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Futaba 0.22mm flexible OLED watch concept wants your wrist

Futaba 0.22mm flexible OLED watch concept wants your wrist

Ditch your Omega and get with the high-tech watch times, granddad: Futaba is hoping the well-dressed wrist of tomorrow will be sporting its flexible OLED, the company's thinnest yet. Just 0.22mm thick, and easily capable of being bent around your arm - such as in the watch concept Futaba is showing at CEATEC this week - the 3.5-inch display makes current smartwatches look clunky in comparison.

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Panasonic LUMIX GH3 official: WiFi, OLED viewfinder and 72Mbps HD

Panasonic LUMIX GH3 official: WiFi, OLED viewfinder and 72Mbps HD

Panasonic has revealed its latest micro four thirds camera, the LUMIX DMC-GH3, targeting a more ambitious breed of photographers who demand an integrated viewfinder and other DSLR features. Packing a 16.05-megapixel sensor, good for up to ISO 12,800 (25,600 extended), Venus Engine processor, WiFi, 3D noise reduction and onboard HDR photo creation, the GH3 includes both a positionable 3-inch 614k dot OLED touchscreen and a 100-percent field-of-view OLED electronic viewfinder.

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Sony HMZ-T2 hands-on

Sony HMZ-T2 hands-on

Wearable displays have jumped in attention over the past twelve months, with the arrival of Google's Glass driving interest, but Sony continues to push virtual big-screen entertainment rather than augmented reality. The HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer was a quiet surprise at IFA, replacing last year's T1 with a more compact, lightweight version using a pair of 720p HD OLED screens to create a virtually vast individual screen. Read on for our hands-on first impressions.

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Samsung 350ppi display tech could make OLED the next Retina

Samsung 350ppi display tech could make OLED the next Retina

The mobile device world has gone resolution crazy thanks in part to the high-resolution Retina screens from Apple. Now that the iPhone and iPad have high-resolution and high pixel density screens, you can bet other manufacturers are looking for similar screens of their own for mobile products. A report has surfaced from Korea claiming that Samsung has managed to reach an impressively high pixel density on an OLED display.

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SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: July 21, 2012

SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: July 21, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. It's time to take a look back at what made news this past week, and there certainly was no shortage of stories to cover. We have a couple big announcements in the world of video games, so let’s start with those – 3DS XL getting anti-glare screen upgrade and Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition hits 3 million units sold. Also, big news from Microsoft – Microsoft shows first public loss ever in financial Q4 2012.

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LG employees charged with swiping OLED tech from Samsung

LG employees charged with swiping OLED tech from Samsung

The world of technology and gadgets is a fast-paced and highly competitive one, and sometimes, things can get a little bit hairy. Six LG Display employees have been charged with stealing OLED technology from Samsung Display between 2010 and 2011, with Samsung saying that LG poached some of its core employees - and presumably a number of its business secrets - as well. 11 people total have been charged in the case, including three people who currently work for Samsung and two former Samsung Mobile employees.

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Sony and Panasonic team on big-screen OLED

Sony and Panasonic team on big-screen OLED

Sony and Panasonic have announced a collaboration to develop large panel OLEDs for TV, pushing the low-power technology as a potential replacement for LCD and plasma. The deal will see the two firms work together on next-generation organic EL panels and modules, using printing processes that are more efficient than existing manufacturing techniques. If all goes to plan, meanwhile, Sony and Panasonic's partnership may only be the first step.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 15, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 15, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. It's that part of the week where you already feel a bit tired but can't yet use the "it's all downhill from here" mantra. You know what I mean, right? Let's go to a more positive note with today's top tech stories - Apple rumored to use Retina display in next iMac. That's certain to please a lot of Apple fans, not that they need much pleasing because - Apple grabs top spot in US customer satisfaction rankings. And speaking of cool things - NASA's next course: asteroids.

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