LG Electronics introduced their curved OLED TV sets in the Consumer Electronics Show last January in Las Vegas. They were prototypes that time but recently, LG made an announcement that the curved OLED TV sets will hit the market and will start deliveries on May. With this, LG will have the bragging rights of being the first curved OLED TV manufacturer to offer the device in the market.
The curved television sets uses the Organic Light-Emitting Diodes or OLED which makes it possible for the screen to become more thinner and flexible that allows curving. According . . . → Read More: LG Electronics Curved OLED TV will hit Market Next Month
LG Electronics, one of the smartphone makers, has ceased its operation of producing Windows Phone Units for now and will focus more on phones running on Android, based on the reports.
Reported by Korea Herald on Monday, the South-Korea based company will back off from producing phones on Windows platform but still have plans to continue the studies and developments on the Microsoft OS, did not indicate though if this is because of the increasing demand on Android based phones or not.
Optimus 7, as well as other handsets are based on Windows Phone 7.
LG has mentioned that phones . . . → Read More: LG Halts Production of Windows Phone to Focus on Android Phones
The New iPad is finally out in the market and just when it kicked-off, there are some hands that just can’t be contented with the softwares and apps, they are more interested with what’s inside – the components.
The “New iPad” utilizes chips manufactured by Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, Broadcom ,as well as other semiconductor manufacturers, based on a company that opened one of the the latest tablet.
The latest iPad started making sales in Australia on Friday, and one of the fans waiting in line was a staff from California gadget repair company iFixit . . . → Read More: New iPad Teardown Exposes Parts from Samsung, Broadcomm, and Qualcomm
The choice of flat-panel TVs for years have been between lcd and plasma. Next year, there will be another option, well for all those willing to shell out big.
LG Electronics states it is preparing to promote a 55-inch set based upon pure OLEDS or light-emitting diodes. The company is set to exhibit it off in the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which will start on Jan. 10.
LG’s Korean rival, Samsung Electronics Co., will likely expose a market-ready OLED TV in the exhibit, as outlined by 3 people who have information . . . → Read More: OLED TV’s will be the Next Option This Year