webos 3.0

LG 65UH8500 LCD Ultra HDTV Review

PRICE $1,700 AT A GLANCE Plus HDR10 plus Dolby Vision HDR Great color Wide viewing window Minus Middling black levels Backlight artifacts THE VERDICT LG’s


HIGHS Perfect Black levels/Contrast Excellent HDR performance/versatility Outstanding Color Super-friendly user interface Excellent viewing angle LOWS Slight screen glare The LG B6 OLED TV is

LG 55UH770V review

OUR VERDICT The 55UH770V makes a great first impression thanks to its glinting metallic design and welcoming webOS menu system. It even looks like a

LG 32LH604V review

Verdict Exciting picture and bold sound make this 32in LG a good proposition – if you can live with that sluggish interface For Glossy, deep


As we’ve seen time and time again, newer OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TVs tend to top our charts due to their incredible contrast and vivid

LG OLED55C6V review

Verdict LG continues its fine form with this impressive-looking, future-proofed 4K OLED For Dolby vision and HDR10 support UHD Premium-certified Rich, punchy hues Hugely insightful

LG OLED55B6 Hands-on Review

KEY FEATURES 55-inch OLED TV Native 4K/UHD resolution HDR 10 and Dolby Vision HDR support WebOS 3.0 smart system Multimedia playback from DLNA and USB

LG Signature G6 OLED 4K TV Review : The Best Gets More Colorful

THE GOOD Exceptional picture clarity Stunningly thin design Excellent off-center viewing Strong audio quality THE BAD Motion artifacts in upscaled content Stratospheric price tag VERDICT

LG will show off new webOS 3.0 for smart TVs at CES 2016

webOS started out life as an open source descendant of the now defunct Palm OS, initially geared to become a mobile platform to stand tall

LG webOS 2.0 review

Pros Exceptionally user friendly Very efficient use of screen real estate Stable and slick OS Cons No 4oD or ITV Player apps Setup menus are

HP TouchPad Review

  We’ve been demanding a tablet running webOS for years now, and it’s taken HP’s new stewardship of the software to guide just that onto