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  • CES 2017 sheds light on the future of the smart home

     

    New in Homes (Online) featured an article highlighting some of the trends in smart homes that were showcased at CES 2017. The article highlights LG’s OLED TV for its showstopping display and incredibly thin design.

    The article states, “One of the standouts of the conference was LG's 4K OLED TV. The flat screen has been given the moniker ‘the W’, as an homage to its wallpaper-thin physique. With its latest showstopper, LG is hoping to transform the TV watching experience, making it similar to gazing out a window or admiring a framed picture. On top of all of this, LG’s OLED can be mounted magnetically, taking the struggle and stress out of the installation process so that you can start enjoying your favourite shows almost instantly.”

    New in Homes (Online) 

    Posted January 10, 2017

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  • LG 55UH85 Super UHD 4K review: Chic TV with HDR support is a good choice for future-looking console gamers

     

    The Financial Post (Online) posted a review about the LG Super UHD TV. Tech writer Chad Sapieha highlights the new TV that he was given to try out from LG and how chic and modern it is. He highlights aesthetic features as well as digital features and the details in the picture quality.

    Chad Sapieha stated, "I can verify, though, that the LG 55UH85 is a very good TV for gaming, equipped with all the technologies expected to factor significantly in the near future as the current generation of consoles evolve. Keep it in mind if your budget allows for something more than a basic 4K display."

    The Financial Post

    Posted August 25, 2016

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  • LG V20 // My Experience

     

    Darsh Khithani (Online) featured a detailed review of the LG V20 on his YouTube channel. In the video, Darsh highlights the dual screen technology as one of the best features of the phone.

    Darsh states,  “The highlight feature for this phone is the second display. The second display is always on and offers some quick toggles, quick contacts or even some entertainment settings just for whenever you’re on the go. It’s a really unique feature to see on this phone and probably one of the most noticeable things when looking at the phone itself. This probably makes it the phone that is the most unique in the US market.”

    Darsh Khithani (Online)

    Posted January 29, 2017

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  • LG : Un service après-vente décevant

    CBC Radio Canada - La Facture (Broadcast) Journalists François Sanche and Marie-Claude Pednault share the stories of Mathieu Tanguay and Serge Lemay. Tanguay had an issue with his LG fridge light switch. He attempts to replace the part which is inexpensive in the U.S. The part was unavailable in Canada or many times the price. Lemay’s six-year-old washer had a broken pump and claims that after repeat attempts to schedule a repair, he was told no LG representatives could come to his home in Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent.

    In the segment, Marie-Claude states, “We contacted LG Canada, who explained that measures are in place if the service does not appear to be available in a particular area.” The company adds that, "Unfortunately, in the case of Mr. Lemay, we made a mistake and that these measures were not followed.”

    October 5, 2017

    CBC Radio Canada - La Facture (Broadcast)

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  • Industry News: Samsung Is Helping Preemie Babies by Making Incubators Feel More Like the Womb

     

    According to Adweek.com, Samsung did a campaign about nurturing premature babies. The campaign, titled "Voices of Life" features an app that lets a mom record her heartbeat and other soothing sounds. "A special speaker in her baby's hospital incubator plays back audio, which Samsung's technology has muffled to better emulate the in-utero environment... The simpler tech used here increases the message's charm, even if it builds on misfortune to increase brand value. But it it's really able to help the innocents and parents in question, at scale, by becoming widely available, then more power to it."

    Adweek.com

    Published May 4, 2016

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