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Contact lens displays and even synthetic retinas just got real as 'nano-pixels' are discovered

Contact lens displays and even synthetic retinas just got real as 'nano-pixels' are discovered

By 11 July 2014

Scientists at Oxford University have discovered a new "nano-pixel" that will mean displays on contact lenses, in car windows and flexible screens are all possible. It could even mean synthetic retinas in your eyes. The discovery was made when researching... >>

Samsung envisions a 'display centric world' - where even your cutting board is a display

Samsung envisions a 'display centric world' - where even your cutting board is a display

By 30 December 2013

The display group at Samsung has envisioned a world in which everyone is connected through displays, from coffee mugs to car windows.  How Samsung wants to achieve this has been highlighted in a video shown at a recent investors' meeting. Samsung takes... >>

Avegant Glyph wearable Virtual Retina Display beams images right into your eyeballs

Avegant Glyph wearable Virtual Retina Display beams images right into your eyeballs

By 24 December 2013

Avegant is developing a wearable display called Glyph that uses a Virtual Retina Display to beam images right into your retinas. It is lighter, use less power and should be clearer than screen alternatives. And the Avegant model is going to debut at CES... >>

Samsung serves divorce papers on Apple, will no longer supply display tech

Samsung serves divorce papers on Apple, will no longer supply display tech

By 23 October 2012

Samsung will no longer provide Apple with LCD panels, ending a long-standing partnership and increasing an already bitter rivalry between the two technology giants.  The Korean manufacturer has been the main provider of liquid crystal display panels... >>

Ultra High-Definition becomes the official term for 4K displays

Ultra High-Definition becomes the official term for 4K displays

By 19 October 2012

The Consumer Electronics Association has officially named 4K technology “Ultra High-Definition”, after a unanimous vote. The decision was made to make it more obvious to consumers what 4K technology means. The CEA has also laid out the criteria to... >>

Apple to use LG and AU Optronics displays in iPad mini, to arrive October

Apple to use LG and AU Optronics displays in iPad mini, to arrive October

By 31 August 2012

The iPad mini will initially use displays made by both LG and AU Optronics Corporations according to reports. Apple will use the two companies' panel technology to equip the much anticipated, though yet to be confirmed, iPad mini’s 7.85-inch display.... >>

AOC's myStage iPhone docking display features 23-inch full HD display

AOC's myStage iPhone docking display features 23-inch full HD display

By 17 August 2012

Plug your iPhone or iPod device into the AOC myStage display dock and you’ll be able to beam your photos and videos on to its 23-inch full HD display.  The myStage dock (which also goes by the name AOC e2343Fi) display offers a 50,000,000:1 DCR contrast... >>

iPhone 5 to have Apple's thinnest ever screen

iPhone 5 to have Apple's thinnest ever screen

By 17 July 2012

Apple is said to be employing a new LCD display into the upcoming iPhone 5 that integrates touch sensors, meaning no extra layer of glass is needed to make it sensitive to touch. The technology will ensure the next-generation iPhone will house the thinnest... >>

World's thinnest display as scientists create soap bubble screen

World's thinnest display as scientists create soap bubble screen

By 2 July 2012

Japanese scientists have demonstrated how it is possible to view images, including 3D, on a screen made from soap. A Tokyo-based team says it is the world’s thinnest transparent screen, while the technology could eventually be used by a wider audience... >>

Nokia reveals Smart Group Shot at Windows Phone Summit enabling back and forth photography

Nokia reveals Smart Group Shot at Windows Phone Summit enabling back and forth photography

By 20 June 2012

Nokia has used Microsoft's Windows Phone Summit to reveal a new piece of technology that enables users to grab the best possible photograph by going back and forth in time. Well we say new, but it's actually very similar to the same camera trickery RIM... >>