11/01/2011, According to a bunch of engineering researchers over at the University of Toronto, they lay claim to having developed the world’s most efficient organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) -on plastic. Basically, this means manufacturers now have an alternative apart from rigid glass, which could very well pave the way for a future that sees dirt cheap flexible displays – which in turn, will result in cheaper devices if some of the […]
10/26/2011, The makers of the infamous Gorilla Glass, Corning, has a new material they would like to introduce that they’re calling the Corning Lotus Glass, which sounds a lot less fierce and seems to bring about feelings of zen and tranquility.
10/18/2011, Yup, it’s official folks! The third generation Nexus device by Samsung is now official, and it looks it will be going by the Galaxy Nexus moniker instead of the Nexus Prime name that we have been hearing so much about. As far as hardware specs are concerned, it’s pretty much the same specs that was leaked earlier on today.
10/06/2011, The Samsung Nexus Prime, or rather the Galaxy Nexus (the Nexus Prime was just a codename for it) was thought to have been teased in Samsung’s Unpacked event teaser video, as pictured above. While specs of the device have only been speculated on, BGR has reportedly managed to get their hands on the full specifications of the device, which is expected to be unveiled at Samsung’s Unpacked event next Tuesday.
10/04/2011, [CEATEC 2011] Curved displays are definitely something worth looking at – it is somewhat mesmerizing in its very own way just like how a child walks through the glass tunnel of an underwater world for the first time in his/her life. Well, Mitsubishi’s effort with the curved display you see here definitely makes most hearts skip a beat the first time they see it in action. Known as the Diamond […]
09/08/2011, Have you ever wished you could roll up your phone and put it into your pocket? While that future may not be upon us just yet, concept designer by the name Heyon You has created a concept Samsung device that has made use of Samsung’s flexible and foldable AMOLED display.
08/31/2011, Sony had a cool looking headset that displayed stereoscopic 3D images which was paraded at CES earlier this January in Las Vegas, and it is always nice to see a concept come together to be realized in the actual world. It seems that Sony will be working on the HMZ-T1, where it is tipped to arrive in the Land of the Rising Sun this coming November 11th in Japan. The […]
08/26/2011, Imagine a world where you can have electronics that you can keep inside a tiny address book in your back pocket when not in use, and then pulled and extended to a larger 4″ device when it needs to be used. Well, it looks like we’re one step closer to having such gadgets at our disposal, thanks to the engineers over at the University of California, Los Angeles. The engineers […]
08/22/2011, A while back there were rumors that Apple was planning its very own 55” OLED television while partnered with LG. Well it looks like if you were hoping to get your hands on the rumored television, LG Display’s CEO Kwon Young-Soo has come out and denied those rumors. The reason is because “Apple is still pessimistic about using OLED displays” according to sources who were involved in the matter.
07/22/2011, Stereoscopic 3D technology has certainly proved to be one of the more popular showcase appliances for many major consumer electronics players at CES earlier this year, but the adoption of 3D HDTVs are perhaps not as explosive as industry analysts expected. Perhaps the general consumer feel that it is not quite a need yet, and even if you were to rely on a passive shutter system, you will still need […]
07/05/2011, How would you feel about a phone that is about the size of a pen, and that you could roll up when not in use, and roll out to display a screen when you wish to make your calls or perform tasks on the device? If that got your attention, then the concept i Roll phone by India-based designer, Sudhanwa Chavan, might be something you could be very interested in, and […]
06/03/2011, Toshiba has come up with a special OLED lamp designed for emergencies like the quake-stricken areas of Japan. Powered by four AAA batteries or a rechargeable pack that can be changed by solar or USB, it produces 53 lumens of light at 100% and can last two hours on the AAA batteries, twenty if you lower the brightness, and even more is you use the battery pack. Here is where […]
05/27/2011, It seems that rumors of the next generation iPad (the iPad 3 for now, unless Apple drops an unwitting clue someway or another) are untrue, and Apple’s iPad 3 will not be supporting an OLED display as initially speculated – as a new report touts that Samsung is unable to produce enough of such 9.7″ displays in order to meet the massive demand that Apple’s products tend to generate. According […]
05/24/2011, NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster, is currently making leaps and advances on the development of thin, flexible displays – keeping their fingers crossed that a roll-up TV is on the cards sometime down the road. This is a task that NHK has been working on for several years now, and their latest prototype of the flexible OLED screen will be paraded at an open-day event at its R&D center in Tokyo […]