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How to connect LG Optimus G Pro to computer

For some DVD, Blu-ray, or 1080p MKV, WMV, AVI videos on your LG phone, then you can go for detailed workflow here. In this guide let's focus on the basic file transfer and sharing between LG Optimus G Pro and PC.
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How to Get MKV files to work in HTC Vive

HTC Vive is a virtual reality headset developed by HTC and Valve Corporation, which is committed to create an immersive environment that allow users to walk and look around in the simulated world and get the most vivid VR experience with your games and movies. When you get this amazing VR headset to play your favorite VR videos, you will notice wit
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LG Burst Concept Smartphone with Projectors

This incredible concept phone from LG was created to improve the functionality and mobility of the traditional touchscreen smartphones.

The device is able to project different pictures onto virtually any type of surface using projectors installed aside. The gadget takes advantage of specialized software to be able to deform and compress the touch space on the screen.
You can perform different tasks by interacting with the virtual projection space.
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LG to Launch the World's First Dual-Core Android Smartphone

Previously LG mentioned that it will bring some upgrades to its Android Optimus line of handsets, and it did.

A new smartphone from LG boasts an 8 megapixel camera that allows you to shoot 1080p video.

In addition, the phone features two cores which make it the world's first dual-core Android smartphone.
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LG Launches Dual View TV for Multiplayer Games

At IFA technology conference in Berlin LG has presented its brand new "Dual View" television system that makes it possible for video game players to make use of the same screen but see only their own position in the game. This became possible due to 3D-style glasses that each user has to wear.

This technology was demoed by the software giant Microsoft. It is expected to be launched onto the market in a limited number of LG TVs. The system shows two different images on the same screen and after players put on the special 3D-style glasses, each sees only one image and that is the image of their part of the screen.

At the moment the technology, which works with LW980T and other products from the Cinema 3D range from LG, can be tested on the Xbox platform.

Gamers must know that after acquiring the system they also have to buy two pairs of special glasses the retail price of which can start at GBP20.

A television similar to the one launched by LG is expected to be introduced onto the European market by Sony. The Japanese company will develop a similar system that will work on its PlayStation platform. However, Sony's system makes use of more costly "active shutter" glasses than LG's "passive" glasses technology.
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LG Sphere - Using 3D Tech to Adjust to Your Need and Mood

This multimedia tool was developed by Italian designer Federico Weber who worked together with Domus Academy, LG Electronics and Gino Finizio Design Management.

Dubbed LG Sphere, the gadget represents a hi-tech cell phone with GPS and Bluetooth to identify the position of the user. The phone can adjust to the needs and moods of the user.
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Robotic Vacuum Cleaner From LG Offers Green Cleaning

Recently the tech giant LG presented its new robotic vacuum cleaner dubbed RoboKing. The device is an autonomous vacuum cleaner that features two cameras that make it possible for the integrated computer to analyze the environment and set up the most appropriate cleaning path.
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LG Presents the Sleek GD510 Pop Smartphone

Recently LG presented its brand new GD510 "Pop" handset that features touchscreen technology and which was developed for the masses.

It is worth mentioning that the current gadget was developed upon the success of the company's LG Cookie. The latter was sold in 7 million units worldwide.
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LG Electronics to Present World's First 15-inch OLED TV

One of the biggest television manufacturers in the world, LG Electronics, recently announced that it is soon going to present its 15-inch OLED TV set. The Korean company made it announcement on August 30 in Seoul.
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