The big vote’s on Thursday: no matter which side of the debate (or border) you’re on, enjoy a few Scotch films over the weekend.Read more >>>
What is How to Live it?
How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
Good news – football’s back, the Community Shield at Wembley opens the season on Sunday. Best news – there’s a fresh and exciting TV technology that’s going to make the biggest difference…Read more >>>
It’s the height of the summer sporting season and, with the World Cup is a distant, German memory, there’s a chance for non-football events to grab your attention. Three massive ones this weekend – take your pick and settle in…Read more >>>
Want to see some great content you can’t get free anywhere else? Without paying? Buy an LG Smart TV and you can…Read more >>>
A beautifully shot celebration of the art of cinema – that’s what stuck with brand editor Andy Clough and that’s why Cinema Paradiso is his favourite film…Read more >>>
For some reasons, despite the leaps made in every other area of home technology, TVs remain stubbornly difficult to use. LG’s webOS technology is changing that, though, and its simple switching tech makes finding a new input on your TV a doddle.Read more >>>
Choose the right on demand service? Blissfully glazed-over eyes. Choose the wrong one? Rows all round. Let’s navigate the minefield…Read more >>>
Streaming services usually steer you towards content they want to shout about. But what about the rest of the good stuff sitting in their vaults? What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Kobina Monney shows you where to start…Read more >>>
Want better sound from your TV but don’t want to drape your living room in cables (or spend a fortune)? LG has the solution in the LAB540 SoundPlate…Read more >>>
Until recently, Richard Stanley’s 1990 pulp sci-fi film was a thing of mystery. Now they’ve released it on Blu-ray and Stuff’s Fraser Macdonald reckons you should see it…Read more >>>