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LG rollable OLED TV at CES 2020 drops in from the ceiling

LG rollable OLED TV at CES 2020 drops in from the ceiling

LG has a new 65-inch rollable OLED UHD TV to show for CES 2020, very similar to what they last showed in the USA at CES 2019. Per LG, this new television concept "can be installed naturally as part of the space and can only be used down when needed." This might remind you of a classroom from your childhood, where a projector screen would be pulled (manually or automatically) from an overhead roll. Now that roll can be the television itself - not just a white panel of material for reflecting projected light.

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LG UltraFine 27″ 5K and 24″ 4K Monitors are also made for iPad Pros

LG UltraFine 27″ 5K and 24″ 4K Monitors are also made for iPad Pros

Monitors are often used primarily for desktop and sometimes for laptops. But with the introduction of a USB-C port on the iPad Pros, all of Apple's computing devices save for the iPhones are now directly capable of putting their outputs on an external display. That's why LG is now putting out new UltraFine Displays that are of course usable on any other computer but are advertised specifically for Macs and iPads.

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LG OLED Falls is the mesmerizing CES 2019 display the tech was born for

LG OLED Falls is the mesmerizing CES 2019 display the tech was born for

LG may have a rollable OLED TV to release this year, but it risked overshadowing its own flagship with its incredible LG OLED Falls installation at CES 2019 this week. The latest in a line of Consumer Electronics Show demoes of the company's display prowess, it comes after the LG OLED Tunnel in 2017 and the LG OLED Canyon in 2018.

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Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

This week the folks at Google and LG Display seem to have revealed their hand for the Pixel 3. Or at least the Pixel 3 XL, if not both the XL and the standard device, that is to say. According to a report from Digital Daily News reporter Shihwan Lee in South Korea, Google's next batch of displays for their next collection of phones is coming from LG Display, and it's already ordered.

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LG’s 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor demands good eyes

LG’s 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor demands good eyes

It probably comes as no surprise that LG's 34-inch 5K UltraWide monitor is a joy for the eyes; just make sure you have an up-to-date prescription for your glasses. Announced last month, the pixel-dense display again made us question why Apple is leaving other companies to make the accessories we really think it should be responsible for, but having set eyes on the 34-incher at CES 2018 today we can't really complain about whose logo is on there.

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LG Display unveils 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV

LG Display unveils 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV

It was only a few years ago that LG Display wowed us with an 18-inch OLED screen that could bend and be rolled up like paper. Now the company is back at CES 2018 this year with an even more impressive version: a 65-inch OLED TV with the same rollable function and a 4K resolution.

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Third model Pixel 2 appears amid XL LG display troubles

Third model Pixel 2 appears amid XL LG display troubles

It would seem fitting that this week another HTC-made Pixel 2 XL device would be found. This, a week in which the LG-made Google Pixel 2 XL (already out in the wild - see link below) is the subject of display-based controversy. This, a week in which the HTC-made Pixel 2 has had few to no negative reports - just the opposite - the smaller device has everything the larger one does, with a smaller display whose colors and viewing angles are all on-point.

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LG V30 images released in leaks, front and back

LG V30 images released in leaks, front and back

The most definitive look at the LG V30 seen thus far comes from a series of videos posted this week to HitRecord. This is a collaborative video site promoted by celebrity Joeseph Gordon Levitt - though that might have little to do with the phone itself. The devices we see today are pretty much leaking the entirety of the phone itself - or at least its looks, both front and back.

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LG’s new OLED display is transparent, flexible, and gigantic

LG’s new OLED display is transparent, flexible, and gigantic

Most of the time, discussion about display technologies will be limited mostly to their consumer applications. Every once in a while, though, a company will create a new display that isn't meant to be sold, but rather was created as a way of pushing display technology forward. LG Display is doing precisely that today, showing off a new massive, flexible OLED display.

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LG’s UltraFine 5K displays for Mac are getting a fix for router glitch

LG’s UltraFine 5K displays for Mac are getting a fix for router glitch

Last year, LG teamed with Apple and introduced its new UltraFine 5K monitor, which was meant to replace the outgoing Thunderbolt displays. It was encouraging to see LG stepping in to fill a gap, but then a few days back a strange problem reared its ugly head: the monitors stopped functioning correctly when they were placed too close to a router.

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LG G6 will have an odd 18:9 5.7-inch screen

LG G6 will have an odd 18:9 5.7-inch screen

Gone are the days when screen aspect ratios were simple. Though there’s really no one ratio to rule them all, you could expect screens to fall under either 16:10, 16:9, or the square-ish 4:3. Nowadays, you have resolutions like 3:2 or the ridiculously wide 21:9, which can be found on some new monitors. LG, who makes some of those monitors, is once again pushing the envelope with a new 18:9 screen for smartphones from LG Display. And in case you missed it, that might very well be the LG G6’s screen.

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Apple’s 5K display of choice starts shipping as USB-C discount extended

Apple’s 5K display of choice starts shipping as USB-C discount extended

Apple has begun sales of LG's 5K Thunderbolt 3 display, at the same time extending its promotional discount on USB Type-C accessories for several months. The LG UltraFine 5K Display was announced alongside the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar earlier this year as one of the few monitors to support Thunderbolt 3 natively. However, while it appeared - alongside its 4K sibling - on Apple's online store, it was not actually shipping.

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