LG has two smartwatches for MWC 2015 , but it’s the LG Watch Urbane LTE that’s arguably the most interesting. Packing LTE for standalone connectivity rather than demanding a nearby paired smartphone, and running not Android Wear but a heavily modified version of webOS, it may look like its Watch Urbane sibling , but that’s only skin - or metal - deep.
LG has taken its Android Wear efforts up a couple notches with its upcoming LG Watch Urbane , an incredibly stylish and sophisticated smartwatch that blends in among other snazzy timepieces while bringing smart functionality that trumps the average wrist wearable.
Details surrounding the rumored color display-toting Pebble have leaked this morning just hours before the final, official reveal by the company itself. This smartwatch is very similar to its predecessor, this time coming with a display that includes color.
The platform wars are moving to smart TVs. Don't believe it? Samsung is putting Tizen on all its smart TVs this year. LG 's own sets already have webOS inside. Now Panasonic is joining the fray, but not with an operating system that it has developed itself.
It isn't uncommon for companies to try and squeeze all they can from a winning product, but LG might again be going overboard just a wee bit. Just a week after it unveiled the classy LG Watch Urbane , which has still to make a public appearance at MWC 2015, it is announcing a new variant that might make you think twice about reaching for that new smartwatch.
I’m not certain why we usually don’t cover apps for webOS more often, and yes, that is not a good sign for webOS. However, a recent App known as Splashtop has come to that platform, and I am also surprised that we haven’t covered that, ever. Splashtop allows the user to have “one-click access” to [...]
PreCentral says it has info on HP’s plans for WebOS devices for the rest of the year–including a 64GB white TouchPad, an AT&T “4G” model, a 7-inch tablet, and the Pre 3. Sounds interesting–but judging from the first TouchPad, what WebOS really, really needs is a thorough debugging.
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We already got some hands-on time with HP's sleek webOS keyboard, and now it's the FCC's turn. The skinny peripheral -- that's Bluetooth Keyboard KT-1087 to you -- popped up on the Federal Communications Commission's site, stripped naked for the government filing enthusiasts of the world to collectively ogle.
Spotify is a popular music service that provides access to plenty of music and they just released a version for webOS that works with Palm Pre, Palm Pixi, Palm Pre Lus, and Palm Pixi Plus. In case you didn’t know it is easy to search and stream (even playback offline) music while using Spotify, and [...]