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LG G Watch pricing confirmed, won’t break the bank

LG is setting the pricing pace for the upcoming crop of smart wearables. The South Korean company has confirmed their G Watch, based on the Android Wear platform, will be £180 or less. This price point, should they translate it to other geographies and currencies, will put it at just under $250 stateside.

comScore: Android still king, Motorola and HTC falter

The latest comScore figures are out, and show little change in the order of smartphone OEMs with regard to market share in the US. Of interest is the gains and losses some have made, with one notable company having dropped off on a significant way. Don’t worry, though — Android is still on top.

LG is now the third largest OEM in the US market

LG, maker of the last two Nexus smartphones, has been found to be the number three Android OEM in the US. When comparing sales figures domestically, they are firmly behind Apple and Samsung. Similarly, Android is also up overall, rising 3.9% in overall sales for 2013.

LG G Watch further teased with new image

LG and Motorola were quick out of the gate with Android Wear watch announcements. LG introduced the G Watch and while they shared an image and mentioned how the handset would be available during Q2 2014 -- there wasn't much in the way of specifics. We still have yet to see the finer details on the G Watch, however we are seeing another image (seen above).

LG Smart Lamp brings a little intelligence to bulbs

LG has just revealed one of its little incursions into the smart home territory. Unveiling what it simply calls the Smart Lamp, these Bluetooth-enabled bulbs are designed to give a touch of automation and tech savvy into homes without the need to replace existing bulb fixtures.
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