Your dusty old HP printer could be the key to unlocking the next generation of OLED displays.
Samsung has agreed to acquire German organic light-emitting diode (OLED) manufacturer Novaled to help it build more smartphone and television displays.
According to the study of 4,600 adults, 12 percent of us would want to purchase wearable technology, like glasses, on our face. That’s almost 22 million Americans. But more than twice as many — 28 percent — are interested in wrist-based wearable devices. That’s almost 50 million people.
What time is it — about five months before fall, 2013? Then it must be time for testing iWatch.
LG Display hopes to be the first to mass-produce large OLED panels.
Rumor mill, start your engines: this obviously means that Apple is now working on an actual flat-screen Apple TV.
Samsung owns 99 percent of the world’s OLED market. This is one reason why, the company claims, Korean rival LG has been hiring its engineers and stealing its intellectual property.
Sony this morning reported a massive net loss of $2 billion, but Kazuo Hirai, who yesterday was officially appointed to replace Howard Stringer as CEO, has big plans in mind to get the company back in shape.
We spent hours combing the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to sleuth out the most compelling tech trends and the most exciting new products of the coming year.