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    • Personal Surround Sound with the LG TONE Studio

      ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 24, 2017 
      The next time you play your favorite video game or stream the newest movie on your favorite subscription service, you will feel as if you're right in the action with the new LG TONE Studio. In stores today at Amazon for $229.00, the LG TONE Studio is LG's newest around-the-neck Bluetooth® wearable speaker (compatible with Bluetooth® audio enabled LG Smart TVs running WebOS*), that lets you experience true surround sound anywhere. "A cinema-like experience doesn't only have to happen at the movie theatres," says Bruce Tripido, LG Senior Director, U.S. Accessories. "With the LG TONE Studio's not one, not two, not three, but four speakers, you can immerse yourself in real 3D Surround Sound when watching a movie, playing a video game, streaming music or simply talking on the phone."  Designed in collaboration with surround sound experts, the LG TONE Studio allows you to experience the first DTS®-tuned wireless device for wearable "cinema-like" surround sound through four speakers – two upward firing, full range on the top of the headset and two vibration speakers underneath. What's more is that with Wearable Bass™ special vibration speakers, your body will feel the sound of cinema-like quality bass as if you are right there in the action. And if you want to share the action, you can simply turn on the Dual Play feature which lets you connect two LG TONE Studio wearable speakers and share the sounds from a movie, playlist or more.   For times where personal surround sound isn't needed, the LG TONE Studio features the legacy TONE tangle free, retractable earbuds featured in LG's line up of Bluetooth® headsets like the LG TONE UTLRA, LG TONE Active, LG TONE INFINIM and LG TONE PLATINUM. With a simple toggle button, you can switch between speaker mode and earbud mode to enjoy up to 35 hours of music listening time while in earbud mode. And, if you have to take a break from your playlist to take a call, the LG TONE Studio features clear phone calls with up to 40 hours' worth of talk time. Available at Amazon today for $229.00, the LG TONE STUDIO comes in silver and will be available next month at T-Mobile and Verizon stores nationwide. To learn more about the LG TONE Studio, visit here. Specifications 
      Supported Bluetooth Profiles: Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP), Audio/Video Remote Control (AVRCP), Hands-Free (HFP), Headset (HSP)
      Operating Range: 33ft.
      Talk Time: Up to 40 hours (Earphone Mode); Up to 16 Hours (Speaker Mode) 
      Music Listening Time: Up to 35 hours (Earphone Mode); Up to 6 hours (Speaker Mode) 
      Standby Time: Up to 61 days
      Charging Time: Less than 2.5 hours 
      Weight: 4.4 oz. Additional Features
      Four-speaker design 
      32-bit DAC for Hi-Fi sound (With auxiliary cord; Earphone 32-bit; Speaker 24-bit)
      Clear Voice for crisper dialogue 
      Compatible with Bluetooth® audio enabled LG Smart TVs running WebOS* About LG Electronics MobileComm USA, Inc.
      LG Electronics MobileComm, based in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., is the U.S. sales subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc. a global innovator and trend leader in the global mobile communications industry. LG is driving the evolution of mobile forward with its highly competitive core technologies in the areas of display, battery and camera optics and strategic partnerships with noted industry leaders. LG's consumer-centric products — including the flagship premium G Series models — incorporate unique, ergonomic designs and intuitive UX features that enhance the user experience. The company remains committed to leading consumers into the era of convergence, maximizing inter-device connectivity between smartphones, tablets and a wide range of home and portable electronics products. For more information, please visit www.LG.com. * TV must be manufactured from 2015 onward. For other Smart TV compatibility, please consult with the TV manufacturer.   SOURCE LG Electronics MobileComm USA, Inc.

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    • Question: LG seeks deal with Fox for Web-based TV

      LG Electronics is in talks with Fox TV, a major U.S. broadcaster, to buy the latter’s content for its recently-released first Web-based TV, which will run on the software platform it bought from Hewlett-Packard last year, an LG official said Tuesday. “We are negotiating terms with Fox TV to put its content and other services on our WebOS TV,” the official said. http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=150221 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2

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    • PreCentral: Answer a phone call

      All webOS smartphones are, at their core, a phone. So it's only fitting that you know how to answer a phone call when one is received or you will be unable to utilize one of the most basic functions of the device. And because answering a phone call is such an important feature, you are actually given quite a few different ways to perform this action. As long as you can hopefully remember at least one of these options, you should never have to miss answering a call. And keep in mind that certain models of webOS phones--such as those with a slide-out keyboard--give you even more options, so make sure you know exactly what your specific type of hardware is capable of when reviewing the different options below If you have a PIN or password set in the Screen & Lock app and you have currently passed the "Lock After" timeframe and you can an incoming call, the caller ID will display at the top of the screen with the caller's name and number, and you will have an icon on the bottom of the screen. Just as when your phone is normally locked and you turn on the screen, just drag that icon up above the "Drag up to answer" line to answer the call or do nothing to ignore it. If you are currently using your phone or the password "Lock after" time has not been reached, then you should be presented with a notification on the bottom of the screen with the caller ID info and then two buttons: a green button to answer and a red button to ignore the call. Just tap the green button to answer. Note that if you swiped up from the notification area to minimize it, just can still tap on the notification the dashboard to answer the call For those phones with a slide-out keyboard, which would include any of the phones in the Pre-series or the Veer, you can also slide open the keyboard to answer the call. No fumbling with on-screen buttons necessary Finally, if the phone is Touchstone-enabled and is currently charging on a Touchstone when a call is received, you simply need to pick up the phone from the charging dock to answer the call. And don't forget that you always silence or ignore an incoming call by pressing the power button once or twice, respectively, if you do not want to actually answer the call. Also, if you have your phone paired with an HP TouchPad and set up to receive phone calls, you will get a similar option at #2 above where you just have to press the green answer button in the phone call notification to answer it.



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    • PreCentral: HP merging printing group into Personal Systems Group, webOS printers one step closer to reality [update: confirmed]

      HP CEO Meg Whitman's crusade to right the plundered ship Packard is poised to really shake things up at the Silicon Valley giant: according to a report today from AllThingsD, the Imaging and Printing Group is set to be merged into the Personal Systems Group. That'll put HP's still-profitable-but-not-as-much-as-before printers group under EVP Todd Bradley and his computers-and-tablets division. The move would address cost-cutting and simplification to an extreme degree, especially on the marketing front. If you stop and think about it, both the IPG and PSG largely target the same set of customers: businesses and consumers, often shopping for both printer and computer at the same time. There would also be significant cost savings from combining the redundant human resources and finance operations under each group, plus having one fewer division to manage up top. It also gives Bradley some more to do, perhaps as compensation for having been passed over for the CEO job twice in less than a year, despite his extensive executive experience (once even serving as the CEO of Palm). Ironically, this consolidation comes just seven months after former HP CEO Leo Apotheker announced plans to split the Personal Systems Group off as a separate company and refocus HP proper on enterprise services and printers. Just half a year later we've seen HP's printing division start to falter as businesses and consumers alike dramatically cut back on their printing (and thus purchases of high-margin ink cartridges). That said, the Personal Systems Group has faltered recently as well, though that can be chalked up to the damage done by the uncertainty of the spin-off and what that would mean for the future of whatever company(s) resulted. Amusingly, this also puts together two divisions that HP desperately wanted to work together right after their purchase of Palm. You'll recall that the Palm Global Business Unit was slotted in under the Personal Systems Group and Bradley, with the goal of making webOS smartphones and tablets, as well as getting the operating system onto desktop computers and printers - of which HP expected to sell several million. Even then when HP was trying (unsuccessfully) to sell webOS to the highest bidder, they were still running into the sticking point of webOS on printers. Fast forward to today and HP's now in the process of open sourcing webOS with little public thought being paid towards the webOS printer. Maybe in 2013. Update: HP has announced their plans to merge the Printing and Imaging Group into the Personal Systems Group, giving birth to the Printing and Personal Systems Group, headed by Todd Bradley. Press release is after the break. read more



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