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  • LG G4 review: one of the best phablets available, boasting an impressive camera

    LG’s latest flagship mobile phone is designed to meet the high expectations that no-compromise, power users of Android phones have been craving. Fortunately, it manages to meet most of those demands. The successor to one of the best phablets (phone-tablet) of last year, the G3, the G4 boasts a removable back, expandable storage and replaceable battery – the last remaining mainstream Android smartphone manufacturer to do so.

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  • LG Studio and Nate Berkus Team up to 'Re-Imagine' Your Kitchen at Dwell on Design 2015

    LG Electronics USA and renowned designer Nate Berkus will help consumers 're-imagine' their kitchen at Dwell on Design 2015, where LG will unveil new products from its LG Studio line of premium kitchen appliances. The show's newly minted Re-Imagination Pavilion will feature stunning appliances from LG Studio, for which Berkus serves as Artistic Advisor. LG is Premier Sponsor of the 10th annual design event, May 29 ? 31 in Los Angeles.

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  • For a really big mess, the LG WM8000HVA will do the trick.

    The LG WM8000HVA, at 5.1 cubic feet, is the biggest non-commercial washing machine on the market. After unpacking this thing, we knew how King Arthur felt when he beheld the Giant of Mont Saint-Michel. Its size, however, belied its thrift: We estimated its yearly operating cost to be less than the majority of washers we've tested. It even did pretty well when it came to cleaning performance, though it didn't quite rampage through the hedges like some of its more effective competitors. If you can afford its $1,499 MSRP and need capacity—and it looks like many Americans do—this is a solid machine. We recommend it.

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  • LG shows off super-thin OLED screen that sticks to your wall with magnets

    Today’s average 55-inch TVs are impressively thin, especially considering how much TV technology has changed over the last 10 years. But nothing holds a candle to LG Display’s latest prototype – an extremely thin OLED display that sticks to your wall with a magnetic mat. The screen measures 55 inches diagonally and weighs 4.2 pounds, but it’s less than a millimetre thick. To be exact, it’s 0.97 millimetres (or 0.04 inches) thin. The display, which was unveiled during a media event in Korea earlier this week, has already been nicknamed the “wallpaper” TV.

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  • LG Debuts Paper-Thin OLED Television

    Hanging a large-screen TV on the wall will not be a back-breaking job in the future, thanks to LG. The South Korean tech firm this week debuted an ultra-thin, ultra-light OLED display prototype that can be stuck to the wall with a magnetic mat. The TV is 55 inches diagonally, weighs in at 4.2 pounds and is a slender 0.04 inches thick.

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