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LG device pops up at HTML5Test, scores incredibly well

A few new LG smartphones have been spotted, and could be variants of the same phone. Via HTML5Test, we see the LG D830 scoring exceedingly high, and Bluetooth SIG shows another model, possibly a variant of the D830. Whatever the case, it seems LG could be bringing two new devices to market, though we’ll remain cautiously optimistic.

LG LifeBand Touch and Heart Rate Earphones: fitness wearables hands-on

LG's new LifeBand Touch and Heart Rate Earphones may not be a direct Google Glass competitor, but it is a sign that the company is looking to wade into wearables in 2014. Announced at CES 2014 this week, the movement-tracking wristband and pulse-monitoring headphones work either independently or combined to feed health-related data to your smartphone, either to LG's own Fitness app, or third-party apps for Android and iOS like MyFitnessPal, MapMyFitness, and RunKeeper.

LG G Flex will be available in the US, starting Q1 2014

If you’re interested in the LG G Flex, but are wondering when it will hit the US, your wait for information is over. LG has just announced their curved wonder will hit the US in Q1 2014, and available for thereof the big four carriers. Oddly, it excludes a big name player from the fray, but we don’t expect that to be the case long term.

LG G2 sales top 3 million, according to analyst reports

There are always some issues when dealing with device sales figures. To begin with, there is the bit about whether they are actually sold, or just shipped. The former means the device has reached a users hands and the latter means the manufacturer shipped the device and it is sitting on a shelf waiting to reach a customer. Aside from needing that distinction, there is also the difference between analyst reports and numbers direct from the manufacturer.

LG Pocket Photo 2.0 lets you print photos on the go in style

It is always easy to share or upload photos online to show others but there will always come a time when you want to give out a physical copy, especially to those without social networking accounts. In that case, LG has got you covered with its next generation of pocket-sized photo printers, the Pocket Photo 2.0.