On February 10th, the Enyo Team unveiled Enyo 2.4. Among the many improvements there are two especially great features that will make webOS the best TV operating system out there.
If you like news (is there somebody who hates news?), you were likely a user of Google Reader which was one of the best RSS platforms out there. Unfortunately, this great product was discontinued (Hint: It’s not the only great product with this cruel fate!) and so apps like NomNomNom, which I was a big fan of, became suddenly useless.
Most platforms were lucky enough to get alternatives: Feedly is one of the best and most used successors of Google Reader. It works wonderful on Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, and hell there is also a client for Symbian!
If you visit this blog often, you probably miss one OS in that list. Well, stop it!
It’s only a few hours left till LG starts its Press Conference on CES 2014.
Continue reading Countdown to LG’s CES 2014 press conference
Since 2013 is over, we would like to end using the twentythirteen WordPress theme.
As you may have already noticed, we started using a customized version of a theme called twentyfourteen (a coincidence?). We think it’s much more suitable for a news site with the amount of news we write at the moment.
Look at the gorgeous slider on our homepage which you can control with a swipe of your finger (at least if you have a device with a touchscreen), a click of your mouse, or a tap of the left or right arrow keys on your keyboard!
Please bear with us as we are fixing the last color and widget issues. We appreciate all feedback in the comments or via mail!
Happy New Year!
Image via Berzinger23
2013 is almost over and what a year for webOS it has been! Ok, so it’s been pretty sleepy around here, but there are many things that webOS users have been “given” over the years that we are certainly still using. In fact, these things are what make being a webOS user still fun, easy, and relevant today. So, for the next 12 days…let’s call it the “12 Days of webOS-mas”…we’ll be paying homage to 12 of the most important technologies, apps, utilities, and functions of webOS. The first one comes tomorrow so after you wake up from your “afternoon-gift-coma-nap” head on over and check it out.