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LG has found another way to bring webOS back from the dead

Despite HP’s very best efforts to kill it, it seems webOS will never die. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that LG is going to use Palm’s little-platform-that-couldn’t-quite to run a new smartwatch >>

Now we know where failed smartphone platforms go to die

One of the weirder trends that I’ve noticed at CES 2015 so far is the resurrection of three thought-to-be-dead smartphone platforms that have been brought back to life as smart TV platforms. Panasonic announced >>

Palm’s webOS resurrected in an LG TV

Palm’s last mobile operating system, webOS, will find new life in LG televisions. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the first new webOS television will be showcased in January during >>

LG reportedly hedges Android bet with webOS acquisition

Try though it might, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) just can’t seem to kill Palm’s legacy. With Samsung (005930) dominating the Android market and Google (GOOG) getting ready to finally make serious use of its $12.5 >>

WebOS opens up at last [video]

WebOS, the dearly departed mobile operating system developed by Palm and purchased by HP (HPQ), is open source at last. HP on Friday took the wraps off of Open webOS 1.0, which has “an OpenEmbedded build that >>