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Dell throws OLED and wireless charging at UltraSharp displays

Dell throws OLED and wireless charging at UltraSharp displays

Just when you think monitors can't excite you any more, along comes something huge, pretty to the eyes, or just plain clever to show you otherwise. Dell has ticked a few of those boxes with its CES 2016 line-up, with the UltraSharp 24 Wireless Monitor and UltraSharp 30 Ultra HD OLED monitor sharing top billing in the range.

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Samsung unveils IoT SUHD Smart TVs at CES 2016

Samsung unveils IoT SUHD Smart TVs at CES 2016

Samsung has announced planned IoT integration with its' new line of televisions. With such an integration, the television transforms from a mere entertainment box into a large central hub of sorts, lending owners access to different element of their smart home. Says Samsung, all of its 2016 Smart TVs will be Internet of Things ready, working in conjunction with the SmartThings platform.

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LG Display brings rollable OLED newspaper to CES 2016

LG Display brings rollable OLED newspaper to CES 2016

LG Display said it was pumping $8.7bn into OLED development, and some of the early fruits of that investment at showing up at CES this week. The company might not have a wide range of products commercially available with the prototype and proof-of-concept screens, but it is looking across more than just living rooms and smartphones for where the panels will be used.

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London begins testing e-ink bus stop signs with real-time schedules

London begins testing e-ink bus stop signs with real-time schedules

There's a reason e-ink (also known as e-paper) technology is such a great fit for e-readers like Amazon's Kindle: it uses very little power and offers high visibility in a variety of lighting conditions. It's no wonder that the black and white digital displays are starting to be used for traffic signs and other real-time information posted outside. Now London started to adopt the technology for its bus stops, launching a trial that has four locations display real-time arrival schedules and more.

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Apple opened secret display lab in Taiwan say sources

Apple opened secret display lab in Taiwan say sources

Sources that claim to be familiar with what's going on with Apple are reporting that the iPhone maker has opened up a secret lab in Northern Taiwan where engineering staff are hard at work. The sources claim that the lab is being used by Apple to work on displays for smartphones and tablets. The facility is located in Longtan and was previously owned by AU Optronics and Qualcomm.

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StarTech USB docks support high-resolution displays

StarTech USB docks support high-resolution displays

StarTech has unveiled a new line of USB docking stations that make it easy for people to add an additional screen to their computers using nothing but a USB port. The docking stations need a USB 3.0 port and work with any Windows 7 or higher PC and Mac OS 10.8 and higher. There are three different models with different display connectivity options to choose from.

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Apple could be moving iPhones to OLED by 2018

Apple could be moving iPhones to OLED by 2018

Long overdue change or wishful thinking? Chances are, Apple fans, particularly those who pay much attention to technical details such as this, might be split over this latest rumor. According to Japanese site Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, the Cupertino-based tech company is planning to launch iPhones with OLED screens in 2018, which would be named the iPhone 8, with Japanese display maker JDI said to be in talks to be Apple's supplier when that time comes around. That is, of course, it if comes around at all.

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LG pumps $8.7bn into OLED for your car, TV and wrist

LG pumps $8.7bn into OLED for your car, TV and wrist

LG really, really wants your next TV, smartwatch, and car to use an OLED panel and, preferably, one that's come off its new $8.71bn production line. The company's panel arm, LG Display, has announced a whopping 1.84 trillion South Korean Won investment into a brand new facility dubbed P10, which will cater for what LG predicts will be blockbuster demand for OLED in a range of sizes.

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Displays using phase change materials may be the future of smartphones

Displays using phase change materials may be the future of smartphones

Today's smartphones use mostly AMOLED and LCD screens thanks to their ability to show bright colors and video smoothly and efficiently. There are some devices out there that use E Ink screens, but that type of screen is only good for reading text and doesn't perform well for video. Researchers from a company called Bodle Technologies may have made a breakthrough that will be the future of smartphones and other devices.

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DisplayMate on iPad Pro: great but iPad mini 4 still better

DisplayMate on iPad Pro: great but iPad mini 4 still better

It is perhaps not totally inaccurate to say that the iPad Pro is Apple's most contentious device of late. The unconventionally large size, the stylus pencil, and the straggling of the fine line between tablet and laptop. That said, it might also be one of the best in its class. Well, almost the best. While the gigantic iPad Pro does have major improvements when it comes to display technology, it might instead be outclassed by Apple's most recent and smallest tablet to date, the latest iPad mini 4.

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Philips Ambiglow Plus Base monitor features a color synchronized mood light

Philips Ambiglow Plus Base monitor features a color synchronized mood light

Philips has just announced a new monitor called the Ambiglow Plus Base, and while it may look like a standard 27-inch display at first, the base actually houses a halo-shaped light that turns on and matches the color in sync with what's on the screen. While the offers the benefit of a more immersive viewing experience by extending the colors on the monitor to nearby walls and surfaces, the light can also be turned on when the display is not in use.

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Acer’s Predator X34 gaming monitor is coming to the US

Acer’s Predator X34 gaming monitor is coming to the US

Acer's impressively-curved Predator X34 gaming monitor is coming to the US, offering 34-inches of QHD resolution along with NVIDIA's graphics boost. The curved display - the first, Acer points out, to use NVIDIA G-SYNC - has a native 60Hz refresh rate but, unusually, can be overclocked to 100Hz if your system and graphics card support it.

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