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Virtoo by LG brings Dell Mobile Connect to LG laptops

Virtoo by LG brings Dell Mobile Connect to LG laptops

Microsoft introduced the Your Phone Windows app as a way to bridge PCs and mobile but the best features that it offers are currently exclusive to Samsung's phones. There are more phones in the market than Samsung's, of course, leaving many other phone brands out of the party. LG has apparently decided to take matters into its own hands and has silently released a slightly similar software though, in reality, it is pretty much a rebranded Dell Mobile Connect.

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LG Velvet finally receives Android 11 LG UX 10 update

LG Velvet finally receives Android 11 LG UX 10 update

LG has been making rounds in mobile news lately but not in a good way. Rumors about the almost inevitable shutdown of its mobile business are becoming stronger even as it tries to pique interest in its less traditional smartphones, like the promised LG Rollable phone. In the meantime, there are still concerns about the company's ability to even continue supporting its current lineup. At least one of those worries might now be over as LG starts rolling out Android 11 to its nominal 2020 flagship.

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LG Rollable phone might not happen after all

LG Rollable phone might not happen after all

Although LG tried to start the year with a big bang, it seems that some of its boasts may have been a bit premature. After teasing what could be the world's first rollable phone, the company was suddenly rumored to be shutting down or selling off its ailing mobile business. As the rumors continue to pile up about LG's exit from the smartphone market, the fate of the LG Rollable now also hangs in the balance.

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LG confirms it may abandon smartphones

LG confirms it may abandon smartphones

LG may exit the smartphone business, abandoning its fledgling rollable smartphone roadmap and recent oddball form-factors amid rising competition in the mobile space. Though still one of the better-known names in the cellphone space, the past few years have been a struggle for LG nonetheless, with the company racking up around $4.5 billion in losses for the division over the last five years.

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LG smartphones aren’t going away yet

LG smartphones aren’t going away yet

Although it didn't exactly have a new phone to announce at CES 2021 a few days ago, LG did show off something that it promised would be coming soon. Confirming months or even years of rumors and speculations, LG officially revealed it has been working on a rollable phone and, better yet, it will be coming to markets this year. That makes it strange, then, that it would suddenly tell its employees that its smartphone business would be shutting down but, at least officially, that won't be the case.

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LG CineBeam HU810P 4K laser projector brings the theater experience home

LG CineBeam HU810P 4K laser projector brings the theater experience home

LG has introduced a new high-end projector for home theater enthusiasts: the new 4K CineBeam HU810P. This laser projector is designed, according to LG, to provide 'an authentic movie theater experience' at home, a particularly welcomed effort in light of the continued theater closures in many places. Among other things, the projector can adapt to the ambient lighting in the room.

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LG rollable phone report says it doesn’t use LG display

LG rollable phone report says it doesn’t use LG display

This week we caught our first glimpse of what LG described as the world's first rollable smartphone. This device was first shown at CES 2021, the consumer electronics show, the first "all digital" version of the show thanks to the pandemic through which we're still living. Today it's been reported that this LG-made smartphone with rollable display won't have a display made by LG.

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LG’s 2021 OLED TVs boost brightness and make a play for gamers

LG’s 2021 OLED TVs boost brightness and make a play for gamers

LG today announced a new lineup of OLED TVs for 2021, and if you've run into problems with OLED brightness in the past, these new displays could be worth a look. In the new G1 series at least, LG says that it's shipping a new type of panel called OLED evo, which it describes as "the next step in the evolution of OLED TV technology." Essentially, it seems that OLED evo cranks up the brightness on these OLED panels, which in the past has been a problem area for them.

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LG Rollable phone teased – and we already want it

LG Rollable phone teased – and we already want it

LG has teased its first rollable smartphone, giving a brief glimpse of the new form-factor during the company's big CES 2021 keynote today. While the phone-maker has been flirting with some more unusual designs for devices in response to handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, it's also been working on an even more eye-catching design.

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LG Rollable phone specs revealed in sketch leak

LG Rollable phone specs revealed in sketch leak

While Samsung is pretty busy with foldable phones, LG seems to be more focused on rollable ones of all sizes. It is already showing off its display innovations at CES 2021 this week but it's also expected to reveal what may be the market's first commercially available rollable phone. Unlike OPPO's X 2021 concept, details about this LG "Project B" rollable phone are still slim but one leak from a South Korean web forum points to some information about the device's display.

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LG WebOS 6.0 powers new Magic Remote’s magical features

LG WebOS 6.0 powers new Magic Remote’s magical features

It's hard to point out a clear winner in the smart TV platform wars. While Android TV has the benefit of a familiar brand and the support of the likes of Sony and Vizio, other major TV makers have gone their own, separate ways. Samsung has its Tizen-based OS and LG has opted to invest in WebOS, which traces its origins back to the venerable Palm. Now at version 6.0, WebOS has definitely taken a life of its own, one that is specific, and to some extent limited, to providing a convenient and easy TV viewing experience.

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LG shows off the world’s first Eyesafe certified TV display

LG shows off the world’s first Eyesafe certified TV display

LG Display is one of the largest makers of displays for various uses in the world. Eyesafe is a company calling itself a leader in low blue light solutions for consumer electronics. LG and Eyesafe have announced the world's first Eyesafe Certified television display will be unveiled at CES 2021. The display will be used in a 65-inch OLED television.

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