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LG pushes WebOS into digital signage

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LG is launching a new line of “all-in-one” digital signage systems that run the Linux-based WebOS, including new HTML middleware for app development.

A month after unveiling its first WebOS-based device at CES, the LG Smart TV, the Korean consumer electronics giant has nudged the old Palm- and HP-owned mobile Linux operating system into digital signage. The announcement was made as part of a preview of LG’s 2014 signage products this week at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas.

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