Still being jolted awake by your phone every morning? LG’s wireless audio system combines light and sound for the perfect wake-up.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.
Home cinema looking a bit dated? Appliances an embarrassment? You need to upgadget – and quickRead more >>>
Just what’s the battery like on the LG G3 – and how much memory has it got? Can it really shoot and record 4K footage?! Find out with Lucy Hedges’ 30-second video…Read more >>>
Nobody likes a squeaky chair. But who spends thousands on an acoustic room that ensures an entirely squeak-free sitting experience? The same people who put WiFi in glove-boxes and use cows from barb-wire free fields as decoration… Rolls Royce. Ross Jackson visits the factory and goes for a rideRead more >>>
And of course we would say that – it’s a video produced by LG. But this is video does give a great explanation of the benefits of OLED televisions. And it’s only LG that are making these TVs – they really are the future of telly.Read more >>>
Four months ago we launched our Rising Stars contest – a search for a great undiscovered tech writer. There was only one rule: you couldn’t be employed as a tech journo. We now have a winner…Read more >>>
The year of Pixar, space stations and portable computers: the mid-80s were a time when the future finally started to deliver. Here are the highlights.Read more >>>
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 >>>
Wasn’t the future supposed to have flying cars? With all-things tech now blinging themselves up with the internet, is that what took the place of the flying car? Or maybe everything during childhood is a massive lie…Read more >>>
The dystopian vision of war and political deception explored in George Orwell’s 1949 masterwork ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’ did not quite materialise – but this was certainly a year of drama. Hello again, 1984…Read more >>>