LG Cloud goes global

LG Electronics has indicated that it will roll out its TV-centric Cloud service in over 40 countries around the world by the end of May.

The Korean electronics giant launched the service in the US, South Korea and Russia last year, giving users access to videos, photos and music once it is uploaded to the user’s account via PC client or smart device.

LG Cloud is compatible with LG CINEMA 3D Smart TVs, PCs and Android smartphones.

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  • It will be interesting to see if they can monetize it or if the game plan is to use it as a zero sum sales tool to encourage hardware sales…

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