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You may have written off MeeGo handsets after Nokia all but abandoned the OS -- LG hasn't. While the company doesn't have any \"definitive plans\" to release a MeeGo smartphone commercially yet, LG is willing to show off some ports of MeeGo on multiple prototypes, including tablets and smartphones, a

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Sure, Nokia will ship a single MeeGo handset this year. But after that, MeeGo, Nokia's previous strategic smartphone platform, will be pushed into the incubation lab as the team shifts focus to future user experiences. According to Reuters, LG Electronics has stepped in to fill the void by joining

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LG's kept our thumbs busy over the last few days with its GW300 -- a 2G featurephone with a portrait QWERTY keyboard, a first from LG that joins the likes of Samsung's CorbyTXT and Freeform along with INQ's Chat 3G. O2 UK offers this phone with just a standalone price of £78.29 ($129) with a

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Apparently, the the artillery development budget for the US Navy is bursting at the seams, as the branch is complimenting the myriad of other dazzling weapons that it's collaboratively developing with a LGE-based rendition from Ionatron. The company, which focuses on developing \"directed energy weap

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As the saying goes, \"You snooze, you lose.\" Such is the case for LG Telecom, Korea's 3rd-largest carrier behind SK Telecom and KTF, which purchased a license to deploy 3G services on the 2GHz band in 2001 for 1.15 trillion won ($1.2 billion, give or take), but has yet to do anything with said licens

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We're not sure if we'll see HD-DVD players integrated in to HDTV sets like LG has done with hard drives, but you never know. What's even more interesting about Toshiba and LG sharing optical disk patents is that Toshiba has an HD-DVD player coming soon, while LG will be one of the first to market wi

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After losing the title of "PDP market share leader" to Samsung late in 2004, the parent company of Panasonic reclaimed the PDP title in the last quarter of 2005. Matsushita opened up new fabrication plants and is riding strong demand for it's Panasonic brand plasma set. In terms of PDPs su

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Kevin is still rocken' it out at CES and just happened by the LG booth armed with his camera. The highlight: a 71-inch 1080p plasma. LG has lots and lots of TVs and even those famed LED backlit LCDs. He has tons of pics to stare and dream at. My favorite one is a 102-inch plasma with a lady standing

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