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On this week's show: Google is the favorite in the market to buy out light field camera maker Lytro while Huawei is said to be taking a slugging in the US.
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?
PalmPilot and TouchPad fans have some shivers at what might come (or not) come next major trade show and TCL is keeping it vague.
Very little is known about what "Fuchsia" might hold for those working with Google's current operating systems, but the code may be there for a culmination.
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 by a heritage mobile operating system, webOS. You might look at that product and think that it’s competing with what Google’s Chromecast offers. It’s not exactly the case, though, thanks to the completeness of LG’s software integration into its TVs. That means content deals like this one don’t present a major conflict to either Google or LG.
It certainly helps that LG’s getting more content anyways as it is beginning to take in Google Play Movies & TV content. [...]
In honor of webOS's sixth birthday, we introduce to you 6 awesome features that have yet to be poached from webOS. Enjoy.
Is what LG's asking for its Watch Urbane LTE pricing untenably high?
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.
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!
Fanboys have their place in mobile technology. But when your platform dies, it's time to move on because you're only cheating yourself.
Learn about the fresh Pebble webOS hires, and how these industry veterans will be turning their attention to smartwatches.
HP doesn't have the best reputation in the mobile tech space. But, we do have a thought that could help make an HP smartwatch interesting if not successful.
Qualcomm acquires Palm as well as a large number of patents from HP, as the official press release states. Check out the details as Palm changes hands again
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?
Tune in to the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly as we talk Lumia 2520, new iPad mini, and the trend toward ridiculous phone sizes!
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 face of mobile technology. To some, it was reconstructive plastic surgery. To other, it was the popping of a pimple. But regardless of your perception, a face was changed.
To commemorate the occasion, Managing Editor Anton D. Nagy challenged me to brush off my Pre 3 after about a year of retirement, and fire that puppy up again. My task for the week was to use my Pre 3 and webOS as my daily driver – as much as possible. [...]
Yes, there's more to today's Pocketnow Weekly podcast than Galaxy S 5 rumors. Also inside: iOS 7, Galaxy S 4 Zoom, & Nokia EOS salivating! Give it a listen!
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, the Palm Pre. As such, you’re bound to see plenty of nostalgic looks back on the much-beloved platform throughout the day – and we’re certainly no exception. But beyond all that, we have ourselves somewhat of an oddity today, with some actual webOS news crossing our desk – that’s saying something for a platform that’s been shuttered for the better part of two years.
This development concerns one of the key digital signatures webOS uses to authenticate communication with HP’s [...]