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LG will bring features such as Smart Keyboard to more devices.

LG to offer more consistent mobile user interface

The handset maker will bring its flagship G3 UX to a wide range of smartphones and tablets later this year.

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LG Music Flow speaker system takes your music anywhere, even out the door

LG's Music Flow speakers and sound bar connect with an app that can be controlled by an IM app, for no earthly reason.

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Samsung to expand smart TV content offerings at IFA

Skype and Need for Speed Most Wanted racing game will be added to the platform's portfolio next month.

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Verizon now offering $60 plan with 2GB data

Big Red quietly introduces a new, less-expensive rate plan for single-line customers.

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LG flaunts curved 21:9 monitor, plus a display for gamers

The company releases details about a curved 21:9 monitor, a 4K display for video pros, and a fast-refreshing monitor for gamers that it will show off at the IFA trade show next month.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 rumored with new design language

The forthcoming phablet could feature the metal trimming ushered in with the recently announced Galaxy Alpha.

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Huawei Ascend Mate 3 details emerge ahead of IFA

With the annual Berlin conference fast approaching Huawei may soon announce yet another plus-sized smartphone.

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10 must-see videos of the week

What we expect from Apple on September 10, the most-wanted iPhone 5S features, and the hottest gadgets in action from IFA 2013.

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Brew your coffee with splash of Wi-Fi

Philips puts the Internet in home gadgets, 3Doodler unleashes your inner doodle artist, and mobile carriers set the time for Galaxy Gear's launch.

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Ford's S-Max concept car at the IFA show in Berlin

Ford brainier concept a step toward self-driving cars

At the IFA show, the company showed a version of its S-Max car with abilities like Wi-Fi based car-to-car communications, radar-based emergency collision detection, and better self-parking skills.

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Sprint CEO Dan Hesse speaking at IFA 2013 in Berlin

Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, fan of Glass, wants more wearables

Not everybody likes Google's electronic eyewear, but the carrier chief does. Wearable tech, he says, will take off when prices come down.

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Why the Sony Xperia Z1 is smart to put photos first

Building in a higher-end camera doesn't just mean better pictures of your friends. It means smartphones can fulfill their potential as a live backup of your visual memory.

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