- News tagged "webos"
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
At the 2015 International CES that's running from January 6 to 9 in Las Vegas, LG Electronics will be unveiling new TVs running the company’s newest WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform. The company is also working with Amazon and Netflix to bring 4K content to its TVs.
Tuesday, 11 Nov 2014
Spotify Premium users now have yet another device to enjoy their music; while new users get to create an account through the app and enjoy up to 30 days trial of the service.
Thursday, 25 Sep 2014
LG has brought the number of TVs in its OLED TV lineup to three with the launch of the 55EC930T. Sporting LG’s WRGB OLED tech, the company claims this super-slim curved TV offers the ultimate in picture quality.
Friday, 23 May 2014
LG has announced a new OS for its smart+ TV lineup. This new WebOS platform lets developers create applications, and enhances the compatibility of LG's smart TVs with other devices.
Monday, 6 Jan 2014
Close to a year after acquiring WebOS from HP, it seems like LG is ready to debut its WebOS-powered smart TVs at CES 2014.
Friday, 25 Oct 2013
According to Bloomberg, HP is trying to find potential buyers for its portfolio of mobile patents including those related to WebOS, the smartphone and tablet OS that HP acquired when it bought Palm Inc. in 2010 for US$1.2 billion.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2013
The story of WebOS takes another turn as LG Electronics has bough the platform from HP. Rather than being used for smartphones and tablets, LG will be using WebOS for its Smart TVs.
Thursday, 14 Feb 2013
If rumors are to be believed, HP might be making a return to the tablet market. But instead of trying to resuscitate WebOS, the new devices will feature Android OS and are expected to be powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip.
Saturday, 10 Dec 2011
HP has decided that webOS will live on as an open-source project, with its CEO Meg Whitman mentioning that the company might produce another webOS tablet sometime in 2013.
Wednesday, 9 Nov 2011
When HP called for a meeting with webOS employees on Tuesday to discuss about the fate of what used to be the most promising mobile operating systems out there, everyone thought that a decision has been made. Turns out it was the exact opposite.