It's been almost a year since LG bought the webOS project from HP, and reports now suggest that the firm is preparing to show what it's done with the project in a few weeks time at CES.
According to ZDNet Korea, LG officials have revealed to investors that the platform will be launched at CES in two weeks time.
LG acquired the open-source OS from HP - the US tech giant having previously used the system to power its short lived TouchPad device - with the intention of using it to improve its stake in the smart TV market.
HP's webOS powered TouchPad
It was Palm, however, that first created the platform, plugging it into its range of Palm Pre handsets - criticially acclaimed, but commercially unsuccessful.
LG will be hoping that its new webOS devices will be met with huge amounts of consumer interest, as the firm looks to kick start a power shift in order to gain ground on rivals Samsung.
[Source: ZDNet Korea]