The LG Watch Urbane LTE runs on the LG Wearable Platform, which traces its roots back to the beloved old mobile operating system.
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.
The Chinese consumer-electronics company wants to resurrect a once-beloved smartphone brand.
LG says the platform will be updated next year and will power all of its Internet TVs -- and possibly other devices for the home.
With WebOS debuting on LG's televisions, CNET takes a look back at the tortured history of the once promising mobile platform.
The TV sets running on Firefox's mobile operating system are available now in Europe and will go on sale worldwide "in the coming months."
The LG Watch Urbane LTE packs its own universal SIM card, so it doesn't have to be paired with a smartphone. But you can't get it outside South Korea -- at least not yet.
LG's much-hyped Smart TV platform is hitting store shelves now, but does its simpler approach beat the myriad other smart devices vying for space in your living room?
The LG Watch Urbane LTE represents a bold move by the company to stand out with a different wearable. But even LG isn't sure if this is a one-off product or a long-term strategy.