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The Pocket-lint guide to smartwatch etiquette

The Pocket-lint guide to smartwatch etiquette

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We're entering a brave new world. A world where you're not (just) covertly alerted by the buzzing in your pocket, but overtly, visually and audibly by the device on your wrist. The shifting sands of technology bring sweeping changes in social behavior.... >>

LG curved smartphone incoming to take on the Galaxy S6 edge

LG curved smartphone incoming to take on the Galaxy S6 edge

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LG is set to release its G5 in 2016 but it looks like the Korean company is also planning a new curved smartphone. Could this be LG's answer to the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge? According to serial leakster Evan Blass, better known for his Twitter handle @evleaks,... >>

LG G5 specs leak: Out February with QHD display, Snapdragon 820 and iris scanner

LG G5 specs leak: Out February with QHD display, Snapdragon 820 and iris scanner

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The LG G5 has already begun to trickle out in various leaks and rumour stories but now the mother load has landed. The LG G5 specs have leaked pretty much giving everything away early. The leak comes from a Weibo tipster named Zealer who posted the specs.... >>

Nexus 5X vs Nexus 6P: Which is the best Nexus for you?

Nexus 5X vs Nexus 6P: Which is the best Nexus for you?

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Google announced the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P in September, a pair of new Nexus handsets, the latest in the Android hardware story and debut devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. But faced with making a choice between these two devices where should you turn?... >>

Best 8 gadgets for entertainment at home this Christmas

Best 8 gadgets for entertainment at home this Christmas

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Whether you are looking for the best 4K TV on the market, the best speakers to get the party started, or the best devices to make sure you are setup for streaming Christmas movies, you've come to a great place. These are the best home entertainment... >>

LG Zero is an all-metal smartphone, but might not be what you think

LG Zero is an all-metal smartphone, but might not be what you think

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Every year the rumour circulates that LG is going to go metal for its flagship. The rumour cycle got so excited about the metallic finish on the LG G3 in 2013, that it was a shock to discover that it was actually just plastic. The LG Zero is, finally,... >>

The 5.5-inch octa-core LG Ray is the best smartphone you'll likely never own

The 5.5-inch octa-core LG Ray is the best smartphone you'll likely never own

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LG has announced a smartphone that looks great, has an octa-core processor, a 5.5-inch HD screen, and a 13-megapixel camera but it's unlikely you'll ever own one. Why? The LG Ray will probably never make it to the UK or US. Instead, being a 3G-only handset... >>

LG smart TVs to offer Google's Play Movies and TV

LG smart TVs to offer Google's Play Movies and TV

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LG has confirmed that owners of its televisions will be getting an on-demand boost from Google. LG's smart TVs, including those using the webOS platform as well as earlier NetCast 4.0 and 4.5 models, will receive an update giving those TVs access to Google's... >>

Best TV 2015: EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

Best TV 2015: EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

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The Pocket-lint Gadget Awards will be taking place at the end of the month, celebrating products across 12 categories from smartphones and tablets to wearables and TVs. Each category has five nominees that we have whittled down from the hundreds of devices... >>

Which Android Wear smartwatch is best for you? Tag Heuer Connected vs Asus ZenWatch 2 vs Huawei Watch vs Moto 360 vs LG Watch Urbane vs Sony SmartWatch 3

Which Android Wear smartwatch is best for you? Tag Heuer Connected vs Asus ZenWatch 2 vs Huawei Watch vs Moto 360 vs LG Watch Urbane vs Sony SmartWatch 3

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Smartwatches are growing in popularity and they have come along way since the original models launched. The smartphone platform you have used to limit the smartwatch models available to you but since Android Wear added iOS compatibility, the limitations... >>