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Here are some highlights of the announcements made at LG's press conference at CES 2015.
It's curved. It's more durable. Here's our First Take.
The Flex 2's camera allows you to use gestures to trigger your selfies.
Web OS 2, which LG uses in its TVs, is faster than before, supports 4K streaming, and enables more channel customization.
Lots of curved and 4K models, including a 77-inch bendable model.
LG adds a second, small washer for specialized loads. You'll also be able to buy it as an add-on for newer model washers. Here's our First Take.
Adding a door-within-a-door to both French doors increases energy efficiency by centralizing all of your most frequently needed items and minimizing the need to open the full fridge.
They didn't say much about it, just that they (like everyone else) want a piece of your health monitoring.
LG is working with the Allseen Alliance as part of its Internet of Things ecosystem.
The company confirmed that it will launch its Music Flow multiroom audio service in the US and Australia. It was initially introduced at IFA 2014.
LG is working with Netflix on streaming 4K playback.
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