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  1. Hello everybody, I'm French and new on this forum. I would like to know if it was possible to delete pictures which are "by default" in the storage of my LG webOS TV. I can see those pictures in Smart Share and, in some ways, it "pollute" my pictures. I'm talking about defaults pictures stored IN the TV like the picture of the "red balloon", etc. Any idea ? My TV : 42LB650V Firmware : 04.0.13 ? (don't remember exactly)
  2. webOS TV SDK V1.2.0 Download Installer Download the proper installer. With the installer, you can choose whether to install with network installer or SDK package. Available packages: Windows 32-bit Installer_win32.zip (8.13M) Windows 64-bit Installer_win64.zip (7.52M) MacOS 64-bit Installer_maxosx.zip (7.38M) Linux 32-bit Installer_linux32.zip (7.94M) Linux 64-bit Installer_linux64.zip (7.59M) SDK Package Download the proper SDK package. To use network installer, you don't need to download the SDK package. Available packages: Windows 32-bit webOS_SDK_win32.zip (1462.29M) Windows 64-bit webOS_SDK_win64.zip (1466.67M) MacOS 64-bit webOS_SDK_mac64.zip (1451.31M) Linux 32-bit webOS_SDK_linux32.zip (1463.35M) Linux 64-bit webOS_SDK_linux64.zip (1462.28M) Please visit the LG site for complete download instructions. See the Installation Guide for step-by-step instructions.
  3. Amazon has a 42" LG webOS TV on sale for $499 right now. LG Electronics 42LB6300 42-Inch 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV
  4. Hulu Plus

    Hulu Plus webOS TV App Review. Please post your thoughts on this app. Thank you.
  5. Netflix

    Netflix webOS TV App Review. Please post your thoughts on this app. Thank you.
  6. Facebook

    Facebook webOS TV App Review. Please post your thoughts on this app. Thank you.
  7. Amazon

    Amazon webOS TV App Review. Please post your thoughts on this app. Thank you.
  8. John Lewis turns to LG for own-brand webOS smart TV, available next month. John Lewis will be collaborating with LG on its own-brand smart TV using LG's webOS platform. The details are included in the John Lewis Spring 2014 Technology catalogue, revealing that there will be three sets with 49, 55 and 60-inch screen sizes available for the JL9000 Smart HD TV. The design incorporates a 2.1 soundbar into the stand, so as well as delivering the visuals, it should sound pretty good too. But most of the interest will be around the new webOS interface. Launched by LG at CES 2014, it sees the return of the platform that gained followers across Palm/HP Pre mobile devices for a short time a few years back. It promises to offer a more integrated user experience across your TV, pulling both live and on-demand content into the EPG, delivering all those connected services you expect from a smart TV. John Lewis says you'll have BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Demand 5, Now TV, YouTube, Skype, Twitter and Facebook. You'll also be able to control HDMI devices through the TV interface, although exactly how it will sit with your Sky EPG, for example, remains to be seen. The John Lewis TVs will come with a Magic Remote, which we'd imagine is very much the same as that from LG, allowing you to point and click through the tab-tabed UI, rather than being faced with endless menu scrolling. Source: http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/128621-john-lewis-turns-to-lg-for-own-brand-webos-smart-tv-available-next-month
  9. LG has released its first televisions with webOS in the United States. The cheapest model, a 42″ TV is available at $649. LG acquired webOS from HP last year after HP bought webOS developer and smartphone manufacturer Palm. The TVs are for sale at several U.S. online retailers and are all of the LG LB6300 series with different screen sizes. WebOS is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and it makes it possible to write applications in HTML and Javascript. It was introduced in 2009 and should replace LGs current Netcast platform. LG also has made their own interface based on cards which each show different options and applications. The cheapest webOS based TV is available at $649 and has a 42″ Full-HD screen. The most expensive LG webOS TV sells at $2000 and has a 65″ screen. Source: http://www.myce.com/news/lgs-first-webos-based-tvs-become-available-in-the-us-71042/
  10. Below are some of the latest posted webOS TV videos:
  11. Ahead of its press conference today, the Verge is reporting LG has revealed their webOS TV and said that webOS will be included in @ 70% of its 2014 TVs. First coming to Korea, later to teh US and Europe, then the rest of the world. Source: http://www.theverge.com/2014/1/6/5278848/lg-reveals-webos-tv-platform 2nd Source: http://www.slashgear.com/lg-bares-webos-smart-tv-plans-at-ces-2014-05311247/
  12. Ahead of CES, the image below of the new LG webos TV was leaked on twitter by @evleaks. The image shows May 15th...which is something to think about and the cards interface is a change from the traditional phone/tablet layout. We'll see....