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If you're a numbers geek, you're trying to be scientific about your next smartphone purchase, or you just like pretty colors, you might appreciate DisplayMate's latest report rounding up examples of all (well, most) of the latest and greatest display technologies out there: IPS LCD, Super AMOLED, A...

September 30th 2010 at 11:45pm 0 Comments
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After gathering in front of Apple's offices in Taiwan earlier this week, protesters are now demanding a substantive response from Apple by the end of the month regarding alleged workplace labor and safety violations at Wintek, one of Apple's display component suppliers. Labor groups associated with...

May 29th 2009 at 1:00pm 0 Comments
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Admit it: you love digital photo frames. You love them so much, in fact, that you would be thrilled if NEC were to come up a heart-shaped LCD panel so you could get something like the prototype pictured here. Well, that's exactly what it did with its new "complex, non-rectangular TFT LCD modules."...

May 19th 2008 at 11:03am 0 Comments
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Lagerosi asked on the general forums if The Frozen Throne was in fact the end of the war between the Alliance and the Horde. Jheric clarified our current faction status well: What exists now is essentially a cold war, with the two factions fighting in proxy areas such as Warsong Gulch and Arathi Bas...

August 24th 2007 at 4:30pm 0 Comments
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Now that SED technology is on the verge of kicking the vapor filled bucket, how about another advanced display technology to tie your insanely high hopes to? Optically compensated bend -- oh wait, this isn't new -- technology is supposed to provide clear viewing in sunlight, "wide viewing angles, a...

May 27th 2007 at 8:17am 0 Comments
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Oh boy, another bendy display we won't likely see on the market any time soon. This time it's Sony's turn to tout with this, their 2.5-inch, 160 x 120 pixel OLED display on a flexible plastic film. Better yet, this organic TFT delivers a relatively stellar 16.7 million colors compared to the 262k a...

May 24th 2007 at 9:29am 0 Comments