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LG's New WebOS 2.0 Ribbon Navigator Might Actually Be Usable 

For as much as I loved the LG 9300′s curved OLED screen, trying to navigate through the set’s menus using the motion-controlled smart remote and the onscreen Web OS menu could be an infuriating task. Hopefully the second generation navigation menu that LG just announced ahead of CES will make it less of a chore.


LG 40UB800T Ultra HD TV: Australian Review

If you have a gutsy gaming PC or even a next-gen console, or if you watch a lot of movies on Blu-ray, there’s a very real reason to buy a 4K TV. Native-resolution Ultra HD content looks amazing, but upscaling tech is getting good enough to make Full HD video look pretty damn good as well. But it’s not necessarily the most expensive and high-end 4K TVs that are interesting me most at the moment.


The Best Australian 2 In 1 Laptops/Tablets: Mega Christmas Round-Up

If you want a computing device with the power of a laptop and the portability of a tablet, then you want a 2 in 1. There are dozens of great convertible and detachable 2 in 1 laptops out there, but we’ve picked a few of our favourites.


LG Curved OLED Vs Sony 4K LCD: Which TV Tech Reigns Supreme?

It’s not an easy time to be shopping for a new TV. Do you want that crisp 4K resolution, or a gorgeous new OLED display? Unless you have tens of thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket, you can’t have them both in the same screen. Which is why we decided to pit them against each other.


LG 34UC97 Curved LED Monitor: Australian Review

1080p is so yesterday. More and more, 1440p and higher-resolution monitors are starting to become the norm, especially at larger screen sizes. There’s no doubt that 4K is the future, but it requires a fair bit of graphical power for smooth frame rates.

At the moment, somewhere in between 4K and 1440p seems to be the sweet spot. And we all like widescreen — the wider the better. Most movies and TV shows are in the 16:9 ratio, but on a computer there are plenty of situations where you might want that extra real estate. Oh, and curved screens are in vogue at the moment too. LG’s curved, 3440×1440 pixel, 21:9 ratio LED monitor is an eye-watering $1799, but goddamn is it good.


TVs Explained: What's Hot And Most Popular TVs In Right Now

Gizmodo Video Guide: In the market for a new TV? Here’s a beginner’s run-through the latest big screen highlights from big brands like Samsung, Sony LG, Panasonic.


LG G Watch R Review: Worthy Of Your Wrist, Even If Android Wear Isn't

Motorola’s Moto 360 stole the Android Wear spotlight when Google’s smartwatch operating system was first revealed. But it’s not the only tech-filled timepiece to sport a circular display, with this, LG’s G Watch R, hot on its heels just a few months after the Moto 360′s release. Depending on your aesthetic taste, the G Watch R may well be the best smartwatch yet. But just because the hardware is ready, doesn’t necessarily mean that the Android Wear software is too.


LG's New Smartphone Display Has The World's Thinnest 0.7mm Bezel

The best way to maximise the screen real estate on a smartphone without turning it into a massive phablet is to whittle away as much of the wasted space around the display as possible. And with its new 5.3-inch full HD LCD panel, LG has managed to reduce the size of the display’s bezel to just 0.7mm — which is thinner than a credit card.


LG's Next Smartphone Will Have Its Own Processor Inside

One factor that’s certainly helped in Samsung’s near-domination of the Android market over the last few years is its use of Samsung-manufactured components in its vast range of Android handsets. You can therefore bet that the CEO won’t be too happy to hear that LG is now manufacturing top-end silicon of its own.


LG 65EC970T Curved Ultra HD OLED TV: Australian Review

TVs are getting more and more advanced as this year goes on. We’ve seen curved screens, OLED panels and 4K pixel density popping up all over the place, from a bunch of different brands. But we haven’t seen all three in one TV that you can actually go out and buy. LG’s newest top-of-the-line 65-inch EC970T panel is curved, has a ridiculously high-res Ultra HD 4K resolution, and uses unique OLED tech for infinite contrast — and it is, at the moment, the perfect TV.