Display technology is making possible new kinds of devices from wearables to giant displays.
BlueStacks is using the same tech that has snared 10 million users for its service that allows Android apps to run on Windows PCs.
Samsung’s latest strategy? Nabbing tiny stakes in companies it relies heavily on.
Apple may have overestimated just how many display panels (and other components) it needed to meet the iPhone 5′s demand.
Viewsonic debuted a new line of touchscreen display monitors at the 2013 CES today that are targeted at the next generation of PCs.
Applied Materials’ new technology will make even better displays possible.
Samsung is severing its display deal with Apple as the relationship between the two companies continues to go downhill.
Sony modernizes the user interface for its network for videos, music and games.
Mersive’s Solstice software lets multiple users use one display.
Editor’s Pick Touchscreens will double to a $31.9 billion market by 2018.
Seven major LCD display makers have agreed to pay more than $553 million for illegally conspiring to fix prices of thin film transistor (LFT) LCD panels used in television, computer and laptop screens. Samsung Electronics, Sharp and Chimei Innolux are paying the largest portion of the proposed multi-state antitrust settlement, which still requires court approval.
If you need further evidence that Japan’s display business isn’t so hot today, just take a look at the newly formed Japan Display, a joint small and medium-sized display venture between Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi.
The next wave of the electronic display industry will come in the form of small portable devices such as foldable 3D TVs and wall-sized displays such as interactive signs.
Two large manufacturers of liquid crystal displays (LCD), Toshiba and Sony, are in talks to combine their LCD operations into a new entity, according to Reuters.
Tablet screens are about to get a whole lot sharper. Samsung today announced a new 10.1-inch display for tablets with an incredibly high resolution. And LG — which builds the iPhone 4′s sharp Retina Display — has some new display technology in the works.
Expect to hear the somewhat disturbing term “electrowetting” thrown around over the next few years. Samsung announced yesterday that it completed its buyout of Liquavista, a company focused on next-generation electrowetting display technology, last month.
Sharp is gearing up to spend around $1.2 billion on expanding its product lines for small and midsize LCD panels, most of which are meant for Apple’s iPhone, Reuters reports.
Apple’s new MacBook Air laptops may be gorgeous, but they’re not without problems, according to users complaining about screen issues. Now there’s word that Apple is aware of the problems and is working on a software fix, according to an internal memo published by the gadget site Boy Genius Report.