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LG introduces OLED TV with a screen that rolls up or...

We’ve heard of foldable and bendable screens. But LG introduced its 65-inch OLED TV with a rollable screen at CES 2019, the big tech...

LG’s ridiculous retractable TV takes a step closer to reality

Will LG’s over-the-top rollable TV ever be real? And at the end of the day does it really matter? The company offered another glimpse...

HP releases a monster $5k, 65-inch gaming display

The HP Omen X Emperium is not meant to watch reruns of The Office. Though it can. This display is one of the first...

LG shows bendable display flower sculpture, 65-inch and 88-inch 8K TVs

LG will introduce new 88-inch and 65-inch 8K televisions that no one could possibly afford, at least no one I know. That’s par for...

10 Smartphone Predictions For 2019 Every Smartphone User Should Know

2019 Smartphone predictions Since the first smartphone was launched in 1992, it has definitely come a long way to reach the height it is at...

The top smartphone trends to watch in 2019

This was a bad year for the smartphone. For the first time, its seemingly unstoppable growth began to slow. Things started off on a bad...

Twitter’s newest feature is reigniting the ‘iPhone vs Android’ war

Twitter’s newest feature is reigniting the flame war between iOS and Android owners. The U.S. social media company’s latest addition is a subtle piece of information...

Payment service Toss becomes Korea’s newest unicorn after raising $80M

South Korea has got its third unicorn startup after Viva Republica, the company beyond popular payment app Toss, announced it has raised an $80 million...

LG launches Smart Display – LG XBOOM AI ThinQ WK9

  19 November 2018, India: The XBOOM AI ThinQ WK9 has 8 inch HD display. The WK9 also has a 5 MP camera for video calling...

LG Xboom WK9 review: Boomy bass can’t make up for Google...

Facebook’s Portal. Amazon’s Echo Show. Smart displays — tablet-like touchscreen devices with built-in voice assistants — aren’t exactly on the cusp of ubiquity, but...