January's CES will see LG show off its new Smart TV range, starring the latest 3.0 update to its webOS platform with its "magic" features.
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When you're buying a TV, you have to satisfy a bunch of different criteria. Price, size, features, picture quality — all these matter in a different way to different people. You usually have to make some compromises, too, and you'll usually end up picking something around the middle of the pack. Enter the LG LF6300 — it's not an Ultra HD or super-luxe OLED TV, but is still LG's best 1080p LED TV for the year of 2015.
Rumours have circulated for some time now about LG working on an open, webOS-powered smart TV. Now, a leaked image provides a glimpse at what that might actually look like.
Remember that time Chubby Checker wanted to sue HP over a penis-measuring WebOS app that was also called "Chubby Checker"? There's more fun to come: ol' Chubs just got the go-ahead to sue the pants off HP.
LG has announced that it has acquired the much-troubled webOS from HP. But instead of using it to power smartphones or tablets, it's planning to roll out smart TVs that will make use of the OS.