Electronics manufacturer LG has patched a vulnerability in its SmartThinQ home appliances technology that enabled attackers to take over devices remotely.
With LG’s sales not seeing the stellar heights of its major South Korean competitor, can LG’s budget smartphone with 18:9 aspect ratio screen finally break the mould and go bigger than Ben Hur?
Ok, so the new LG Q6 “only” has a 5.5-inch screen, but it does have the 18:9 aspect ratio, it’s $1100 cheaper than the Note8 at $399, and while there’s no stylus, it’s in JB Hi-Fi stores from today.
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