Eh... I am sort of confused... WebOS had a lot of potential versus early iOS and even earlier android.. But now with a 3 year hiatus with only nominal input from the user community I don't think it stacks up well at all against the competition especially on a large screen like a TV. My other concern is if LG moves towards webOS on their TV's this will further detach their other devices like android smartphones and tablets from the living room experience and fragment the LG experience as a whole since I don't think they will be going with webOS on phones or tablets any time soon.
This can only hurt LG if it doesn't go well and they will fall further behind in the connected TV market race.
Won't affect me though as I would never consider buying an LG tv any way.
They would not have bought it without a plan in place. This is probably saving them money in the long run, and they get to tweak it any way that they want to.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
I'm a little saddened by this. WebOS had major potential years ago, and now it's just being relegated to a freaking TV screen.
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