This video highlights the comments of Mr. H.S. Paik, President of LG Electronics Gulf FZE, on the 2011 Greenomics Conference which was held in Dubai. Mr. Paik has showcased how LG continues its path towards
This post takes us to South Africa, home of one of the largest Safari Parks (Kruger National Park) and Sun City (world-renowned resort).
It’s also home to Ryan, an adorable 3-year old boy living in the beautiful city of Cape Town who, believe it or not, is a massive fan of LG remote controls.
In partnership with the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water, LG held the 2011 Greenomics Conference under the title 'Reducing Carbon Footprint in the Electricity Sector'. In this post, we have captured in images some of the main sessions of the event.
As part of their commitment to a Greener Planet, LG in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water, organised the fourth Greenomics Conference on 24th November 2011 at Raffles Hotel in Dubai. The conference started at 9:00 am and concluded at 2:00 pm.
Smart products are all the rage these days. Smartphones might have started it all off but now the spotlight has shifted a bit toward Smart TVs. A smartphone is something for individuals but Smart TVs are for the whole family. This came into sharp focus recently at CES 2011, held in Las Vegas, where various Smart TVs captured the attention the exhibition’s many visitors.
LCD TVs currently take up almost three quarters of the marketplace. But not all LCD panels are created equal.
There are important technological differences that don’t often get talked about when you go to the store. If you know about those, you’ll be able to make a better purchase and know precisely why you have to have a TV with an IPS-type panel.
Whoever agrees with singer Beyonce’s new single, ‘Who run the world’ will not be surprised that women today, are on top of the world and loving it. From the backyard to the boardroom, from Nigella’s Kitchen to Oprah’s media empire, women have proved that they do run the world and how!
Pop Quiz: What was the name of the first 3D movie?
For many of us, the first thing that comes to mind is the lush green jungle of Pandora leaping out at us from James Cameron’s 2009 movie Avatar. Others might think back even further to the 1983 release of Jaws 3D.