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LG renames Quick Voice to Q Voice with English version to launch in 2013

LG recently launched its Quick Voice service in Korea to challenge Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s S Voice. About a month after launch, the company is rebranding it to compete with Samsung’s S Voice and has changed its name to Q Voice, which is expected to debut with an English version in 2013. Currently, Q Voice is limited to Korean-speaking LG …

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LG Optimus G Review: A Speedster That Gets In Its Own Way

LG Say this for the Optimus G: it doesn’t skimp. LG went for broke to shake off its mid-range reputation, cramming its latest flagship Android phone full of goodies. But specs don’t always equal performance. Editor’s note: We’ve covered the Optimus G before, and had a bit of a whinge that it’s not coming to Australia until January next year. As the release …

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The Majority Of iPad mini Tablets Are Equipped With LG Displays

Check out iPad mini Tablets with LG LG Display and AU Optronics are both supplying displays for Apple’s iPad mini but according to reports the latter is facing some production capacity issues, as described by ‘sources familiar with the matter’. Both companies are “main display suppliers” but Digitimes is reporting that the majority of iPad mini tablets are equipped with …

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LG Optimus 2X gets Android Ice Cream Sandwich in Korea

The LG Optimus 2X is getting a sweet update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich over the air as you’re reading this. It started rolling out today, but it’s only available to South Korean customers — the specific model number is SU660. The rollout should eventually expand to other countries as well; Singapore is likely to be the next to …

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LG Optimus F3 a $30 Android phone for blind, hearing-impaired

LG Optimus F3 a $30 Android phone LG Optimus F3 LG will want to sell the Optimus F3 it announced on Thursday to everyone, but the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphone comes with some features specifically meant for blind and hearing-impaired users. Most notably, the phone automatically integrates Google TalkBack, a text-to-speech accessibility app that you would ordinarily have to …

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