Super-tiny quantum dots help make more brilliant, saturated colors in a new line of Sony TVs. It's the first appearance of quantum dots in consumer electronics.
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Nanotechnology is starting to pay off in materials that enable colorful liquid crystal displays.
Nanosys, the nanotechnology materials company, has really come through with a technology that makes flat-panel displays much brighter and more colorful without increasing their cost, energy consumption or size.
Yesterday, I got a good look at the “wide color gamut” …