LG unveils a cheaper G3 that comes with a Galaxy Note-baiting stylus

LG unveils a cheaper G3 that comes with a Galaxy Note-baiting stylus

Have we reached complete, utter, smartphone product launch saturation? Nah. Here’s another one. LG’s latest (and not unexpected) announcement has some charm of its own, fusing a G3-esque body and UI with a 5.5-inch screen and a new stylus that looks like it’ll slide into the phone. (LG’s prior stylus models sometimes had the pen accessory float around separately — it wasn’t a good thing.)
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Casio’s new action cam detaches from its own touchscreen viewfinder

Casio's new action cam detaches from its own touchscreen viewfinder

If you haven’t quite got on the action cam bandwagon, or you’re looking for a viewfinder bigger than a postage stamp, perhaps Casio’s EXILIM “freestyle” camera will do the job. Coming in orange, camo green and white options, it’s made of two different parts — the lens and a separate screen that can be used both attached and detached. In a sign of the times, there’s also a foldable docking option that makes it ideal for selfies. If you fold the lens back onto the display, then you have something closer to a typical camera — albeit one with a tiny screen. The camera will, naturally, arrive with a plethora of straps, clips and tripod accessories to ensure it attaches to everything adventurous in your life and both parts are water- and dustproof (IPX6). Continue reading →