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LG webOS 2.0 for Smart TV brings the speed

LG webOS 2.0 for Smart TV brings the speed

LG has made clear their intentions to bring the next generation of TV user interface to the masses with webOS TV 2.0. This system will be appearing on next-generation televisions from LG, and will include features that make it both faster and more convenient to the user. This system will be appearing only on LG Smart+ televisions, and it's unclear at the moment which currently-released televisions will be getting the update - if any will, that is to say.

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HP prepares for total webOS shutdown on 15 January 2015

HP prepares for total webOS shutdown on 15 January 2015

The next few months will be sad ones for remaining fans of the ill-fated webOS platform. HP has just updated its Developer FAQ page that marks the beginning of the end for webOS, at least from its part of the webOS world. Remaining owners of (the very few) webOS devices out in the wild will soon have no place to go to, presuming they haven't left for greener pastures. However, whether or not it is really the death of webOS depends on what its new curator plans to do with the operating system.

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LG webOS smartwatch plans revealed

LG webOS smartwatch plans revealed

LG is working on a webOS smartwatch, bringing the reluctant-to-die platform to the wrist according to a rapidly yanked developer preview page. The company has already used webOS, which it acquired from HP back in February 2013, on select smart TV models, but it seems the company's ambitions stretch beyond simplifying the home entertainment UI.

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LG’s EC930T Curved OLED 55″ TV includes webOS

LG’s EC930T Curved OLED 55″ TV includes webOS

LG's beautifully designed 55-inch OLED television, the EC930T model, has arrived and it runs webOS, the same smart TV UI seen on some of the company's other high-end TVs. The model has many noteworthy features, not the least of which is a uniquely designed stand that stands out from the crowd.

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Pebble hires webOS designers for UI-evolution

Pebble hires webOS designers for UI-evolution

This week the folks at Pebble have made official their hiring of two new professionals to their design team. Both Itai Vonshak and Liron Damir will join Pebble as Head of Product/UX team and Head of Design respectively. This moves comes after the reveal of Pebble Steel earlier this year and Pebble Fresh, Hot, and Fly earlier this month.

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LG webOS TV opens arms to devs (and hopes for some app love)

LG webOS TV opens arms to devs (and hopes for some app love)

The smart TV scene may be increasingly the preserve of affordable set-top boxes like Chromecast and Fire TV, but LG isn't giving up on its webOS plans, pushing out the tools it hopes will encourage developers to get onboard. Freshly released, the webOS TV SDK will allow developers to cook up apps for LG's sets, test them on a TV emulator, and then package them up for distribution to the new app store.

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WebOS Mochi design language released as open source

WebOS Mochi design language released as open source

The legacy of Palm is almost all but gone but bits and pieces still live here and there. Now the team behind WebOS has just released Mochi, a software design language meant for the mobile platform that unfortunately didn't see the light of day. Until now.

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HP WebOS class action settlement reached

HP WebOS class action settlement reached

The saga of WebOS has been running for years now. Palm was the first to roll out the OS as an attempt to compete with Apple and Google in the smartphone wars. Eventually Palm failed and HP bought the OS and Palm as a whole. That purchase of Palm and WebOS turned out to be very bad for HP with the company losing money in major fashion when its aspirations failed and it too sold off WebOS to another firm.

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LG webOS TV hands-on

LG webOS TV hands-on

With the newest implementation of webOS, LG is aiming for ultimate simplicity in their smart TVs across the board. What we’re seeing in this first iteration - ready for the market this year, mind you - is just that. Moving forward with a simple line of boxes which you’re able to select by moving back and forth with a cursor makes webOS as easy to use as it’s ever been.

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LG webOS TVs, HD, OLED pricing and release details shared at CES 2014

LG webOS TVs, HD, OLED pricing and release details shared at CES 2014

In a press conference for the full LG spread of devices this week at CES 2014, the company made clear their intentions on pushing the full range throughout the year. They’ve brought on the formerly HP-owned webOS system for a variety of televisions, and they’re pushing Gallery OLED TV, curved model Ultra HD machines, and a variety of smart sets throughout the course of this event and to the market later this year.

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LG bares WebOS Smart TV plans at CES 2014

LG bares WebOS Smart TV plans at CES 2014

As hinted over the past weeks, LG had something in store regarding the nearly dead WebOS platform in time for CES 2014. While the Korean manufacturer hasn't yet unveiled a specific TV model running the mobile system yet, it did reveal what it has in mind for upcoming devices.

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LG webOS TV set for CES 2014 debut features Cards navigation

LG webOS TV set for CES 2014 debut features Cards navigation

Word has been circulating since about mid-December that LG is planning to unveil a new smart TV powered by webOS at CES 2014. The webOS operating system hasn’t exactly found a successful niche in the tech world so far and LG thinks that niche may be in the smart TV market.

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