Thursday, December 19, 2013

CES 2014: LG webOS 4.0 Smart TV finally to debut. Confirmed. To revive Palm/Enyo development efforts.

WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesùs.

LG researcher Hong Sung-pyo, speaking at a semiconductor event in Seoul, Korea, said LG`s first webOS product will be a new Smart TV  to unveil at the CES 2014 January 7-10.

LG said it was revamping the interface used by Palm and HP for phones and tablets, adding that it will be "a gamechanger." 

LG Electronics Smart TV applications, such as broadcasting and content in hopes of making it easy to switch between multi-tasking with a focus on the development and progression.

LG Electronics is showcasing a  ARM-based Web OS-based smart TV with  a dual-core 2.2GHz processor and 1.5GB RAM in.

Hong also said LG is going to revive Palm / HP's Enyo development efforts. Enyo is an open-source JavaScript framework for cross-platform applications, and it appears that LG will ask third parties to develop applications using Enyo.

The webOS version after all the improvements the developers team have made LG said is a 4.0 version at this time.

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Source: ZDNet Korea

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