Monday, December 9, 2013

Where is Palm webOS now?

WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesùs.

Want to know where is webOS now? It is with Enyo on LG Silicon Valley Labs. What is that?

Silicon Valley Lab (SVL) is LG Electronics’ (LG) Silicon Valley-based research and development lab. LG sees the web as the platform of the future. LG mission is to make the web standard on all of LG’s devices. LG also believe that innovation should be based on open standards and available to a wide range of devices. 

This is what LG says about the LG Lab site in the USA:
"LG’s investment in webOS and SVL broadens our company’s leadership in consumer electronics. We are developing exciting and innovative technologies that provide consumers with a more intuitive experience across a wide range of products."


The next generation, web-centric platform built to run on a wide range of form factors. It is a proven operating system that enables users to deliver the same seamless and intuitive interactions everywhere. There are exciting developments in the works and we’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, if you want to get a feel for some of what webOS has to offer, check out our free and open source version, Open webOS.


Enyo is a JavaScript app framework helping developers build native-quality HTML5 apps that run everywhere — from phones and tablets to PCs and TVs. Originally developed for the HP TouchPad, Enyo has powered thousands of webOS apps. Now available for cross-platform development, Enyo supports virtually every major mobile and desktop platform. Enyo's elegant component model makes it simple to build and maintain even the most complex application, as well as create components you can reuse and share with other developers. As an Apache 2 licensed open-source project, Enyo is 100% free to download and use.

In February 25th,2013, LG Electronics Acquired webOS from HP to Enhance Smart TV since then we have had just some leaked pictures of webOS running on a Oracle VM VirtualBox using Ares for a  LG smart TV launcher emulator. However it seems LG 3D Smart TV with webOS on, stills on the way as you can notice on the above LG 3D TV remote control picture. 

Source: LG

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