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Star Wars Christmas Lights Video Goes Viral

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

CES 2015: LG will unveil its New 4K Ultra HD TV with Quantum Dot Technology

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

Budweiser Super Bowl 2015 Ad leaks

The Best 2014 Super Bowl Ads

The Best 2014 Super Bowl Ads

Tesla Roadster Makes Comeback

Tesla Roadster Makes Comeback

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The Future of MeeGo Tablets

The Future of MeeGo Tablets Where is the display-size sweet spot?

Nov 3 2010, 3:32pm CDT

Pixel Qi Screens Hit Mass Production

Pixel Qi Screens Hit Mass Production Pixel Qi's transreflective LCD screen combines the best of LCD with the best of E-Ink, allowing your netbook/tablet to be ultra-battery efficient. It's also much easier to read on than a traditional LCD screen. While...

Apr 28 2010, 10:39am CDT

Pixel Qi Screen Kits: June 2010

Pixel Qi Screen Kits: June 2010 Ah, Pixel Qi, the holy grail of tablet screens. The one advantage a device like the Kindle has over a tablet (aside from price) is battery life. The E-Ink screen is just too damned efficient for a standard LCD screen to...

Mar 7 2010, 1:41pm CST

CES 2009: LG unveils Sunlight illuminated LCD Display

CES 2009: LG unveils Sunlight illuminated LCD Display LG has developed a 14.1 inch LCD panel for notebooks that is illuminated by sunlight instead of the backlight unit when used outdoors. LG's new, sunlight illuminated, energy efficient LCD panel will debut at the CES...

Dec 22 2008, 2:26pm CST

OCB Display

OCB Display Early today we reported about Toshiba to delay SED TVs. Here is another display technology Toshiba is involved in called OCB. OCB stands for Optically Compensated Bend and is pioneered by Toshiba Matsushita Display...

May 25 2007, 4:00pm CDT

Samsung mSWV+ Wide Angle Mobile Displays

Samsung mSWV+ Wide Angle Mobile Displays Samsung developed mobile displays with 10 inches or smaller that allows viewing of ultra-sharp LCD images at a 160-degree viewing angle in a variety of low or high ambient lighting conditions. Samsung's proprietary...

Mar 21 2005, 3:05am EST

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