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OLED lighting wallpaper

04/01/2010, Forget about light bulbs if LOMOX has their way – they have come up with OLED lighting wallpaper that aims to provide adequate ambient lighting no matter the room, and will definitely go a long way in reducing power consumption compared to regular...

Sony Plans To End OLED TV Sales In Japan

02/15/2010, You might still be drooling over Sony’s 11-inch OLED digital TV (Bravia XEL-1), but it seems that the folks over in Japan are already over it. Sony has confirmed that it stopped production of OLED TVs in Japan, and sales of OLED TVs will end when...

Kateeva working on cheaper OLED displays

02/12/2010, Kateeva is currently working on developing a cheaper range of OLED displays, using a new system that prints such displays instead. Apparently, Kateeva’s manufacturing process has proved to print 1.8-meter by 1.5-meter OLED displays, using up only...

HP opens first wind-cooled data center

02/12/2010, HP is first to roll out a wind-cooled data center in the world, and in the process making it the most efficient data center to date. Located near the North Sea in northeast England, it is fully air cooled with eight 2.1-meter stainless steel and plastic...

Mitsubishi parades really large OLED display

01/27/2010, So the rumored Apple tablet will purportedly come with an OLED display, although there are quarters who have a counterpoint in claiming Samsung has more than enough on their hands to be able to fulfill Apple’s demands, but Mitsubishi takes the cake...

OLED digital displays could revolutionize cardboard gaming

01/25/2010, Traditional board games are currently on the uptrend as they take the digital step from the tabletop to desktop, but researchers from Canada’s Queen’s University want to go one step further by introducing OLED display technology which...

Asus OLED ebook reader

01/17/2010, Word from The Times of the UK reports that Asus will be rolling out a new ebook reader to join the many other ebook readers in the market with an OLED-capable version that also boasts Flash playback support. Apparently, Asus will also throw in Wi-Fi and...

Cadillac XTS Platinum concept has OLED display

01/13/2010, Want to purchase a new set of wheels that will blow your budget by another few grand? Simple, just pick up one that uses an OLED display and you’ll meet with an inflated price tag, instantly. That’s what the Cadillac XTS Platinum concept...

Scanner concept uses OLED

12/30/2009, Ashish Chaudhary’s conceptual design of a pocket size scanner points toward a trio of segments, comprising of the display itself, a power unit and storage. The display screen is broken down into three layers of a roll out scanning bed, where the...

OLED dress from PolyPhotonix

12/11/2009, PolyPhotonix of the UK has unveiled its OLED dress which was designed by Gareth Pugh. This is made possible thanks to flexible OLED lighting panels alongside low-cost long-life solar cells. With this in mind, it could mean that OLED-endowed clothing could...

Transparent 15-inch OLED display by LG

10/28/2009, LG has demonstrated a 15″ transparent OLED display prototype. While using these displays on personal computers doesn’t seem so great, imagine what transparent displays can let one build, especially in retail spaces, architecture or even...

Monster Mitsubishi 155-inch OLED TV

10/08/2009, So you think you’ve got a huge TV in your living room? Wait till you check out Mitsubishi’s insane 155″ OLED TV that is currently on the showfloor of CEATEC 2009 in Japan. This is a good 5″ larger than Panasonic’s 150″...

OLED Chandelier

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 2009] As OLED becomes cheaper to produce, it will be used not only for displays, but also for lighting. The main advantage of OLED is that designers are given much more freeedom when compared to traditional or fluorescent bulbs. This chandelier...

Sony shows off OLED all-display laptop concept

10/06/2009, [CEATEC 2009] Sony is showing a few cool OLED prototypes: a reader, a bracelet and a laptop. The most eye-catching one is the all-display laptop that ditches the physical keyoard in favor of a virtual one. It looks amazingly light, but you can bet that no...