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LG Nexus 5 (2015) photos leak showing rear fingerprint scanner

LG Nexus 5 (2015) photos leak showing rear fingerprint scanner

The next Nexus smartphone has been leaked again with some new images hitting the web showing the device from a couple different angles. One of the images shows the device's backside and it looks exactly like the image that leaked back in August showing a circular fingerprint scanner on the back. The new leaked image also shows a slightly raised camera lens and dual LED flash.

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Pre-orders for LG, Huawei Nexus tipped to start 13 October

Pre-orders for LG, Huawei Nexus tipped to start 13 October

Google still hasn't actually announced a late September event that will herald the coming of two new Nexus smartphones, but if you're well rooted in the Android world, it's hard not to get even just a wee bit interested in the two. Now word on the Internet street is that the two smartphones, to be made by LG and Huawei, will start their pre-order phase on October 13. Whether that is actually the shipping date remains to be seen, but at least we now have a second date to look forward to.

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The 23-karat Watch Urbane Luxe is so fancy, even LG only has one

The 23-karat Watch Urbane Luxe is so fancy, even LG only has one

Rarity means value, and LG isn't taking any chances with the Watch Urbane Luxe, its 23-karat gold plated smartwatch. Turns out, even though it's LG's guts inside the glittering case, exclusive vendor Reeds Jewelers was only willing to part with a single example of the $1,200 wearable to bring to IFA 2015.

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Hands-on with LG’s Rolly, a keyboard you unfurl

Hands-on with LG’s Rolly, a keyboard you unfurl

It takes a lot to generate excitement about a keyboard, but somehow the LG Rolly seemed to manage it. Splitting each row of keys into a different spline, and then allowing each to roll around a central battery section, the portable keyboard is intended to be your tablet's best friend without taking up too much space in your bag.

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LG 2015 Nexus 5 will use Snapdragon 808, says latest tip

LG 2015 Nexus 5 will use Snapdragon 808, says latest tip

As expected, until we see the actual device, or at least until all voices start singing in unison, leaks about upcoming devices will always fluctuate from one detail to the next. The latest victim? Why, it's none other than LG's second Nexus 5 smartphone. You know, the Nexus that isn't made by Huawei. According to the latest "reliable source", the device will bear a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 instead of an 820 or, worse, an 810, which might be for the best considering the present mobile processor landscape.

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LG updates older smart TVs with webOS 2.0 features for free

LG updates older smart TVs with webOS 2.0 features for free

After being stung by the stillborn Google TV promise a few years back, LG decided to go with its own platform instead. Acquiring webOS from HP, which the latter acquired from Palm, LG has put webOS on most if not all of its smart TVs and at least one smartwatch. Continuing its show of support and dedication to its exclusive platform, LG is rolling out a free upgrade to its older webOS 1.0 smart TVs, bringing in some of the features of webOS 2.0 to the screen.

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LG G Pad X 10.1 released to AT&T with 4G LTE

LG G Pad X 10.1 released to AT&T with 4G LTE

AT&T will be releasing the LG G Pad X 10.1 with 4G LTE data speed to their network on the 4th of September - this Friday. This device works with relatively modest specs, including a 10.1-inch full HD display (that's 1080p), and 32GB of internal storage. The big promotion point for AT&T and LG on this device is its inclusion of the DirecTV app on the device right out of the box - though, technically, you could just download the app from the Google Play app store on the tablet you already own, really.

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LG’s SmartThinQ sensor can make any regular appliance chatty

LG’s SmartThinQ sensor can make any regular appliance chatty

LG seems to have a thing about appliances that like to talk to their owners. While this latest products aren't exactly the LINE-powered smart appliances that LG has been showing off the past two years, they definitely still have the ability to have at least a one-way conversation with you. In addition to its new Smart Lightwave Oven and Smart Air Conditioner, LG is also revealing the SmartThinQ Sensor that you can attach to almost any old, conventional appliance to make them just a little bit smarter to some extent.

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LG Watch Urbane Luxe flaunts gold to make it more timely

LG Watch Urbane Luxe flaunts gold to make it more timely

We haven't heard much about LG's plans for a new smartwatch, and probably that's because it doesn't have one. At least, not in the way that Samsung, Motorola, and ASUS are expected to show in a few days at IFA 2015. What it has instead is an LG Watch Urbane Luxe, which is, for all intents and purposes, the LG Watch Urbane. Except, as the name might already hint, it is one that is earmarked for luxury, both in design and in price.

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LG Rolly Keyboard rolls into a stick to fit in your bag

LG Rolly Keyboard rolls into a stick to fit in your bag

There are literally dozens of keyboard accessories out there for tablets and even smartphones, but most of them fall into two categories. Either they present a comfortable full-sized keyboard but are uncomfortably bulky, or they are incredibly petite but inevitably result in tangled or cramped fingers. Since our mobile devices these days are just as useful for work as they are for play, LG has tried to design the Rolly Keyboard that fits both types. Its solution? Have the keyboard roll into a rather fat stick.

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LG has four more 4K OLED TVs to display at IFA 2015

LG has four more 4K OLED TVs to display at IFA 2015

Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again yet expecting different results. That definition might seem appropriate with LG's strategy of inundating the consumer market with model after model of 4K UHD smart TVs. But since it's almost time for IFA 2015, the manufacturer could be excused for trying to push harder a segment that is worryingly stagnating. Introducing the two EF9500s, ED9200, and the curved EG9100, LG's latest hurrah for the Smart TV segment, on top of the 9 others it already launched this year.

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LG G Pad II 10.1 revealed, no word on 8.0 sibling

LG G Pad II 10.1 revealed, no word on 8.0 sibling

LG does have a tablet in store for IFA 2015 next week, but it's not the G Pad II 8.0 that suddenly popped up in South Korea. It is, however, also a G Pad II, LG's next generation tablet family. The LG G Pad II 10.1 is, as the name suggests, larger and, to some degree, also better, though it might be a tad disappointing for those looking for a more premium tablet champion from the Korean manufacturer, perhaps an indicator of the growing unrest in the tablet market.

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