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Screen protector film lets ordinary handheld devices display 3-D content

Screen protector film lets ordinary handheld devices display 3-D content

Most smartphone users know that your shiny new device won't stay shiny and new very long if you don't use some sort of protection film on the screen. If you slip an unprotected smartphone into your pocket along with keys or other small items, odds are you'll pull it out with scratches all over the display. While most screen protector films are only designed to reduce scratches, or reduce glare a new project promises to do more than keep scratches away.

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Eizo remote displays connect to computers over the LAN

Eizo remote displays connect to computers over the LAN

Eizo is a company that has been making high-end displays for computer users for a number of years. The company is particularly well known for its high-end LCDs that are designed for graphic designers and the medical industry. The company has announced a pair of new 17-inch LCD network monitors that have integrated LAN connectivity enabling them to connect to remote PCs.

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Amazon files patent for wirelessly powered “remote displays”

Amazon files patent for wirelessly powered “remote displays”

A patent filed by Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos, and Amazon's Vice President, Greg Hart, shows that Amazon may be launching a new, and different series of cloud-based Kindles in the future. The patent filed to the United States Patent and Trademark Office shows a remote display that will wirelessly receive its power and its data from nearby base stations. It also shows that the new "remote display" can potentially be implemented into car windshields and possibly a device similar to Google Glass.

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The Mill LA teams with Sonos Studio for “Bugs” interactive multimedia experience

The Mill LA teams with Sonos Studio for “Bugs” interactive multimedia experience

This week the folks behind VFX studio The Mill LA have joined with Sonos Studio for an interactive multimedia installation event that'll be going by the name of "Bugs!" This installation will be living in Sonos Studio from the 5th of April until the 5th of May. This installation will mash together the greatness that both groups can provide: six massive displays combined with six Sonos PLAYBAR units, each of them depicting a Bug that'll blow your mind.

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Apple patents wrap-around AMOLED display

Apple patents wrap-around AMOLED display

This week Apple's industrial designers and inventors have found their way back into the USPTO with a patent filing for a wrap-around display. This means that you'll have a device that's got a display that's wrapping around its sides rather than just sitting on the front - AMOLED in technology, too. You'll have brightness and light coming at you from all directions!

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Galaxy Note III screen size inadvertently outed by Samsung accessory

Galaxy Note III screen size inadvertently outed by Samsung accessory

It would appear that right on top of the launch of the GALAXY S 4, an accessory detail, of all things, may have outed the prospective screen size for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note III. With the launch of the Samsung GALAXY S 4 we've seen Samsung's willingness to stick with the nature-themed hardware body of their device lineup. With the Samsung Game Pad detail list released today, we're to understand that the screen size for the Galaxy Note III may very well be a monstrous 6.3-inches.

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Google Chromebook Pixel Review

Google Chromebook Pixel Review

Google certainly put on a spectacle when they announced the all-new Chromebook Pixel, and the display is truly wonderful. Everything about this new Chromebook is top notch. The design is elegant, the screen is crisp and beautiful, but we still have what many would probably agree is a love-hate relationship with the Chrome OS. Add in a touchscreen for our smartphone accustomed brains and we could really have something here. However, read on to find out if the $1,299 price is worth the risk.

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MyMultitouch 84-inch 4K touch-display hands-on: Angry Birds goes massive

MyMultitouch 84-inch 4K touch-display hands-on: Angry Birds goes massive

Angry Birds on an 84-inch 4K tablet? Not quite, but if your iPad or Nexus 10 simply isn't big enough or high-res enough, MyMultitouch has an 84-inch beast to offer instead. The Germany company is showing off its biggest multitouch table/display to-date at CeBIT, a vast 3.840 x 2,160 Ultra HD screen called the Alvaro GIANT capable of running Windows, Android or most anything else, and we couldn't resist getting our fingers all over it.

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Plastic Logic unveils 42-inch flexible plastic signage prototype

Plastic Logic unveils 42-inch flexible plastic signage prototype

Technology in the display market is evolving all the time. One of the most interesting technologies in the market are flexible displays that allow the creation of curved signage. Those flexible displays could also eventually find their way into the smartphones and other devices that we all know and love allowing for new form factors. Plastic Logic and TOPPAN have announced they are unveiling the world's first 42-inch flexible digital signage prototype Japan.

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Acer H6 monitors now available: “zero frame” in full effect

Acer H6 monitors now available: “zero frame” in full effect

This week the folks at Acer have brought on a new H6 series of monitors, made to be the company's newest and best in both hardware quality and media delivery. These monitors come in two sizes: 21.5-inch and 23-inch, with Full 1080p HP IPS panels delivering viewing angles up to 178 degrees - hot stuff! These two new SKUs will be available immediately if not soon at retailer near you as well as online across the country - have a peek!

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