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On this week's show: the Trump administration plays with nationalizing private-sector infrastructure, the spec wars continue on in China and Huawei prepares for launch.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
Those who owned the G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X and experienced bootloops during usage are apparently getting vindication.
LG G4 users unaffected by the bootloop epidemic should be delighted to see the official Android 7.0 Nougat update kicked off in the OEM's homeland.
Erica Griffin, The Technology Nerd That Likes to Film Stuff, has filmed her takes on the OnePlus 5 and Xperia XZ Premium. We chat with her on our show!
Virgin Mobile has confirmed that it has extended the warranty of its LG G4 over this stark issue while Rogers and Fido are working on it.
One man's misfortune is another one's gain, and while LG V10 and G4 users stateside still need to wait for Nougat, LG K8 V owners can rejoice.
The class, which consisted of G4 and V10 owners, is about to grow as Girard Gibbs, LLP, is looking for affected G5, V20 and Nexus 5X users.
LG can't escape the consequences of its bootloop blunders forever, facing a class action lawsuit started by several disgruntled G4 and V10 users.
The two phones are rapidly approaching their two-year software support clock and the company said that they aren't ripe for Nougat. But they'll get it.
Don't think you'll be able to afford or just not that excited about the LG G6? Get the LG V20 at 50 percent off from AT&T, or a dirt-cheap G4 on eBay.
The issues are considered quite pressing and are being addressed in an early-release software patch before Android has issued its monthly bulletin.
Newegg goes for Amazon and Best Buy's jugulars this Cyber Monday with pretty special and compelling deals on the ZTE Axon 7, Honor 8, and more.
The "US open market" LG V20 smartphone joins select European versions of the V10, G5 and G4 on the OEM's official bootloader unlock program.
If the LG G4 felt dreamy at $280 or $290, the latest eBay listing bringing its unlocked price down to $180 takes your fantasies to the next level.
If you're not reading this on July 1 and didn't get to take $350 off the Galaxy S6 edge, you've got a whole July 4th weekend of savings at T-Mobile.
If you trade in a major flagship from Apple, Samsung, LG or HTC from last year and it's in good condition, you'll likely get close to $300 for it.
Just when you thought the LG G4 couldn't possibly get any cheaper, B&H has it on sale at $280 with a bundled gratis leather back cover to spare.
Previously, only iPhones from the iPhone 6 onwards got Wi-Fi Calling on AT&T. The LG G4 is the first Android phone to get the capability.
Still in the market for an LG G4 or G3, despite the G5 being the flavor of the month? If you hurry, you can get the two at all-time low prices from Woot.
Not convinced the LG G5 is worth $600 or so unlocked? The LG G4 can be purchased for less than half that price from a top-rated eBay seller.
If you buy one LG phone, you'll get another one for half-off and also grab a free tablet out the door! But you know there have to be strings attached.
After Verizon, the aging but inviting LG G3 jumps on the Android 6.0 bandwagon on AT&T and T-Mobile as well.