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Delay of 12.9-inch iPad due to Common Sense

Delay of 12.9-inch iPad due to Common Sense

Earlier this year we first heard of the idea that Apple would create an iPad with a 12.9-inch display. That’s absurd, I thought - why on earth would Apple create a tablet larger than their smallest notebook? What possible reason would Apple have for making an iPad with a display larger than the standard iPad/iPad Air size they’ve got today? Surely they can’t be serious?

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GT bankruptcy puts Apple in control of Sapphire

GT bankruptcy puts Apple in control of Sapphire

GT Advanced is Apple’s partner in their yet-to-be-opened Sapphire Glass facility in Arizona. The facility is near completion, and with a possible ocean of Sapphire Glass flowing from the desert soon, GT Advanced filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. In examining the circumstances surrounding that filing, it seems Apple could be poised to own the facility themselves.

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Sharp announces 7-inch MEMS-IGZO tablet coming 2015

Sharp announces 7-inch MEMS-IGZO tablet coming 2015

Earlier than the projected 2017 launch, Sharp has just revealed that it has a tablet ready for 2015 bearing a new mix of display technologies. Bearing Qualcomm's MEMS and Sharp's IGZO, this still unnamed tablet will boast of high-speed display on thin panels with almost the same energy-saving efficiency of e-ink in greyscale mode when needed.

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Acer 28-inch 4K G-Sync XB280HK Monitor Review

Acer 28-inch 4K G-Sync XB280HK Monitor Review

After previewing the G-Sync technology all the way back in December of 2013, we’ve been chomping at the bit to get the chance to check out a real-deal consumer-ready G-Sync monitor. Today we get to bring that to you with the Acer XB280HK. This 28-inch beast also brings on 4K resolution for good measure.

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Samsung SD590C curved display aims for gamers

Samsung SD590C curved display aims for gamers

Would that you were a gamer right this minute, you’re likely not using a gaming-oriented Samsung display. That may very well change in the near future as the 27-inch Samsung SD590C is introduced, complete with a display that’s 1920 x 1080 pixels dense, LED with Mega DCR, and rolling with a panel that’s curved (VA/ 4000R).

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TinyScreen thumb-sized display supports full color

TinyScreen thumb-sized display supports full color

One of the key elements that anyone who is into making their own electronic devices needs is a screen. Often the size of the screen controls how large your project is overall, and if you want small, TinyScreen is the ticket. TinyScreen is the size of your thumb and still supports full color.

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DisplayMate takes the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for a spin

DisplayMate takes the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for a spin

DisplayMate, who has been singing Samsung's praises for quite some time now, has something new to chew on. Now that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are out in the wild, it can get its tests running again on the new smartphones from the company that started the whole "Retina" trend. And the results might surprise you.

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AOC gaming display joins the G-Sync party

AOC gaming display joins the G-Sync party

This week the hardware manufacturers at AOC have revealed their 24-inch Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync technology. This is the most updated version of the G-Sync monitor we saw earlier this year at CES in our large G-Sync Monitors hands-on from NVIDIA’s special event.

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AOC’s Anti-Blue Light technology protects against LED monitor harm

AOC’s Anti-Blue Light technology protects against LED monitor harm

AOC, maker of displays, has developed a new technology it says will help keep your eyes safe from the damage caused by long-term exposure to shortwave blue light. Called Anti-Blue Light, its new technology will safeguard those who use LED displays, which are the offending devices.

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Samsung’s curved display brings flex to your desktop

Samsung’s curved display brings flex to your desktop

You'd be forgiven for thinking that if you wanted a curved Samsung display you'd need to cough up thousands for one of its huge TVs, but a 27-inch display could bring some flexed screen tech to your desktop. The Samsung S27D590C isn't going to impress guests to quite the same extent as a 60-inch curved Ultra HD OLED might, but the claim is more immersive gaming and entertainment on a more domestic scale.

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DisplayPort standard updated for 4K monitors

DisplayPort standard updated for 4K monitors

As monitors continue to get more pixel-dense, one well-heeled standard is being scaled equally to remain pertinent. The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) is announcing the DisplayPort 1.3 audio/visual standard, which brings in more bandwidth to help you push pixels along without lag or degradation.

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Incredible MEMS-IGZO displays coming in 2017

Incredible MEMS-IGZO displays coming in 2017

Many displays on mobile devices are LCD, a technology that’s a bit long in the tooth. Sharp, in conjunction with Qualcomm, is working to create a new type of display, one they hope will forge a new path for small displays. Called MEMS-IGZO, the new display tech leans on the hard work of both companies equally.

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