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New LG Music Flow speakers work with Google Cast

New LG Music Flow speakers work with Google Cast

LG is introducing seven new members to its Music Flow family of speakers. What makes these seven noteworthy, aside from being new, is that they are the first of their kin to support the Google Cast streaming technology. This means that users will be able to "cast" their music easily and effortlessly, not just from their Android smartphones and tablets, but also from iOS and Chrome OS devices. With the new Music Flow line, audiophiles will be able to enjoy the benefits of quality wireless audio, on top of LG's own special features.

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Apple vs Android: winning in hardware, winning in software

Apple vs Android: winning in hardware, winning in software

While Apple wins in Hardware in the United States, Android wins in software. So says the most recent report on smart device usage in the United States. This week comScore has released their report mobile device usage in the month of February 2015 for the USA. This study showed the three month average starting in December of 2014, ending in February of 2015, and studied smartphone subscribers ages 13 and older. As you can probably guess already, Apple and their 2nd-place opponent Samsung are still neck-and-neck here in 2015 for hardware market share.

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Android Lollipop may be bad for Nexus 5, Nexus 7

Android Lollipop may be bad for Nexus 5, Nexus 7

Just after we saw Apple’s newest iOS update fix a bevy of bugs (and add at least one more), it’s Google’s turn to take some heat for Android. According to posts in Google Product Forums, some Nexus users are seeing their devices lock up, sometimes for no reason at all. This seems to affect both Nexus 7 and Nexus 5 — but not the Nexus 6. There isn’t even one Android update we can point to. All we know is Lollipop might be bricking devices.

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LG drops another G4 puzzle piece: 16MP f/1.8 camera

LG drops another G4 puzzle piece: 16MP f/1.8 camera

Welcome to another round of "What will LG reveal next". We've seen the Korean OEM's display arm out the 5.5-inch QHD panel that will debut on the LG G4 later this month. We've also been given a preview of the UX version 4.0 that will be the user-facing experience of the smartphone. LG also already teased the f/1.8 aperture of the G4's camera, but not it's making things official. It's LG Innotek, LG's component making business, taking the spotlight with its 16 megapixel f/1.8 camera sensor. Of course, for the LG G4.

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LG isn’t just giving away 4,000 LG G4s

LG isn’t just giving away 4,000 LG G4s

The LG G4 "Consumer Experience Campaign" isn't what the headlines suggest. You aren't going to get an LG G4 to love and to hold and to keep forever. It's a testing program. While most news sites suggest that LG is giving out 4,000 smartphones to those "lucky" enough to receive one, they push the bit about a time limit to a paragraph later in the article. Far further down than some readers choose to read, well further than their excitement would carry them, as it were.

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LG giving out 4,000 LG G4’s in massive consumer campaign

LG giving out 4,000 LG G4’s in massive consumer campaign

Even with a huge marketing budget, there is still something to be said for spreading the good news through word of mouth. OnePlus and HTC used that to great effect and now LG seems to be jumping in as well. Kicking its marketing machine into full drive, the Korean OEM has announced that it will be giving out LG G4 smartphones to 4,000 lucky consumers in 15 countries weeks before everyone else. While its not a permanent arrangement, it could effectively drum up the hype around LG's upcoming flagship.

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LG G3 Google Cardboard VR headset Review mini

LG G3 Google Cardboard VR headset Review mini

The first thing I said to myself when I placed the "VR for G3" against my face was "ouch."* This piece of equipment is made of hard plastic, and is the beginning of something much bigger for LG and the Virtual Reality universe. They say so, in fact. "This is just the beginning," they print on a card in the box - "Want to be the first to hear about what's next from LG," they ask, "sign up now" to find out more. Meanwhile we're fairly sure we're a bit early to the game as the URL we're direct to launches a VR for G3 first announcement sort of presentation.

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The LG G4 is coming April 28 (and we’re already intrigued)

The LG G4 is coming April 28 (and we’re already intrigued)

LG's new flagship smartphone, the LG G4, will make its official debut on Tuesday, April 28th the company has confirmed this morning. The event, taking place in New York City, will see LG finally detail its retort not only to the iPhone 6 but Samsung's Galaxy S6 and HTC's One M9. It's shaping up to be a very interesting battle, too, with LG's invite image loading a little extra emphasis on the camera abilities of the phone, not to mention hinting at its choice of materials.

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LG G4 official teaser speaks camera, hints texture

LG G4 official teaser speaks camera, hints texture

Yes, we have yet another piece of the G4 puzzle from LG. Before it was the 5.5-inch QHD screen announced by LG Display. Then it was UX 4.0 that is promised to bring a "human-centered" experience to the smartphone, by incorporating even more smart features alongside conveniences. Now, LG is teasing the G4 directly, but, naturally it isn't spilling all just yet. What it is revealing is the camera, or at least part of it, hinting that you will be able to "see the great".

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LG goofs with 8K iMac claim

LG goofs with 8K iMac claim

LG has potentially dropped itself in a tank-load of hot water, mistakenly putting words in Apple's mouth and claiming an 8K iMac launch has been confirmed for 2015. The goof comes as part of LG's pre-hyping for 8K UHD resolution - a whopping 7,680 x 4,320 - which it expects to succeed 4K resolution over the next few years, though so far only a single panel has been shown off publicly. So far, so good, but LG then goes on to assert that Apple has already committed to an iMac upgrade with an 8K panel sometime this year.

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