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Sony Shows Glasses-Less OLED 3D TVs

01/09/2011, Sony was demonstrating glasses-less OLED 3D capable displays in its booth. The demonstration was effective, and the color/brightness/contrast was really good (granted, the demo was done in a dark room). Sony had the good taste of using a fairly subtle...

iPad 2 Display Suppliers Revealed, No AMOLED

12/08/2010, DigiTimes is reporting that Coretronic will supply LG Display and Chimei Innolux with backlights for the next generation iPad 2 displays. Mention of a backlighting unit from Coretronic rules out any hope that Apple would switch over to an AMOLED display...

Samsung Could Commercialize Rollable OLED TVs In 2013/14

12/07/2010, Samsung Mobile Display’s senior manager, Kim Seong Cheol, has introduced a 0.2mm flexible AMOLED display that can be easily bent and the company is apparently capable of producing a 0.1mm thick (thin?) flexible AMOLED display. With such technology...

Samsung Foldable 3D OLED TV Concept Hints at Future of TV

11/30/2010, Samsung recently showed off a flexible, foldable 3D TV concept that hints at the future of 3D TV. The OLED panel can be folded and would give better viewing angle of the 3D content that is playing so that the viewer doesn’t need to sit directly in...

Samsung Introduces A 7-inch Super AMOLED Display

11/03/2010, One of the nitpicks that some folks have with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab is the lack of Samsung’s popular Super AMOLED display and now Samsung Display is debuting a new 7-inch Super AMOLED panel at the FPD-International exhibition in Japan in two...

Nemoptic OLED display works in tandem with Binem display

10/11/2010, Nemoptic introduces a world’s first by merging a low-power, black-and-white display with a full color OLED, resulting in a dual-mode display just like the Pixel Qi. Basically, it enables the user to rely on the reflective Binem component whenever...

ROHM OLED micro-display

10/04/2010, [CEATEC 2010] OLED displays are just about to get into devices like camcorders, thanks to this micro-display. Such displays using LCD or even DLP (for different applications) are common, but OLED one might be just about to take over. Among the key...

Toshiba Gives Up On OLED Mass Production

10/01/2010, While the world seems to be experiencing a shortage of AMOLED displays, there is further bad news in the form of an announcement that Toshiba has confirmed that it plans to drop its plans to mass produce OLED displays. Toshiba Mobile Display, together...

Mitsubishi Diamond Vision OLED display to go on sale

09/13/2010, Mitsubishi certainly thinks that bigger is better, and has prepared its 100-inch Diamond Vision OLED display to go on sale from September 21st onwards. Of course, those who are feeling extra flush can always fork out more for larger sizes, which will...

Samsung To Increase Its AMOLED Production Capacity By Tenfold

09/06/2010, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Samsung Mobile Display will be using Samsung’s new $2.1 billion factory (that is currently in construction) to increase its display production. If you’ve been keeping up with the news, you’ll...

Carl Zeiss Cinemizer receives OLED technology

09/06/2010, Carl Zeiss’ Cinemizer head-mounted display has received a hardware upgrade in the form of OLED displays inside, which should further increase the image quality whenever you place them in front of your eyes. There is one major drawback about the...

Concept: Philips Fluid Smartphone With Flexible OLED Display

08/18/2010, Flexible OLED displays seem to be allowing designers to exercise their imagination more when designing future phones, and that was probably the case with the Fluid smartphone concept design that was designed for Philips. The phone looks like a slim...

Konica Minolta to mass produce flexible OLED lights

08/16/2010, Konica Minolta aims to achieve yet another first in the world with the mass production of flexible OLED lights sometime later this year. This comes about after receiving the manufacturing technology from GE which relies on polymer light emitting materials...

HTC Confirms Desire And Nexus One Switching To SLCD Displays

07/26/2010, Whispers of such a move have been going around for a while now, and now it’s officially been confirmed that HTC will be dodging the issue of the OLED/AMOLED shortage by replacing the AMOLED display on the HTC Desire and the Nexus One with Super LCD...