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Tamuz OCM 404 W HD OLED quadruple rack monitor

03/15/2010, Tamuz has readied its OCM 404 W HD OLED quadruple rack monitor which is the first of its kind in the world, where it is capable of displaying Standard Definition, High Definition and graphic signals. Each of the four OLED displays are 4.3″ in size,...

Microsoft thinks AMOLEDs are the way to go

03/10/2010, Folks at Microsoft – their engineers, specifically, have been reported to pick black backgrounds in Windows Phone 7 simply because it will come in handy when working with AMOLED displays – after all, AMOLEDs and OLEDs do not consume any juice...

Mitsubishi And Pioneer Partner To Produce OLED Lighting Panels

03/08/2010, Mitsubishi Chemical and Pioneer look like they’re placing a lot of importance on printable OLED lighting, as they’ve both formed a strategic partnership and plan to begin full-scale mass production with a launch of illumination appliances in...

ePassport With AMOLED On Display At CeBIT

03/08/2010, We previously mentioned to you about the AMOLED display touting ePassport from Bundesdrukerei, and it seems that this modern passport was on display at CeBIT. This slim passport was developed with Samsung SDI, and it features a bendable AMOLED display, so...

Flexible OLED Rolltop computer

03/04/2010, Check out this flexible OLED Rolltop computer that can be wrapped around a dock in a similar manner to that of a sushi roll, although we do wonder just what kind of battery is able to live up to such rigorous conditions during use. Definitely something we...

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...

Arkanoid played on uOLED display

02/12/2010, Here’s a retro game that virtually everyone loves, or at least have had a hand in it before – Arkanoid. This time round, Anna Ceguerra managed to make it function on the uOLED-128-G1 display. Bear in mind that this is not meant to be a 100%...

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...

PureDepth Multi-Layer 3D OLED display patent acquired

02/09/2010, PureDepth has successfully gotten hold of a Multi-Layer 3D OLED display patent which does away with the need for 3D glasses, offering actual depth thanks to its technology that relies on at least a couple of displays, with one placed in front of the other...

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...

Adjustable OLED Color Temperature

01/13/2010, A Taiwanese university is showing some rather interesting OLED technology. What the folks there have done is they’ve discovered a way to simulate sunlight with OLED lighting technology. This is done by varying the voltage running through the OLED...