT teams up with LG and Nest for secure home automation products due later this year

ADT announced today that it will team up with LG and Nest to launch new home automation products later this year.

Home security company ADT is teaming up with LG and Nest to launch new home automation products later this year, including an all-in-one "Smart Security" product from LG, and integration with ADT's Pulse platform with Nest products.

More →

LG announces new curved 34-inch Thunderbolt-compatible monitor and more

LG Electronics has announced that it will introduce a new line of "UltraWide" 21:9 monitors next week at CES 2015 . This includes a curved, Mac-compatible 34-inch IPS monitor. It connects using Thunderbolt 2, making it compatible with the latest version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display, the Mac Pro, and the new 5K iMac. LG is marketing this model to creative professionals like photographers, video editors, and graphic designers.

More →

LG announces new Thunderbolt-compatible 4K display

LG has announced the new, 31-inch, 31MU97 4K display, and the good news for Mac users is that it's Thunderbolt-ready. Priced at $2,499, the display is just as expensive as the starting price of the newly announced iMac with 5K Retina display.

More →

LG announces world's first curved 21:9 Thunderbolt monitor ahead of IFA

LG has pre-announced a fantastic looking new monitor ahead of IFA that'll work great with a Mac. It's also what's claimed to be a world's first, adding a curved display to the 21:9 ultra wide format. The actual display is a curved 34-inch IPS panel with Quad HD 3440 x 1440 resolution and connections that include the Mac supported Thunderbolt 2.

More →

LG's Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones going on sale this month

Announced back at CES 2014, the LG Lifeband Touch fitness band and LG Heart Rate Earphones are due to go on sale this month. The Lifeband Touch, with its curved OLED display and motion-tracking sensors is due to hit shelves on May 18th, as are the heart-rate-tracking Bluetooth-connected Heart Rate Earphones (such an inspired name there).

More →

Q1 2014 smartphone market share report shows strong performance for Apple

While increasing market saturation and fierce competition in the smartphone space may be a concern, the latest market share stats from IDC show no evidence of both Apple and Samsung slowing down. Numbers published for the first quarter of the year show Apple closing the gap between itself and the rather dominant Samsung.

More →

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.

More →