• 5 top trends for your kitchen in 2018

    5 top trends for your kitchen in 2018

    The Daily Courier (Online) published an article highlighting the top five kitchen trends of the year after attending KBIS 2018.

    The trend of ‘Smarter Kitchens’ stated, “Smart home leaders like LG have also teamed with food and recipe services such as Innit and SideChef to better assist home chefs with planning, shopping, preparing and cooking delicious meals.” The trend of ‘Matte Black Finishes’ also includes a hyperlink to the LG website.

    The Daily Courier (Online)

    February 8, 2018


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  • Robotic Vacuum a Hit at Olympics Before Competition Begins

    Global News (Online) featured a brief article highlighting some of the robots that are helping to keep venues clean at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.

    The article highlights a photo of LG’s cleaning robot stating, “LG Electronics’ cleaning robot moves to clean the floor at the Incheon International Airport in Incheon, South Korea… Organizers say it’s one of twenty robots that will play a part in the games, which kick off Friday.”

    Global News (Online)

    February 7, 2018

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  • The Connected Kitchen

    Canadian House and Home (Print) tech journalist Christine Persaud featured an article highlighting some of the latest kitchen technology that was revealed at CES 2018. She highlights the trend of the connected kitchen explaining how certain brands have integrated smart home technology into appliances like the refrigerator.

    In her top picks for smart fridges, Christine states, “Knock twice on the tinted LG InstaView Door-in-Door glass panels for a quick view of what’s inside, or grab snacks from the door-in-door area without opening the fridge.”

    Canadian House and Home (Print)

    February 5, 2018

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  • Customer Service Robot Lines

    Customer Service Robot Lines

    Trendhunter (Online) featured an article discussing LG’s lineup of customer service robots that are aimed at simplifying consumer experiences in hotels, airports and grocery stores. The article explains that LG’s CLOi robots were created to make these experiences as seamless as possible.

    It states, “This line of helpful bots arrive in three variations, each one uniquely designed to support a different industry. The serving robot was designed for airports and hotel restaurants as it comes equipped with a food-ordering touchscreen and a tray to deliver meals. The Porter robot can carry luggage to a guests room, while the Shopping Cart Robot can assist consumers in grocery stores.”

    Trendhunter (Online) 

    January 17, 2018

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  • 10 products from CES 2018 I would buy today

    Smart appliances were big once again at the 2018 CES,

    USA Today (Online) tech journalist Marc Saltzman featured an article highlighting some of the trending products at CES 2018 that he would recommend buying for the home after completing his CES booth tour with LG-One Canada. When discussing new kitchen appliances, Marc highlights LG’s InstaView ThinQ refrigerator that allows users to simply knock twice to reveal the contents within.

    Marc states, “LG is no stranger to smart appliances, and CES 2018 showcased a few of them – including stovetops, dishwashers, washers and dryers – but it was the new InstaView ThinQ refrigerator that caught my eye… You can draw notes to the family on the screen, place virtual stickers, pull up recipes, and be notified of expiration dates on food. Or you can talk to it using Amazon Alexa. There’s also a wide-angle camera on the inside of the fridge that will let you remotely view your fridge to see if you’re out of milk or eggs.”

    USA Today (Online) 

    January 13, 2018


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