In 1958, LG Electronic was founded as GoldStar (Hangul:금성). It was established in the aftermath of the Korean War to provide the rebuilding nation with domestically-produced consumer electronics and home appliances. LG Electronics produced South Korea's first radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. GoldStar was one of the LG group with a sister company, Lak-Hui (pronounced "Lucky") Chemical Industrial Corp. which is now LG Chem and LG Households. GoldStar merged with Lucky Chemical and LG Cable in 1995, therefore the corporate name was changed to LG Electronics (Lucky-Goldstar).
LG Electronics launched an OLED TV in 2013 and 65-inch and 77-inch sizes in 2014.LG Electronics introduced its first Internet TV in 2007, originally branded as "NetCast Entertainment Access" devices. They later renamed the 2011 Internet televisions to "LG Smart TV" when more interactive television features were added, that enable the audience to receive information from the Internet while at the same time watching conventional TV programming. In November 2013, a blogger discovered that some of LG's smart TVs silently collect file names from attached USB storage devices and program viewing data, and transmit the information to LG's servers and LG-affiliated servers. Shortly after this blog entry went live, LG disabled playback on its site of the video, explaining how its viewer analytics work, and closed the Brightcove account the video was hosted on. By December 2013, the page itself was removed from LG's website.
Company : LG Electronics
No of Posts : 1750+
Qualification : Graduation/ Post Graduation
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Salary : 24,000 - 38,000 p/m
Last Date : 28/10/2015
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