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LG G3 specifications spilled with software

LG G3 specifications spilled with software

We must not be very far from the reveal and release of the LG G3 given the details we’re seeing this month. Alongside specifications for the device itself, we’ve seen image after image of the device in mockup style - one of which you’ll see here - and talk of colors and release schedules.

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LG G3 specs leak: 3GB RAM and 5.5-inch display

LG G3 specs leak: 3GB RAM and 5.5-inch display

The overpopulated Android smartphone market is getting a new entrant in the form of the LG G3. To make sure that the community makes a beeline for the device, LG plays it smart by integrating some interesting features to the phone. The details came to light when an unannounced LG phone with model number LS990 was spotted on the User Agent profile of the Sprint website.

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HP WebOS class action settlement reached

HP WebOS class action settlement reached

The saga of WebOS has been running for years now. Palm was the first to roll out the OS as an attempt to compete with Apple and Google in the smartphone wars. Eventually Palm failed and HP bought the OS and Palm as a whole. That purchase of Palm and WebOS turned out to be very bad for HP with the company losing money in major fashion when its aspirations failed and it too sold off WebOS to another firm.

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LG brings in the more secure Knock Code to G2 and G Flex

LG brings in the more secure Knock Code to G2 and G Flex

Improving its initial double-tap to unlock feature that came in with the G2, LG has announced a new, and more secure interface for accessing LG Smartphones: the Knock Code. Models like the G Pro 2, G2 mini, F Series and L Series will come with this new feature, and the older versions will get replaced via a firmware update starting in April.

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LG G Watch gets clearer for Android Wear launch

LG G Watch gets clearer for Android Wear launch

LG has revealed a second image of the LG G Watch, the company's first Android Wear smartwatch, and giving a clearer view of the upcoming wearable. The Korean company is one of several - also including Samsung, HTC, ASUS, and Motorola - to pledge support for Android Wear, Google's attempt to fettle Android for the wrist, and one of only two companies to show off their upcoming hardware, though the first glimpse LG gave was relatively clandestine.

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