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LATEST NEWS

Best gadgets at world’s biggest consumer tech event

news.com.au | Matthew Dunn | Jan 14, 2018

From a small firm putting Apple’s innovation to shame to an AI robot that can study your ping pong skills and coach you to play better. I want you all to know that the future is amazing. No, I am not a time traveller, I have just been lucky enough to visit the world’s larger consumer tech convention in Las Vegas. With CES showcasing some of the most cutting-edge products from the world’s most innovative companies, there was always going to be some impressive things on show. Read more >

Tech Guide takes a tour of the LG booth at CES 2018

Tech Guide | Stephen Fenech | Jan 13, 2018

LG’s booth at the Consumer Electronics Show was eye-catching and told the story of the company’s connected approach so no product will ever stand alone in its exciting new ecosystem. Right from the start, the LG CES booth is a visual feast with an OLED canyon directing visitors inside the stand. The walls of the canyon are made from curved OLED panels which demonstrates the versatility of the format. Read more >

VIDEO: LG CES 2018 booth tour

Finder | Alex Kidman | Jan 12, 2018

Booths at CES 2018 are designed to impress, and LG certainly didn't skimp on the layout of its stand, with twisting canyons of OLED displays leading through to demonstrations of its new ThinQ platform, as well as the already heavily meme-d CLOi robot. I took a tour through what LG had to offer in the video below: Read more >

CES 2018: Google dominates the show, and the Vegas skyline

Sydney Morning Herald | Jan 11, 2018

Outside the mammoth Google Assistant booth at the CES tech show in Las Vegas, live, human "assistants"were handing out short surveys on the experience. One question asked "Have you seen the ads for Google Assistant on billboards, casinos, the monorail, and busses in Las Vegas?" Another: "Have you seen Google Assistant everywhere at CES?" Read more >

CES 2018: LG to roll out AI across product portfolio

Appliance Retailer | Jan 10, 2018

TVs, washing machines and more.

In 2017, the entire LG product portfolio became Wi-Fi enabled. This year, the company is taking connectivity a step further with artificial intelligence (AI) under its new ThinQ brand. This allows products to learn behavioural patterns to meet individual needs faster and better, and provide a more seamless consumer experience. Read more >

AI as the future of tech: LG introduces robots, smart devices and Google Assistant

News.com.au | Matthew Dunn | Jan 9, 2018

IF YOU’RE impressed by current technology, you haven’t seen anything yet. At the world’s biggest consumer tech show in Las Vegas, one company showcased an exciting new future.

YOU’RE driving home from work and are not sure if you have enough food for dinner.

No problems, have a quick look inside your fridge from the dashboard of your car. Read more >

LG’s DeepThinQ is a platform that will deliver AI services across their entire product range

Ausdroid | Jason Murray | Jan 9, 2018

We first heard of LG’s ThinQ branding coming to its consumer appliances in the lead-up to CES, and today the company has given more information about “DeepThinQ” – the name given to its new deep learning technology – and what it means to their products going forward.

With DeepThinQ, LG’s built a foundation for implementing AI across many products. Read more >

CES 2018: Everything Announced By LG's Press Conference

PCWorld | Fergus Halliday | Jan 9, 2018

Following on from last year’s G6 and V30+, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for LG. It all starts at this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Usually a playground for sin and vice, the week-long consumer technology mecca sees Vegas become a playground for gadgets, gizmos and everything in between.

Here’s what LG brought to this year’s CES:

W8, B8, E8 and C8 OLED TVs Read more >

LG DeepThinQ will enable AI in more products

CyberShack | Scott Hunt | Jan 9, 2018

LG is pushing its artificial intelligence further with the rollout of a new AI development tool to all LG business divisions. This will help the company speed up the release of new products equipped with the latest technology.

DeepThinQ 1.0 was developed last year with the establishment of LG’s Artificial Intelligence Lab in Korea to accelerate research into AI. The platform enables easy integration of AI into a wider range of products, allowing LG product developers to apply deep-learning technologies to future products from mobile devices to house appliances. Read more >

LG pitches AI as the future of tech at CES 2018 for TVs, robots and washing machines

Finder | Jan 9, 2018

LG's gadgets this year will all feature LG's ThinQ AI for everything from driving controls to TV selections. At its launch this morning at CES 2018, LG has unveiled its particular technology pich with a strong focus on AI, via branding that LG will call "ThinQ".

The core idea is that LG's appliances will use the ThinQ AI platform to learn your usage patterns. Thanks to the inclusion of Wi-Fi across their ranges, they'll talk to each other over time building up a profile of your usage patterns. Read more >

LG’s smarter products will incorporate ThinQ AI to learn and adapt to your needs

Tech Guide | Jan 9, 2018

LG has kicked off the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show with a commitment to provide an additional layer of intelligence to its products across the home to truly live up to its motto of “innovation for a better life”.

The rubber will hit the road in 2018 with that corporate philosophy as the products across the company portfolio including appliances, TVs, speakers and air conditioners incorporate the LG ThinQ AI. Read more >

LG Televisions Can Be The Hub of the Smart Home Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa with LG ThinQ means what?

EFTM | Jan 9, 2018

Today at CES in Las Vegas, LG has announced their new TV line-up for 2018 and the key message is that they’re a lot smarter.

Your new LG television will be able to interact with you in the same way you talk to Siri, or a Google speaker, this can be done while you’re watching a TV show or movie at any time. Read more >

LG new smart TVs will be even smarter with better picture quality and voice control

Tech Guide | Jan 4, 2018

LG will be making its smart TVs even smarter and taking the picture quality to another level when it unveils its exciting 2018 range of OLED and Super UHD TVs at the International Consumer Electronics Show which kicks off in Las Vegas next week.

The company will introduce ThinQ artificial intelligence which will allow the implementation of voice control and voice requests on its open smart platform alongside third-party AI services. Read more >

LG’s New Years Resolution is 8K – with Google Assistant Built-in Big screens with big smarts

EFTM | Jan 3, 2018

We’re just days away from the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and LG is spilling all the beans before the show, announcing their show stopping TV as well as some of the features we can expect on 2018 LG TVs.

Firstly they went big – big on size and big on pixels – announcing they would showcase an 8K resolution OLED TV packed inside an 88 inch panel. Yep, 88 inches. Read more >

CES 2018: LG Jumps Into Bed With Meridian Audio

Channel News | Dec 28, 2017

First it was LG sound and their 24bit networked products, then came Harman Kardon powered LG sound this was followed by Bang & Olufsen LG smartphones, now there is LG sound powered by Meridian.

Ahead of CES 2018 LG has announced a range of premium audio incorporating audio technology developed by Meridian whose brand is distributed in Australia by Wavetrain. The move comes after arch rival Samsung acquired US based Harman. Read more >

LG announce two Google Assistant powered speakers ahead of CES 2018

Ausdroid | Dec 28, 2017

As we’re getting ready for another wild CES in Las Vegas it seems LG has decided (wisely) to get ahead of the pack and release some news. They have announced two new Google Assistant-powered speakers, a 5.1.2 Soundbar and traditional ‘can’ speaker. Read more >

NEWS AND ARTICLES

Following a record year for LG at CES 2017, watch this space for the latest news and awards at CES 2018.

LG launches super-thin 'wallpaper' Ultra HD OLED TV

Adam Turner | Jan 5, 2017, 1:30pm

Taking wall-mounting to new extremes, LG's 2.57mm thick flexible Ultra HD OLED screen clings to your wall like a fridge magnet. Read more >

LG's new Signature W OLED TV can be mounted like wallpaper

Stephen Fenech | Jan 5, 2017, 1:30pm

LG has kicked off the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in dazzling style with its latest OLED TV model that is so thin and light it can be mounted on the wall like wallpaper. Read more >

At CES 2017, LG trots out its Nano Cell TVs

John Davidson | Jan 5, 2017, 1:30pm

At CES in Las Vegas this week, LG is showing off its 2017 lineup of UHD LCD TVs which almost certainly won't be as good as LG's 2016 OLED TVs, but which will have a trick or two that may help bridge the gap. Read more >

New 2.57mm OLED TV hangs on wall like a poster

Matthew Dunn | Jan 5, 2017, 11:45am

After leading the way in home entertainment market with its OLED TVs, LG has now released what it's calling the Signature 4K OLED W series. Read more >

Stunning Bit of Technology in OLED from LG

Trevor Long | Jan 5, 2017, 1:30pm

This is the product of CES 2017 - the LG Signature W TV - it's basically wallpaper! Read more >

EFTM Best of CES: 2017 Awards for our picks from CES

Trevor Long | Jan 9, 2017, 1:30pm

Award winner - Best of Best : LG Signature OLED W Series. This thing is insane, but it's real – that's what makes it so great. A TV that's 2.57mm thin and when wall mounted it's 4mm – crazy. You've gotta see it. Read more >