From Xbox Orange Box and HP's mobile Workspace, to Outlook's broader Focus, what's Nxt after Note7, and the end of the road for the Apple car, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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Samsung is desperate to avoid mistakes with the upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship and is willing to do quite a lot to ensure the device is a success, even going as far as turning to its rival for help.
LG is set to offer a new handset, the V34 that looks to be water resistant and offer top specifications. Unfortunately, the handset will be released by Au, which is a mobile service provider in Japan.
LG's G3 was the first non-Nexus device to get Android 5.0 Lollipop, and the G4 was first to get 6.0 Marshmallow. It looks like the G5 will be among the first to get 7.0 Nougat too in the coming weeks.
AT&T announced today that the carrier will begin pre-orders for LG's V20 on October 7, but the device will cost a whopping $830. The V20 is slated to be the first device to launch with Android Nougat.
T-Mobile has announced a release date for LG's V20. The carrier will offer the handset on October 28 and will also be giving away a set of Bang & Olufsen headphones valued at $149.
LG has announced today that it's partnering with Paymentwall, to bring "streamlined" payments to its line of smart TVs. The service is now available in 200 countries around the world.
LG has announced that sales of its new V20 handset - which features a distinctive secondary display above the main screen - will begin this week, making it the first Android 7.0 device to go on sale.
Although LG did not have a price or release date available at its V20 event in SF earlier in the month, it looks like the handset could arrive toward the end of the October for those in the US.
LG unveiled the V20 - the first device to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat onboard - last week, but the company won't officially be making the distinctive dual-display handset available in the UK.
LG today announced what is to be the first phone to launch with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, the V20. The device uses 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC, which the firm promises will deliver quality audio.
The Aalborgs University in Denmark conducted a study, finding out which smartphones perform best on a weak signal. It concluded that Microsoft's Lumia 640 blasts other phones in signal performance.
Best Buy is currently offering a bundle of the 500 GB Xbox One S console and a 55-inch LG 4K television on its website. The deal is available for interested parties until September 10th.
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LG's new Smart Instaview Refrigerator has a translucent 29-inch touchscreen - so you can see what's inside your fridge without opening the door - and runs Windows 10 with Cortana voice support.
LG has announced the upcoming launch of two new 21:9 ultra-wide monitors, including a monster 38-inch model aimed at content creators, and a smaller 34-inch 144Hz model for gamers.
A new leaked image reveals more of LG's upcoming handset, the V20. Although the image doesn't reveal anything new, it will be interesting to see if the V20 will offer more from its secondary display.
Canadian carrier Telus - which accurately predicted the release date of Android 6.0 Marshmallow last year - has published details saying that Android 7.0 Nougat will begin rolling out on August 22.
The LG G3 was first to get Lollipop, and the G4 was the first non-Nexus device to get Marshmallow. LG is now preparing for its Nougat upgrade with a (very!) limited beta program for its G5 flagship.
Audiophiles might be getting a mobile phone specially crafted for them with the LG V20, as the company will be using Quad DAC on the media-oriented phone. The LG V20 will also sport Android 7 Nougat.
With a little less than a month to go, the first renders of LG's V20 have been posted online. If true, the V20 looks to borrow some of its elements from LG's other flagship, the G5.
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LG says that it will officially unveil the V20 - its new high-end handset with a dual-display configuration - on September 6. It will apparently be the very first device to ship with Android 7.0.
LG will launch a new high-end handset in September, one of the first to come with Android 7.0 Nougat on board. A successor to the V10, LG says the V20 will "set new standards" among premium phones.
LG Display announced it would invest a massive amount of money into a new flexible OLED display production line. This comes as Samsung is expected to unveil a new device with a flexible display.
IDC says global smartwatch shipments fell by almost a third year-over-year, thanks to a massive 55% drop in Apple Watch shipments - but Apple remains the largest smartwatch vendor by a large margin.
LG has released a new "Friend", but this one doesn't utilize the modular slot on the G5. Much like the 360 Camera, the Action CAM packs a lot of power and even offers built-in LTE for livestreaming.
Google's Nexus 5X is again available in the UK for just £169 SIM-free - but you can actually pick up an unlocked 5X for even less; just £149.99 when purchased with a new £10 EE pay-as-you-go SIM card.
While the Google Store continues to sell the Nexus 5X from £299 SIM-free, it's available elsewhere now for just £169 for the 16GB model, or £229 for the 32GB version, in black, white or ice blue.
If you've been thinking of buying a Nexus 5X, now might be a good time to do so. The 16GB model is currently on sale for just $229.95 - down from $349 - but the offer won't be available for long.
LG has unveiled four new handsets that will each specialize in a specific feature. The X power, mach, style and max will be available in many different regions, but LG has not offered pricing.
AT&T announced today that it will be bringing Wi-Fi calling to select Android devices from the carrier, starting with the LG G4. It didn't make any formal announcements about any other devices.
The 'Hi-Fi Plus' accessory module for LG's G5 is not listed on the US site, and for good reason. It looks like the module could be region locked, not supporting G5's from US carriers.
The LG G5's unique design is due in part to its ability to be able to accept modular accessories. We get our first look at the Cam Plus, LG's camera grip with extended battery.
LG today announced the Stylus 2 Plus, taking the Stylus 2 series to a new level. The device now offers an octa-core processor, and other specs that vary by region. It will be available in a few weeks.
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The LG G5's 'Friends' - the company's range of accessories for the modular device - have finally gone on sale in the US, a month later than planned... but not all of the Friends have shown up yet.
LG redesigned its handset from the ground up, even going as far to offer something unique in the market - modular design. But does this feature compromise the G5, making it a weaker contender?
LG has unveiled a new buttonless fingerprinter reader that can be embedded on the underside of the display. This could dramatically alter how devices are designed and improve functionality.
Almost seven months after Google released Marshmallow, AT&T and T-Mobile are finally updating the LG G3 - but only to Android 6.0, rather than 6.0.1, and without the newest security patches.
Marshmallow started its international rollout for the LG V10 last month, and has since made its way to the device on Verizon and T-Mobile in the US - and now the wait is over for those on AT&T too.
The rumored G5 SE is real, and it seems its dimensions may well be identical to the 'standard' LG G5 flagship that went on sale this month - but that raises new questions about the unannounced device.
The Android Marshmallow update has only penetrated 4.6% of Android handsets, but it looks like T-Mobile's LG V10 might finally receive Google's Marshmallow update as early as next week.
The LG G5 was deconstructed this weekend and was found to have a "plastic" outer shell. Although LG has clarified the material in a press response, is the use of "metal body" deceptive?
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Pricing information has been revealed in the UK for many of the 'LG Friends' accessories designed for use with the company's new G5 flagship, including the Cam Plus module, and the 360 VR headset.
With the first country set to begin switching off FM radio transmissions in January, LG has unveiled the first smartphone to support DAB+ digital radio: the Stylus 2, running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Project Fi is now available to the public, so we're going to review the service. To do that, we had to grab a Nexus 5X. Here's our unboxing and first impressions of the Nexus 5X and Project Fi SIM.
On March 18, Best Buy will begin accepting preorders for LG's new G5 flagship. Release dates are still unknown, as those will most likely vary by carriers that will supply the device.
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