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  1. There are numerous articles that have popped up stating that LG plans to go full force and have all its TVs powered by webOS in 2015. In addition, LG plans to release an updated version of webOS as well. Sounds like LG is going "all in". WSJ is reporting that other home devices may be powered by webOS as well and it hoped to get ahead with developers and app development for webOS: http://online.wsj.com/articles/lg-plans-to-use-webos-software-to-power-all-internet-connected-tvs-next-year-1403777631 CNET is reporting similar: http://www.cnet.com/news/lg-plans-new-webos-for-all-of-its-2015-smart-tvs/ Tech Times as well: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/9259/20140626/lg-readying-new-webos-for-future-smart-tvs.htm