LG wants its US consumers to share the most creative and unusual ways of using home appliances in the idea competition Smart Discoveries.
These days at CES, the world’s largest tradeshow for consumer technology, one may see the tomorrow of the domestic appliances, home entertainment, computer and phone devices and much more. The biggest ground-breaking innovation in the field of home entertainment is probably the new generation of OLED TVs—curved and super-thin, with deeper, richer colors and stunning contrast,—unveiled by two rivals, Samsung Electronics Co and LG Electronics.
LG encourages the US nation to tackle bullying and help create the friendly atmosphere in communities across the country. The tech giant supports Cartoon Network’s ‘Stop Bullying: Speak Up’ campaign by launching an initiative at the sixth annual LG U.S. National Texting Championship next week on August 8. The brand will encourage people in the US to enter a simple message ‘Join LG’ and send it to 27777 during the special ‘Text for the Cause’ round. Each text pledge will bring $1 to Cartoon Network from LG (up to $50,000)—the donated money will be spend on distributing more bullying prevention toolkits for middle and high schools across the country.
Being in the trend means not only to know something or buy something, it also implies ‘being there.’ LG is offering its fans in Britain a great opportunity to be among those who will attend the biggest events of this summer including One Direction, The Voice UK and The X-Factor Tour Live to be hosted at the LG Arena. The electronics giant is to give away over 100 tickets through a one-of-a-kind cross-country twitter scavenger hunt #LGTicketHunter, which launches on June 6.