It does not provide enough benefit for me to go through the trouble of having to charge my watch everyday. A week is ideal, but I’ll take a couple of days over having to do it every night.

I’m ok with the price, but the hardware still looks very clunky.

The LG Flex actually flexes, but what’s more intriguing is that the body can self heal from light scratches. This innovation!

Sony broke even, everyone else is still losing money and Samsung is closing the gap on Apple.

LG “samsunged" Samsung.

LG’s new flagship G2 is very similar to the Galaxy S4; with top of the line specs, cheap design, and a crap ton of software enhancements. I really like how they implemented multi accounts / guest mode.


With the announcement of their 7-inch stock Android tablet at a very competitive price (starting at $169.99) and a reported sell off of Web OS to LG (for use in smart TVs), HP might be going all in on Android. This doesn’t bode well for Microsoft.

This is not only for smartphones, but all mobile phones!

US carriers are still running a business that is incredibly backwards. Apple is the only company with big enough balls to stand up to them. Samsung is starting to get there.

Apple: ship less, but reap all the rewards.

Google TV is getting OnLive and LG Cinema TVs are integrating Gaikai games.

LG’s TVs are so thin security cameras can’t detect them - this is a brilliant marketing!

Chang Ma, VP of marketing for LG’s mobile-devices unit:

The first LG tablet, which will run on Google Inc.’s Android software, will set itself apart from Apple Inc.’s iPad by focusing on the ability to create content, rather than simply display it […]

Our tablet will be better than the iPad.

Hard to believe that a company that hasn’t done anything innovative in the last four years can put out an iPad killer. I’ll believe it when I see it.