Can you believe that we’re talking about this again? Long ago, it was Palm and HP’s product. What does LG want to do with it… other than TVs?
LG has formally taken the wraps off webOS 3.0 designed for a range of smart TV sets slated to go official at CES 2016 in Las Vegas next month.
LG’s mobile roundhouse is all over Android. Its Smart TV lineup is powered…
In honor of webOS’s sixth birthday, we introduce to you 6 awesome features that have yet to be poached from webOS. Enjoy.
It has been six years since it debuted at CES 2009. More importantly it’s been three years since it was killed, and yet we’re still writing about webOS.
Evidence for an LG webOS smartwatch continues to build, but is this only a prototype, or a soon-to-be commercial product?
According to a recent report, an LG webOS smartwatch could arrive early next year, while another smartwatch should be unveiled soon.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks where a Google Nexus 6 was spotted, Apple Pay dates, webOS smartwatch & more
A special website hosted by LG has popped up. While it lived, it referenced an SDK (software development kit) for… wait for it… an LG webOS smartwatch!
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent rumors on the iPhone 6 LTE-A, HTC One M8 for Windows, Pebble WebOS team & more
Learn about the fresh Pebble webOS hires, and how these industry veterans will be turning their attention to smartwatches.
LG is bringing webOS back to life, but not in the form we expected. Does a webOS TV mean good things or a return to mobile for the platform in the long run?
Find out which carriers will be part of the LG G Flex US launch, and get a look at the company’s new fitness tracker.
webOS lives today in its legacy. All three major platforms have adopted so much of webOS into themselves that the legacy of webOS is assured to live on.
Two years and one week ago, Leo Apotheker, then-CEO of HP, changed…
The HP TouchPad Go was to be HP’s 7″ offering in a time before 7″ tablets existed. But it was tragically murdered before it could see the light of day.
Today marks the anniversary of the release of the first webOS handset,…
From nostalgic looks at webOS to the latest Nokia EOS rumors, we talk a ton of tech on this episode of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast. Join us!
HP has shocked the world by buying webOS. Again. They re-enter the smartphone arena having learned form their past mistakes and are ready to take on iOS and Android in about 3 years or so.
LG has pruchase a good chunk of HP’s webOS operating system to use in their upcoming line of smart TV’s. Is this the end of webOS as we know it?
webOS has by far the wackiest and strangest lifespan in the history of mobile tech. Her’es a comprehensive look at the life and times of webOS
LG announced plans to use webOS in televisions and possibly other appliances in the future. However, there was no talk of webOS smartphones in the mix. We’re left wondering if webOS can survive much longer.
Find out what LG’s got in store for HP’s old webOS smartphone platform.
HP finally delivered on a promise to the webOS community by announcing Open webOS 1.0 last week. Read on to see what it means -and what it doesn’t- for fans of Palm’s beleaguered platform.
For those looking forward for the Open webOS platform to grace their current hardware comes a piece of bad news: there will be no support for existing device.