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LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet and K10 phone hits AT&T this Friday

LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet and K10 phone hits AT&T this Friday

This upcoming Friday, AT&T will offer two new devices: the LG K10 smartphone and the LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet. The K10 smartphone will be offered under the AT&T Next (monthly device payment) program, while the tablet will be made available with a two-year contract option. Both devices fall into the budget tier, offering a couple new Android options for those who don't want to spend too much.

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LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

A new smartphone has landed on the metroPCS network for fans of pre-paid devices to pick up. The smartphone is called the LG Stylo 2 Plus and its main feature is a big 5.7-inch HD resolution screen using TFT IPS in-cell display tech. One of the important features of that screen is that you can draw or write on it using an integrated stylus.

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In VW and LG’s world your new car talks to your smart home

In VW and LG’s world your new car talks to your smart home

Volkswagen may be steaming ahead with its ambitious electric car plans for 2025, but the German automaker is looking to LG for help with connected vehicles. The two firms have inked an agreement to work together on the Volkswagen Cross-Over Platform, using the cloud to pull together various systems in the car together with the smart home.

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LG X5 finally revealed, along side X skin (style), X power

LG X5 finally revealed, along side X skin (style), X power

Near the end of May, LG was seen trying to trademark an "X5" brand. Shortly afterwards, it officially announced four new X series smartphones, capitalizing on the then newly launched X-Men: Apocalypse film. Still, no X5 in sight. Now a month later, LG is finally confirming that such a smartphone does exist. Alongside an earlier teased X power and X skin (a.k.a. X style), the LG X5 adds yet another member to LG's already confusing array of mid-range smartphones, each trying to sell something special. Or so LG says.

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LG reveals textile pressure sensors that bend and fold

LG reveals textile pressure sensors that bend and fold

While its rival is still obsessing over bendable and foldable mobile devices, LG is working on something somewhat more traditional but still groundbreaking. Its Innotek "cutting edge materials" manufacturing arm has unveiled a new type of textile that can sense pressure across its whole surface. And since its textile, it can be bended and folded in any which way, making it a suitable material for clothing and accessories for use in medical, health, and even automotive industries.

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LG VPInput lets you control your LG flagship from your PC

LG VPInput lets you control your LG flagship from your PC

Anyone who works with a computer daily is probably familiar with the frustration of having to reach out for your smartphone just quickly check or do something. Not only is it inconvenient, it is also unproductive. LG has just announced its solution that fixes. Provided you have an LG G5, G4, or even a V10. Simply called VPInput, the Android app and accompanying PC program allows you not just to view but also control your smartphone right from the comfort of your desktop or laptop.

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LG TVs to bring true black Aurora Borealis to Iceland

LG TVs to bring true black Aurora Borealis to Iceland

This week the folks at LG have revealed a concert that'll take place in Iceland. There the band Of Monsters and Men will be playing a set where, behind them, massive LG displays will be showing captured visions of the Aurora Borealis. Color on black, light shining through the displays just as the Aurora shines through the blackness of the sky. This event will be taking place on the 20th of July in Reykjavik, Iceland.

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LG 32LH520D TV launches in India with mosquito repelling tech inside

LG 32LH520D TV launches in India with mosquito repelling tech inside

LG has launched a new TV set in India that has a feature that you would probably never associate with a TV or a TV maker. The TV is the LG 32LH520D and its big feature isn't more resolution or smart functionality or even screen size. The big feature with this TV set is that it has technology inside that claims to repel mosquitoes.

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LG X power, X mach, X style, and X max unveiled, aim at the masses

LG X power, X mach, X style, and X max unveiled, aim at the masses

LG has pulled the wraps off a new range of X series smartphones and all of the devices are aiming directly at the middle of the smartphone market. The four new devices includes the X power, X mach, X style and X max. The quartet of new devices slips in alongside the existing X cam and X screen smartphones in the series. LG says that all four of the new smartphones will roll out later this month globally.

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LG G5 can connect to LG’s USB-C 4K monitor

LG G5 can connect to LG’s USB-C 4K monitor

Despite being an industry standard, Google engineer Benson Leung, who worked on the Pixel C Android tablet, discovered that adoption was not only slow but also done improperly. To some extent, it's understandable given how new the technology is. So it isn't hard to imagine Leung's contentment when he discovered last month that the LG G5 actually supported the standard's Power Deliver spec. Apparently, the good news doesn't stop there, as he is now reporting that it also supports the new DisplayPort over USB-C spec, which allows it to connect to LG's own 27-inch 4K USB Type-C monitor.

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AT&T Wi-Fi calling on Android continues rally away from cellular

AT&T Wi-Fi calling on Android continues rally away from cellular

The end of cellular phone call service is coming. AT&T's Wi-Fi calling and text messaging is the next step towards that goal. While it may not be the intent of mobile device carriers to move completely away from cellular service, that is indeed the trend. AT&T's latest move is to enable Wi-Fi Calling on "select Android devices" - for now that includes the LG G4 and a variety of iPhone devices only.

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OnePlus 3 Review Part II: Display VS iPhone 6s, Galaxy S7, and more

OnePlus 3 Review Part II: Display VS iPhone 6s, Galaxy S7, and more

We're about to show you what the OnePlus 3's display looks like near the rest of the top smartphones on the market today. This means we're looking at the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the iPhone 6s. It means we're looking at the LG G5 and the HTC 10. It means we're comparing to the Nexus 6P and the Huawei P9, too. We're looking for brightness, color intensity, and - to a lesser extent - we're looking at screen size, too.

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