LG G Watch R Hands On: Smartwatches Come Full Circle

Love is a fickle thing. When the Moto 360 was revealed alongside the launch of the Android Wear OS, its circular face made it stand out from Samsung and LG's first wearable attempts. But in the initial rush of excitement around the Moto 360, the fact that a lower section of its screen was permanently turned off… » 9/04/14 10:08am 9/04/14 10:08am

Watch Out Moto 360, There's Another Gorgeous Android Wear Watch

Motorola's 360 was the first beautiful round Android Wear, but it's certainly not the last. LG is bringing one to the table as well, the LG G Watch R. Not to be outdone, LG's second Android Wear outing has a few fancy special features of its own: No "flat tire" on its screen and a ring of ticks etched around the… » 8/27/14 10:00pm 8/27/14 10:00pm

YouTube Sizes Up to a Higher Resolution for New Mobile Displays

The LG G3 surprised us when it was released earlier this year. It has useful design, with a removable battery and MicroSD options, and its metal-skinned finish sets the handset off with "premium" flare. It also has the most eye-popping screen on a smartphone with its almost bezel-less 5.5-inch 2560x1440 Quad HD… » 8/10/14 3:00pm 8/10/14 3:00pm

​LG G Watch Review: A Wearable You'll Actually Consider Wearing

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear wristables to reach the arms of those anxiously waiting for a smartwatch that's more than hype. Until now, the options have all been a little clunky, lacking either beautiful hardware, usable software or both. This is better. But that doesn't make it good enough—yet. » 7/01/14 12:00pm 7/01/14 12:00pm

LG's Glueless Packaging Is Almost as Impressive as the OLED TV Inside

A product's packaging is usually nothing but the last obstacle between you and a shiny new gadget, but often there's as much thought that goes into the design of a cardboard box as the device inside. For instance, LG put a remarkable amount of design effort into the box its OLED TVs ship in, and most consumers will… » 6/18/14 3:40pm 6/18/14 3:40pm

LG G3 Hands-On: Glorious Hardware, With Software That's Actually Usable

Last year's LG G2 was a marvel of hardware stuffed with miserable software that made the phone a perfect case for ditching bloat and rooting it, as unappealing as that option might be to normal folk. So I had a feeling that this year's G3 would bring more of the same. After spending a few minutes with the G3, I can… » 5/27/14 2:27pm 5/27/14 2:27pm