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AppleInsider is reporting that Apple might be moving toward providing anti-glare options on more of its Macs, a move that would undoubtedly bring joy to anyone opposed to unbearable glare when using their machine in anything more illuminated than an underground cavern. The company moved to glossy d

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Sony may be putting some of its Blu-ray technology to a different, but still HD, use as the Nikkei reports it plans to cover LCDs , OLEDs, solar cells and anything else it can find with \"Moth Eye\" to reduce glare. By putting tiny bumps on the display film, it can apparently cut reflection to 0.1-per

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