LG is set to show off an upgraded smart TV at CES 2015, powered by a new version of webOS that offers an "intuitive and convenient" user experience.
The operating system has moved around to a handful of companies over the years, but it's gaining new life under LG.
The operating system is an open-source alternative to Android and the many other operating systems available on mobile devices right now.
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LG says the platform will be updated next year and will power all of its Internet TVs -- and possibly other devices for the home.
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Given the cold shoulder by HP, WebOS was picked up by LG more than a year ago, leading to a simpler type of smart TV interface.
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