LG has unveiled a new face mask which includes built-in fans and filters to create what the company is calling a “wearable air purifier”.
LG has become the first major technology company to pull out of forthcoming technology event Mobile World Congress (MWC) over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
A number of 8K resolution televisions and an Alexa-enabled shower head are among the first products to be announced at CES.
Artificial intelligence, 5G and robotics are expected to be among the biggest talking points when the world’s largest technology show – CES – begins in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The Hyundai Kona Electric car has been named Which?’s product of the year for 2019, inching ahead of items ranging from Apple AirPods to a reusable coffee cup.
Smarter TVs and powerful laptops have been among the first new products revealed ahead of Europe’s largest technology trade show.
New smartphones, wearables and smart home gadgets will be unveiled later this week when the IFA technology convention takes place in Berlin.
LG’s new G8 ThinQ can be unlocked by reading the palm of the user, offering a new type of biometric security.
The world’s largest technology trade show begins when the doors of CES open on Tuesday, where thousands of new devices and technologies will be on display to the public for the first time.
LG’s has unveiled a new TV which can be rolled up to store away or viewed at a range of angles.
LG has created a capsule-based home craft beer-making machine that it says can brew a range of beers with the single press of a button.
Smartphone makers are continuously looking for new ways to offer the best camera on the market and it looks like the current trend to achieve that is by increasing the lens count.
The world’s biggest technology firms have been in Berlin this week showing off their latest gadgets to the world.
One of the busiest technology events of the year is in full swing, with Sony and Samsung among the firms unveiling new products at the IFA convention in Berlin.
New smart and wireless speakers were the biggest announcements on the first day of the IFA technology show in Germany.
A wearable robot designed to aid those with mobility issues will be among the new gadgets on show at the IFA technology convention in Berlin later this week.
LG has unveiled a voice-controlled smart wine cellar among its new line-up of appliances that will be showcased later this week at the IFA technology show.
Owners of LG’s most recent televisions will soon be able to ask just about anything using their voice.
LG has unveiled its latest service robot – but unlike the others designed to guide or serve people, the new device is meant to be worn to aid mobility.
Liam Gallagher has invited MMA star Conor McGregor to star in his new music video.
LG has unveiled its new flagship phone, the artificial intelligence-powered G7 ThinQ, which has machine learning capabilities built into the camera to help improve photo-taking.
LG has announced it will reveal its latest phone, the G7ThinQ smartphone, on May 2 in New York and May 3 in Seoul.
Mobile World Congress is open. The gadget trade show has opened its doors to reveal hundreds of new phones and other devices for the first time.
The biggest mobile technology show of the year opens in Barcelona next week, with Samsung, Sony and Nokia among the tech firms due to reveal new devices at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
On a day when the biggest story was a large section of the electronics at CES suddenly turning off, there was still plenty to see.
As homes become smarter, the devices within them need to become more agile – and arguably no gadget at CES this year does that better than LG’s new concept 4K rollable screen.
Intel boss Brian Krzanich has said the company will issue security updates for all its products affected by the Meltdown and Spectre flaws by the end of the month.
LG has laid out plans to create entirely autonomous homes using artificial intelligence and service robots.
Black Friday is now very nearly upon us, and the chorus of cut price deals is becoming louder by the hour.
Bang & Olufsen and LG have made a TV that can glide across the floor at the push of a remote control
Tech powerhouses Bang & Olufsen and LG have partnered to create a TV that can move at the touch of a remote control button.