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LG and Adidas up 'smart' battle with new gadgets
Lea Jakobiak
29 May 2014 at 8:34 GMT
Video / 29 May 2014 at 8:34 GMT

LG and Adidas up 'smart' battle with new gadgets

Lea Jakobiak
In a bid to up the so called "smartphone war", LG Electronics has launched the LG G3. The company hopes its latest product will be able to take on the likes of the Galaxy S5 from Samsung or the Sony Experia Z2. It's the sequel to 2013's LG G2 and is expected to go on sale in Europe in June for around USD 925.

And sports company Adidas has launched a "Smart Ball". The football sends performance feedback to the player's smartphone and provides a summary of his or her performance in terms of power and speed.

Tech Expert Stuart Miles, Founder of Pocket-lint.com, points out investors really need to be aware that "smart" products are the next big thing as most products and gadgets will soon be connected via internet, "whether it's a football or a kettle".

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