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LG G4 plagued by touchscreen issues for some users

When you release your new flagship, the last thing that you'd want is for users to complain en masse about a certain feature or rather, a non-working feature. That is the problem now facing LG and its brand new G4, which has received generally positive reviews when it first came out. However, it seems that a number of users are now facing a touchscreen bug which has led to a forum on XDA where users can submit their complaints, and hopefully, this will reach LG as well.

Researchers able to hack into Samsung, LG smartwatches

Smartwatches may not be as ubiquitous now as smartphones and tablets, but they are already slowly seeping their way into our digital consciousness. Most users are secure in the knowledge that the information and data that gets transmitted from their smartphones to their wearables are encrypted and secure. Well, you might rethink that, particularly if you're using an LG and Samsung smartwatch, as a group of researchers were able to hack into it as part of their study and experiment on encryption.

AT&T may have updated their LG G4 units without user consent

Ok, so we woke up to this darned-awful noise happening over at reddit, over Twitter, and even over at XDA – it seems that AT&T’s LG G4 units just updated without asking their users for permission. This resulted in dropped calls and users getting booted out of what they were doing as they saw their G4 units update and reboot in their faces without user permission.

LG announces Disney-themed smartphone for Japan

How big of a Disney fan would you have to be to willingly go and buy a smartphone that is obviously patterned after the "mousey" brand? Well, apparently, in Japan, that's not even a question that needs to be asked. LG has announced they are coming out with a new line of Disney mobile phones that will be exclusive for Japan. Surprisingly though, the smartphone is unimaginatively called DM-01G, and for a brand that thrives on fantasy and dreams, clearly LG hasn't caught that particular bug yet.

LG G4 teardown by iFixit now available

We've only been waiting for iFixit's teardown of the LG G4 and now that it's finally here, we're delighted to share the photos and findings with you. As we all know, battery replacement won't be a problem with LG's latest flagship phone because it is user-replaceable. As usual, the teardown provides more details plus X-rays view of several parts. For those thinking of getting the new G4, this teardown will help you in making a decision.

LG offers buy one get one free leather back cover for G4

When you get a new smartphone, almost always the first thing that you would probably get next is a nice-looking case to house your new device. If you're one of the first in the US to buy or you're just planning to buy LG's brand new flagship, the G4, then you'd also want to take advantage of their special offer. If you buy two genuine leather back covers from their website, you'll get one of those cases for free.

LG G4 pricing, plans revealed by major US carriers

After months of leaks, speculations, rumors, and teasers, the LG G4 is finally and officially available in the US. The latest flagship phone is now on sale in stores and online through the top mobile carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular) and national retail chains Best Buy and Amazon. This launch in the country is expected to bring a better mobile experience to Android fans looking to replace their old phones.

Key Plus allows launch of apps from LG device volume buttons

Much has been said about the patented rear-placed power button and volume rocker of recent LG smartphone devices, but to tell you the truth, it really does make life easier. Key Plus is one of those apps that take advantage of the unique volume button placement on LG smartphones, giving you convenient access to launching apps even when the phone is locked.
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