Smartphone users have had plenty of options to choose from this year as the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturers introduced flagship devices to eager audiences. Though the improvements over 2013’s models have been more iterative than revolutionary, the picks this year have stood
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LG Electronics came out of nowhere last year and stunned the smartphone world with the G2, arguably the best Android handset of 2013. Now it’s back with the G2’s successor, the G3, and LG again has a phone that is contender not only for smartphone of the year but best phone overall. The G3 is not perfect
It’s the weekend, and that means it’s time for another dose of TalkCentral, South Africa’s leading weekly technology podcast. Your regular hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg pull up a couple of chairs for a discussion on Telkom and the future of its fixed-line business. They also chat about
Has LG Electronics just out-Samsunged Samsung? On Tuesday, the smaller of the two fierce rivals of Korean consumer electronics took the wraps off the G3, the successor to its highly regarded G2, which it released in 2013. In at least one respect, LG has leapt ahead of its bigger rival: the G3’s 5,5-inch display is 2K
HTC, Sony, Samsung, LG, Apple, Nokia, Huawei. The world’s big smartphone makers are all expected to unveil new flagship devices in 2014, many of them in the next few months. But what can consumers look forward to?