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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon were able to decode when people wearing an LG watch were scrolling on their phones, typing, or washing their hands.

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Mashable Magazine

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Just when you thought TVs were done evolving, LG showed off its rollable TV. It's there when you want it, or rolls up and gets out the way when you don't.

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With the rise of soft, cloth-coated gadgets, it’s become clear that fashion and interior design are impacting consumer electronics. But influence is a two-way street–and the design language of Silicon Valley is also influencing other design sectors. Take Pantone, which is introducing a new slew of colors, called Metallic Shimmers, for a world obsessed shine and shimmer–and where most of us drop $800 on a new phone every two years.
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Design Curial

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With arts education at school level massively depleted and deprioritised, art galleries in the UK and Europe are filling that gap with an exciting range of engagement and education activities aimed at broadening and diversifying who gets to talk about – and make – art. Veronica Simpson reports
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The Next Web

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The Xiaomi Mi Mix and LG G6 established the current wave of ‘bezel-less’ phone, but that term has been something of a misnomer. The bezels haven’t disappeared, they’ve just gotten way smaller while still accommodating a camera and earpiece.
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Wired

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The television industry invites jargon like few others, an alphabet soup of specs and techs. Some of these convey important information; others emerged, devoid of any useful meaning, from the marketing gloaming. In that spirit, The Wall, Samsung’s new 146-inch stunner, invokes a term as yet unfamiliar the broader TV-buying audience: MicroLED.
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To kick off the New Year, frog's team has put together a comprehensive list of 12 tech trends we can expect to reign supreme in 2018, ranging from a shift in the way designers approach medical devices to more expressive hardware designs:
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Dezeen

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Tokujin Yoshioka has created a range of minimal bottles and tubes for a Japanese skincare brand, which are each topped with lids made to look like natural stone.

Yoshioka created new packaging for Japanese cosmetics brand Three, whose range includes cleansing oil, clearing foam, treatment lotion, treatment emulsion, and treatment cream.

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Design Boom

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from early july until late november 2017, LG are seeking to aid creatives in developing new products and architectural projects using their latest lighting innovation. the thin, lightweight and ultra-flexible OLED panels stimulate a vast range of new application opportunities, whilst still delivering natural illumination. the LG OLED light collaboration program supports designers, manufacturers and architects alike to transform their, once seemingly impossible ideas due to economics or access, into reality.
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Inhabitat

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Forget bug spray — LG recently unveiled a new smartphone that repels mosquitos using sound waves. The India-exclusive K7i smartphone is a fairly ordinary phone with a 5-inch HD display, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. Except its unique Mosquito Away feature sets it apart from other devices. By using ultrasonic sound wave technology, pesky mosquitos are supposedly driven away from the vicinity of the phone.
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Retail Design Blog

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Wea Studio, based in Italy, has signed the new concept store of Slam placed in the “Piazza Azzurra” of Costa Smeralda’s Yacht Club. This store besides being a sales space, is a place where consumers approach the philosophy of the brand and keep up to date with the latest of sailing world. The inspiration for the project derive from the principal characteristics of this italian brand, leader of the technical nautic clothes.

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