Smart TVs are starting to creep into our living rooms slowly but surely, thanks to a decent Internet connection that has made its way into just about every single home. LG, for instance, is said to debut a new Smart TV that will run on the now defunct webOS. No idea on just how LG intends to go around implementing a webOS-powered Smart TV, as it sure as heck is a whole lot harder to develop compared to what we hear on paper. LG did sign an agreement with HP to make use of the webOS service earlier in 2012, where engineers from both companies have worked together, and LG is said to have sent its dual-core L9-powered motherboards to webOS employees for further in-house testing.

Apart from that, the people over at webOS Nation did say that some of the more popular Smart TV applications such as Netflix will be rebuilt from scratch via the Enyo software that was used for developing HTML5 apps. Could we be looking at a webOS Smart TV prototype appear at CES next year?

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