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Samsung flexible tablet concept shows transparent future

Samsung flexible tablet concept shows transparent future

Samsung's Mobile Display division has taken some time off from creating rollable, bendable AMOLED panels to throw together a concept video of what the transparent, flexible tablet of the future might look like. According to the clip, our smartphone will unfold to also do duty as our tablet, with the transparent sheet being used to frame photos, enable augmented reality style translation and geo-location services, and show gesture-controlled digital magazines.

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Nokia: Flexible Kinetic smartphone possible within 3 years

Nokia: Flexible Kinetic smartphone possible within 3 years

Nokia's Kinetic flexible smartphone concept could hit the market in less than three years, the company has confirmed, offering not just a bendy screen but an entire device that can be twisted and squeezed. Shown off at Nokia World earlier this week as part of the company's research drive, the Kinetic concept would simply require putting together existing technologies Head of Design, Technology Insights Tapani Jokinen says.

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Samsung flexible display phones & tablets in 2012

Samsung flexible display phones & tablets in 2012

Samsung has reiterated plans to launch smartphones using flexible displays next year, with twistable tablets and other devices following on. "The flexible display, we are looking to introduce sometime in 2012, hopefully the earlier part" Samsung spokesperson Robert Yi confirmed during the company's financial results call, PC World reports, going on to detail that "the application probably will start from the handset side."

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Apple, E Ink, ITRI and Samsung Top Field in SID 2011 Display Awards

Apple, E Ink, ITRI and Samsung Top Field in SID 2011 Display Awards

The Society for Information Display (SID) sent out their top Gold awards to the groups they felt deserved recognition in the area of global advancement of electronic display technology. Lots of words there adding up to SID being the authority on telling people which manufacturers are putting out the best displays. This year's Display of the Year awards are what the press release below notes as easily subtitled the “Up Close and Personal” awards. Big winners include Apple, E Ink, and Samsung. For what did they receive such great honors?

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Samsung develops sweet foldable AMOLED screen with no seam

Samsung develops sweet foldable AMOLED screen with no seam

There are a lot of good reasons to have a mobile device like a smartphone or MID that has a large screen. More screen space is typically very welcome when you are watching a movie or playing a game. The downside to having a larger screen is that the device is more bulky and can be harder to carry around with you. I have seen some concepts before that have dual screens and the device opens to make a larger screen for the pair of smaller ones, but they have a seam in the middle that bothers me.

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LG Display promises Samsung-slaying AH-IPS high-res screens

LG Display promises Samsung-slaying AH-IPS high-res screens

Samsung can't expect to have all the display attention to itself at SID 2011 next week, with its WQXGA PenTile panel; LG Display is bringing an "ultra high resolution" range of LCDs itself, and it has everything from smartphone screens to tablet and TV scale displays. The new LG Display panels use Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching (AH-IPS) for 1.5- to 2-times the resolution of typical LCD panels.

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Samsung Near Field Communication Chip with Embedded Flash Memory Announced

Samsung Near Field Communication Chip with Embedded Flash Memory Announced

Samsung isn't just focusing on in-home entertainment. The company has just formally announced their brand new Near Field Communication (NFC) chip, which features embedded flash memory. The technology will allow for devices to connect peer-to-peer instantly, and without hassle, to WiFi or Bluetooth connected devices. The hope is that the transfer of data will become faster, and more streamlined, with the new technology. It's also meant to be a low-power solution for better RF sensitivity.

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T-Mobile Samsung Tab Review

T-Mobile Samsung Tab Review

Samsung's Galaxy Tab is beginning its staggered rollout across the US carriers, and T-Mobile has been the first to make its play. We've already comprehensively reviewed the European version of the Galaxy Tab and Verizon Galaxy Tab, finding it an interesting - if expensive - alternative to the iPad; however, the North American models (and the T-Mobile version in particular) differ from what's on sale in Europe. Read on for our T-Mobile Galaxy Tab review.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab Review

Samsung's Galaxy Tab proved to be the product of IFA 2010, and has seldom left the headlines since its Berlin debut. Seven inches of Android slate, it promises to be the open alternative to Apple's iPad and the poster-child for Google's OS done right on a bigger display. It's also prompted some significant criticism, with even Steve Jobs weighing in on how suitable the Tab's screen and OS are to tablet use. Plenty to live up to, then, not least the price tag; check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Metro PCS launch 4G LTE network & Samsung Craft featurephone

Metro PCS launch 4G LTE network & Samsung Craft featurephone

Metro PCS has followed up on its promise - and beaten far bigger rivals in the process - to launch its 4G LTE network in the US, but it's chosen a less than exciting handset to mark the occasion.  $55 per month gets you unlimited, contract-free LTE access in Metro PCS' single initial market - Las Vegas - though you'll also need to shell out $299 (after a $50 rebate) for the Samsung Craft.

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