Could GM's Tiny Self-Driving Smartcar Actually Revolutionize Cities?

The city of the future is going to be "crowded, dirty, and resource-constrained," said Stephen J. Girsky, a vice president of GM, at CityLab, an event in Battery Park City earlier today. And that means everyone's gonna want one of GM's new Electric Networked Vehicles, or EN-V. » 10/07/13 7:30pm 10/07/13 7:30pm

LG enV2 Hands On and Sizemodo With Its Fattie Older Brother

Whatever diet LG put the enV to whip it into the enV2 is fan-freakin-tastical. It's significantly slimmer, sharper and lighter. What's sweet about the midget dust magic is that it isn't smaller and sexed up just to be smaller, it actually feels much better in your hand than the blubbery original. But the keys are a… » 4/01/08 5:46pm 4/01/08 5:46pm

Verizon's CTIA Phone Lineup: Remakes and Sequels

CTIA comes but twice a year, and it gives the telecoms and phone makers a chance to show off their coolest stuff. Verizon Wireless apparently has its hands full with the whole open-network thing, because instead of unveiling something potentially sweet like the LG VX9700 or VX8560, its lineup of CTIA phones looks… » 3/31/08 3:00am 3/31/08 3:00am

Sprint LG Rumor Messaging Phone No Longer Just a Rumor

Sprint clearly didn't want Verizon enV users to have all the messaging fun: the LG Rumor looks about the same size as the latter-day enV, with a slideout QWERTY keypad. Features include 1.3 megapixel camera, (new?) Sprint POP3 e-mail client, Bluetooth, a MicroSD card slot and GPS with Sprint Navigation. The catch, if… » 10/11/07 9:00am 10/11/07 9:00am

Verizon's LG VX10000 Voyager Revealed and Groped (with Gallery)

Click to viewThough images have leaked here and there, not much was known about the LG VX10000 from Verizon Wireless. Sure, when open, it looks like the QWERTY-obsessed LG enV, but when closed, it's got way more of a Prada—or dare I say iPhone?—vibe. More details and full gallery after the jump. » 10/03/07 2:10am 10/03/07 2:10am

First LG VX10000 Shot Shows New enV

A shot of the new LG VX10000 was recently posted in the forums, revealing what could be the successor to Verizon's enV branded phone. Other than a slightly sleeker design and what appears to be a larger screen, not much information is known. There is no word yet on pricing or availability.

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