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We've had a feeling Philips wasn't really in love with the TV market lately, and now word comes from the New York Times that it will no longer manufacture displays for North America. The name -- and apparently the high concept Ambilight designs -- will still be on shelves, courtesy of a five year d

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LG.Display, née LG.Philips, will soon have a little less Philips in it, after the Netherlands portion of the collaboration sells off about 23 million shares (valued at $1 billion). Why Philips is distancing itself (dropping from an original 44.6% share of the company to 19.9% before this sale

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Not even two months after Syntax-Brillian announced that it would be acquiring at least 700,000 LCD panels from Sharp during 2008, along comes word that the firm will also be on the receiving end of a similar deal with LG.Philips -- er, LG Display, we should say. Nomenclature aside, the agreement b

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Not even two months after Syntax-Brillian announced that it would be acquiring at least 700,000 LCD panels from Sharp during 2008, along comes word that the firm will also be on the receiving end of a similar deal with LG.Philips -- er, LG Display, we should say. Nomenclature aside, the agreement b

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We never were intensely fond of that little dot taking the place of a space between \"LG\" and \"Philips\" anyway, but apparently, someone higher up has an even bigger problem with it. All joshing aside, LG.Philips will soon sport a little less Philips and a lot more LG as the South Korean flat-panel m

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Try to contain yourself when we rattle off the following list of specs for LG.Philips's latest A4 sheet of flexible e-paper: 14.3-inches, 1280 x 800 pixels, 16.7m colors, 300 micrometers thick, full 180° viewing angle. It'll be at CES, but apparently only for Korean models to hold and love. The

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LG.Philips seems to never get bored with finding ways to better the displays our dear eyes scan so, so much, and we'll be straight up, it's hard not to get excited over its latest development. Apparently, the outfit has conjured up a method for ensuring that LCD panels resist smudges, and if that wa

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Although we're sure clever consumers could put a 20.8-inch QXGA (2,048 x 1,536) display to good use, LG.Philips' latest is aimed squarely at the medical market. Deemed the \"highest resolution panel of its size,\" this unit also touts a 600 candela brightness and In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology t

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Although we're sure clever consumers could put a 20.8-inch QXGA (2,048 x 1,536) display to good use, LG.Philips' latest is aimed squarely at the medical market. Deemed the \"highest resolution panel of its size,\" this unit also touts a 600 candela brightness and In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology t

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LG.Philips is far from being a newcomer to the cellphone display realm, and while it claimed to have cranked out the \"world's slimmest\" LCD for mobiles around this time last year, it's now boasting about one with an uber-thin bezel. Reportedly, the outfit has conjured up a 2.4-inch a-Si TFT-LCD, wh

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LG.Philips is far from being a newcomer to the cellphone display realm, and while it claimed to have cranked out the \"world's slimmest\" LCD for mobiles around this time last year, it's now boasting about one with an uber-thin bezel. Reportedly, the outfit has conjured up a 2.4-inch a-Si TFT-LCD, wh

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We know that many consumers like their flat panels big and cheap even at the expense of quality. No doubt then, Vizio's new \"full-HD\" 52-inch LCD rumored to sell at Costco next month will be a hit. The $2,200 sets are even said to carry an LG.Philips panel according to DigiTimes' Taiwanese supply ch

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We know that many consumers like their flat panels big and cheap even at the expense of quality. No doubt then, Vizio's new \"full-HD\" 52-inch LCD rumored to sell at Costco next month will be a hit. The $2,200 sets are even said to carry an LG.Philips panel according to DigiTimes' Taiwanese supply ch

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A busy day on the OLED front this morning with both Samsung and LG.Philips announcing new AMOLED goods. Samsung announced the \"world's thinnest\" 2.2-inch Active-matrix OLED display (pictured above) which touts a 320 x 240 resolution, 262k colors, 10,000:1 contrast ratio, 100% NTSC color gamut, and

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You've already seen Samsung's new LED-backlit LCDs for 2007, now check what cross-K-town rival LG.Philips has in store. Last week's ICDL 2007 had LG.Philips demonstrating their 47-, 26-, 15.4-, 12.1-, 8-, and 7-inch LED backlit LCD panels. The big daddy 47-inch panel appears to be the guts of the L

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