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Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

Best TVs 2014: The best televisions available to buy today

By 4 July 2014

Looking for a new TV but don't know what to buy? Then you've come to the right place. In 2014 there are all sorts of big events that warrant a big screen experience, from the FIFA World Cup to Le Tour making this the perfect time to get yourself a new... >>

John Lewis 55JL9000 webOS TV in the house: Getting up close to the own-brand set

John Lewis 55JL9000 webOS TV in the house: Getting up close to the own-brand set

By 3 July 2014

John Lewis announced its own-brand LED TVs in May and hey have been selling like hot cakes ever since. That's why it's taken until the John Lewis Christmas in July showcase event in London recently to actually see one with our own eyes and while there's... >>

LG G3 Prime spotted? Could bring Snapdragon 805 and IP67

LG G3 Prime spotted? Could bring Snapdragon 805 and IP67

By 2 July 2014

LG may be about to bring an upgraded G3 smartphone to the market after what's claimed to be it was seen on a leaked document. Samsung's Galaxy F, an upgraded Galaxy S5 also known as Prime, has been rumoured and photographed. Now LG appears to also be... >>

LG G3 or HTC One (M8): Which is better?

LG G3 or HTC One (M8): Which is better?

By 2 July 2014

The LG G3 arrived a few months after the HTC One (M8), giving HTC the chance to establish itself, but also allowing LG the time to move things forward a little. The LG G2 was always going to be a tough act to follow, as was the original HTC One (M7).... >>

LG G3 Beat is a way cooler name than LG G3 mini, shame it may be China only

LG G3 Beat is a way cooler name than LG G3 mini, shame it may be China only

By 30 June 2014

A new LG phone has leaked going by the name of the G3 Beat. While it was thought that the G3 mini would be the name of the smaller G3 sibling, it looks like it may be Beat. The only downside to this rumour is that the G3 Beat, sporting the number LG-D729,... >>

A week in reviews: 23 - 27 June

A week in reviews: 23 - 27 June

By 28 June 2014

Summer solstice has seen the peak of daytime hours come and go and we've been most of those hours to bring you the latest tech reviews. In addition to the latest Nikon D810 full-frame DSLR camera announced this week, we've seen plenty of other top kit... >>

LG's 77- and 65-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED TVs are coming to the UK, but they won't be cheap

LG's 77- and 65-inch Curved 4K Ultra HD OLED TVs are coming to the UK, but they won't be cheap

By 26 June 2014

Brits can soon buy two Curved Ultra HD 4K OLED TVs from LG Electronics. The company has announced it will launch 77-inch and 65-inch screen sizes in the UK this October. Both new models (77EC980V and 65EC970V, respectively) offer LG’s WRGB OLED, High... >>

Project Tango LG tablet to release next year for consumers, says Google at I/O

Project Tango LG tablet to release next year for consumers, says Google at I/O

By 26 June 2014

Google's Project Tango will become a reality for consumers by 2015, it's claimed. According Forbes and several other publications, Google announced at the I/O developer conference on 26 June that it is working with LG on a consumer device. The announcement... >>

Google details Android Wear at Google I/O, demos Dick Tracey talking option

Google details Android Wear at Google I/O, demos Dick Tracey talking option

By 25 June 2014

Google has detailed its smartwatch operating system called Android Wear at Google I/O, its annual developer conference in San Francisco. The bottom line? You can expect to start talking to your watch to give it instructions.  Created because people... >>

LG LB700V 42-inch Smart TV with webOS review
4 out of 5

LG LB700V 42-inch Smart TV with webOS review

By 23 June 2014

Want a smart TV that's easier to use than any previous attempts? Having acquired the webOS operating system and adapting it for TV use, that's exactly what the LG LB700V Smart TV is all about. Although the full 'LG 42LB700V Smart TV with webOS' name is... >>


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