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LG

Video showing the LG Optimus 3D’s user interface

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South-Korean LG obviously believes in 3D and wants to be one of the companies that pioneer the technology. The Optimus Pad was announced today, and we already knew about the LG Optimus 3D – another 3D capa…

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Android News

LG Optimus Pad officially announced at MWC, coming to Europe in March

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The Optimus Pad has just been officially announced by LG at Barcelona, and that’s the European name for the T-Mobile G-Slate. The Optimus Pad features Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and the now almost standard…

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LG

LG sending phones into a “New Dimension”

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We’ve heard the rumors that glasses-free stereoscopic 3D displays are coming to Android devices soon, and it looks like LG is going to be showing that to us sooner rather than later. LG has put out a teaser…

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Android News

1.2GHz Tegra 2 3D chips coming this spring, according to leaked slide

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Things move so fast in the world of technology, that it’s sometimes hard to keep up. Tech lovers who always want to rock the latest and greatest hardware have a tough time. We haven’t even gotten used to the awesom…

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LG Tablets

No 3D screen for G-Slate, but 3D pictures are a go

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There had been rumors swirling that the upcoming T-Mobile LG G-Slate would have a glasses-free 3D display, but it looks like that was just a dream. It never seemed to realistic based on the size of the screen. Now…

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Android Phones

Video showing off Sharp’s glasses-free 3D phone Lynx in Japan

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Earlier this month, Sharp announced that it would release two Android devices in Japan featuring 3D-capable autostereoscopic displays of the same kind as the upcoming Nintendo 3DS. Autostereoscopy produc…

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Android News

Sharp will release 3D display Androids in Japan: Galapagos 003SH and 005SH

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Japanese electronics company Sharp has been breaking new ground in more ways than one recently. Early last month, the company announced it would release an Android phone sporting a 3.5-inch touchscreen with…

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