Vizio is easily one of the most popular TV manufacturers in the market, and they’re more than happy to compete in whatever segment they can. Whether that’s smaller budget-friendly sets, mid-range TVs aimed at cord-cutting enthusiasts, or the high-end market for someone chasing the perfect home theater, Vizio usually has an option available. They’re finally […]
Come comment on this article: Vizio gets into the OLED market and beefs up their focus on gaming-friendly TVs
Instagram has announced a new feature to help you quickly take excellent photos of yourself or the people around you, emulating the portrait mode that we’re seeing on most new smartphones. The feature is called Focus and gives your shots a professional, softly blurred look and makes them quick and easy to share. If you’ve […]
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The HTC Vive was a virtual reality collaboration project between Valve and HTC. It’s expensive, though, running $ 599 even after the most recent price cut. It also doesn’t work without a beefy computer rig to actually handle the heavy lifting. The next big development in VR, therefore, should be a headset that doesn’t need a […]
Come comment on this article: Vive Focus pegged as HTC’s standalone Daydream virtual reality headset
In an announcement made today, Google shared an update on a major redesign to their Google Dashboard platform that will start rolling out next week. The Google Dashboard originally launched in 2009 as a way for users to quickly figure out what products they use and access some history and settings. Since then Google has […]
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CES 2016 is fast approaching, but we have some possibly sad news. The LG G Flex 3 probably won’t be there, and it possibly won’t ever make it to market either.
According to recent rumours, LG will not be unveiling a G Flex 3 smartphone at CES 2016, but instead will focus all of its efforts on the LG G5 and next gen V10. The LG G Flex 2 didn’t get the best reviews, while the V10 has been out to a great start so far. This might not be the worst move by LG?
There are also LG G5 rumours suggesting it will follow Samsung and use much higher end materials, primarily, an all metal unibody design. Also, it is said to possibly come with an iris recognition sensor, and a larger 20MP camera.
What do you think about there possibly not being a LG G Flex 3? Smart move, or bad decision by LG?
Come comment on this article: LG might kill off the G Flex 3 to focus on the G5 and V10