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UCLA develops first fully stretchable OLED

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...

LG denies OLED Apple TV

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...

LG 55-inch OLED TV before 2012 is over

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...

i Roll concept phone aims to be a space-saver

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...

Toshiba limited edition OLED lamp not for sale

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...

NHK develops flexible OLED display

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...

Toshiba flexible OLED display spotted

05/18/2011, We have seen Toshiba’s potential Retina Display challenger earlier in the week, and now we have yet another display from Toshiba to keep your visual senses occupied – we are talking about a flexible OLED display that measures 3″ across...

Foldable AMOLED display never creases even after 100,000 times

05/15/2011, Are you an engineer who thrives on solving problems? Well, it is said that when it comes to the design of mobile devices, one of the biggest challenges to overcome would be to maximize the display while minimizing the size of the device. Researchers from...

OLED microdisplay-based eyetracking Head Mounted Device

04/19/2011, Fraunhofer IPMS is first off the blocks yet again with their latest thingamajic – the first OLED microdisplay-based eyetracking Head Mounted Device (HMD) in the world over at SID 2011. The Fraunhofer IPMS has been working on integrating both sensors...

Chlorine added for cheaper and more efficient OLEDs

04/14/2011, Who would have thought that the solution for cheaper and more efficient OLEDs would come in the form of adding some chlorine? At least, that is the gist of the idea thanks to a team of researchers from the University of Toronto. Their newly developed...

Water-cooled Nintendo Wii – overkill or necessity?

04/04/2011, They say that necessity is the mother of all invention, but we really do question whether that is the case with this Nintendo Wii mod. First of all, everyone knows that among the three consoles (Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3) in this generation, the Wii is the...

Sony TRIMASTER EL OLED monitors arrive in Japan

02/16/2011, Sony has rolled out a new range of OLED monitors that come in 17″ and 25″ sizes, where they will deliver professional hyper accurate color reproduction alongside perfect image quality – doing so without flooding your eyes with motion...

Apple files multiple patents for use of OLED technology

02/09/2011, Could Apple be planning to use OLED display technology in some of its upcoming devices? While the fruity company prefers to use IPS panels for its devices, that doesn’t mean that Apple is totally deaf to the benefits of OLED displays. The reason we say...