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Just because it's prepared to source millions of flat panels from a joint venture with Sharp, don't think Sony is even close to satisfying its hunger for LCDs. Word from the Seoul Economic Daily is that it may also deal with Samsung on LED backlit televisions (beyond the existing S-LCD partnership,...

August 1st 2009 at 8:19pm 0 Comments
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Bandai's Luminodot is a godsend for the light peg artiste looking to take his work to the next level. What we have here is essentially an updated Lite-Brite with over twice the resolution (read: pegs) of the original. Just like Hasbro's classic toy, several design templates are included with the ki...

September 15th 2008 at 8:05pm 0 Comments
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Samsung's gettin' busy this morning in Korea with the launch of their 70-inch Full HD LCD television. Not only is it the world's largest commercially available LCD, this 1080p pup also brings a 120Hz refresh along with Samsung's local dimming LED backlighting solution for a reported 500,000:1 dynam...

June 14th 2007 at 3:11am 0 Comments
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Samsung's gettin' busy this morning in Korea with the launch of their 70-inch Full HD LCD television. Not only is it the world's largest commercially available LCD, this 1080p pup also brings a 120Hz refresh along with Samsung's local dimming LED backlighting solution for a reported 500,000:1 dynam...

June 14th 2007 at 3:11am 0 Comments
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AUO is showing off their new LCD technology this week at the FPD Taiwan 2006 show. They already improved conventional CCFL backlighting, but their new HiColor Technology with RGB LED backlight ups the available NTSC color gamut from 72% to 105%, eliminating one of the major complaints about LCDs. T...

June 13th 2006 at 7:57pm 0 Comments
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Just when you were feeling pretty smug with your new super-slim ultra-portable laptop, Toshiba Matsushita Display comes along and introduces the world's thinnest 12-inch LCD panel, which will be seen on notebooks much hotter than yours in a few months. Ranging from 2.9- to 4.5-millimeters thick, th...

April 13th 2006 at 9:20am 0 Comments