From Engadget RSS Feed: LG’s OLED TVs now pack loss-free 3D audio

There’s a dirty secret to listening to Dolby Atmos sound on LG’s current OLED TVs: all the audio is compressed, so you’re losing a little fidelity for the sake of immersive 3D sound. You won’t have to make that sacrifice before long. LG is trotting…

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From Engadget RSS Feed: The encryption many major companies rely on has a serious flaw

Researchers at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic uncovered a major security vulnerability in RSA keys generated by Infineon Technologies-produced chips. These chips are used in products manufactured by Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, L…

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From TechWorm: Apple teams up with LG to develop a foldable iPhone

Apple partners with LG to make folding and flexible OLED iPhone It is known that Samsung, Microsoft and Apple are all actively working on foldable smartphones. While Samsung is planning to unveil “bendable Galaxy X smartphoneâ€� next year, it looks like its rival Apple too has made further headway in this direction. According to a […]

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From Engadget RSS Feed: LG will build Europe’s biggest EV battery factory next year

As the auto industry fatefully moves into electric vehicles, Europe’s major car-makers need high capacity batteries. Until now, companies like VW, Volvo and BMW have had to import batteries from Asia. LG’s forthcoming car battery factory in Poland, t…

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From Digital Trends: When will Google finally go all-in on smartphones?

It’s difficult to tell how serious Google is about making smartphones when it can’t fulfil orders of the Pixel 2 fast enough. Is it committed to hardware, or will it always be a side-project?
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From Gizmodo: Pixel 2: What You Need to Know About Google’s New Top Android Phones

When it announced the iPhone X, Apple pushed the expectations (and price tags) for flagships phones higher than they’ve ever been before. Now, Google gets a chance to hit back with its own homegrown handsets that will not only show how Google has matured as a hardware maker, but also what’s coming soon on Android…

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From Digital Trends: Trademark filings reveal LG may be working on its own in-house processor

LG may be working on a pair of new processors, the Kromax and the Epik, if a pair of trademarks the company has filed for in Europe are evidence of its future plans. It’s possible the company may be working with Intel on the project.
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From BetaNews: Google releases new Android Wear beta… that’s only compatible with one watch

Google has released a new beta version of Android Wear, but it’s an update that’s going to be of interest to a very limited number of people. For testing in the real world, the beta is only compatible with the LG Watch Sport. While this may sound like a serious limitation — well, it is really — Google is quick to point out that anyone can try out the beta by installing the Android emulator. But what can you expect to find in this new release? See also: Google reveals why it killed NFC Smart Lock in Android Great news… [Continue Reading]

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