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New MacBook Pro True Tone feature works with LG UltraFine, Thunderbolt displays

New MacBook Pro True Tone feature works with LG UltraFine, Thunderbolt displays

New 2018 model MacBook Pros were revealed by Apple this week, and, along the latest processors and RAM upgrades, one of the biggest new features is True Tone display technology. Originally introduced on the iPad Pro, the feature allows the laptops to keep colors consistent regardless of changes in ambient light. While not part of the MacBook Pro's announcement, it was later revealed that the laptops can extend this True Tone technology to several external displays.

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Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite leaks with Android One onboard [UPDATE: And non-lite!]

Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite leaks with Android One onboard [UPDATE: And non-lite!]

This morning a new smartphone was leaked with top-notch Android-based potential for the Xiaomi lovers of the world. This is the Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, and it's leaked over at a Polish retailer's store website. This device looks a whole lot like some of the other "notch" smartphones revealed over the past few weeks, but with some surprises under the hood.

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Samsung Galaxy S10’s surprise feature tiers to battle iPhone X Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10’s surprise feature tiers to battle iPhone X Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S10 won't be coming to your pocket in the same set of 2x forms of the past. Instead, according to the latest from insider tips and rumors, the Galaxy S10 will be released in a set of three. This new setup schedule was tipped to do battle directly with Apple's rumored plan for late-2018 phone market domination, complete with its own 3-phone release setup, not unlike what was done with the original iPhone X.

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Nokia 9 tipped to beat iPhone X and Galaxy Note 9 to the punch

Nokia 9 tipped to beat iPhone X and Galaxy Note 9 to the punch

This week we're having a peek at the upcoming Nokia 9, a device that's most certainly going to be more exciting than the other Nokia number phones - right? We can only hope. To become more exciting than the other phones they've released over the past couple years, Nokia is rumored to be bringing on technology that the brings heat to Apple and Samsung's feet - the likes of which we've only yet seen in China.

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Your 1440p monitor could secretly use a 4K display (but don’t get excited)

Your 1440p monitor could secretly use a 4K display (but don’t get excited)

When it comes to picking a monitor for your gaming rig, many people wind up choosing a 1440p one. That's true even with the increasing popularity of 4K displays, as 1440p monitors are typically less expensive and offer more features. On top of that, many higher-end graphics cards can handle 1440p without issue, while they might struggle with 4K. What if that 1440p monitor you bought actually uses a 4K display, though?

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Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

This week the folks at Google and LG Display seem to have revealed their hand for the Pixel 3. Or at least the Pixel 3 XL, if not both the XL and the standard device, that is to say. According to a report from Digital Daily News reporter Shihwan Lee in South Korea, Google's next batch of displays for their next collection of phones is coming from LG Display, and it's already ordered.

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Sony’s new OLED Microdisplay sets sights on cameras and AR glasses

Sony’s new OLED Microdisplay sets sights on cameras and AR glasses

You might associate Sony's display technology with big-screen 4K TVs, but the company has something new and pixel-dense that's much smaller to announce. The Sony OLED Microdisplay EXC339A may not have a particularly catchy name, but its high resolution could have a big impact on mirrorless camera photography, virtual reality, and smartglasses.

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ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ gaming monitor is DisplayHDR 1000 certified

ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ gaming monitor is DisplayHDR 1000 certified

ASUS Republic of Gamers has announced ROG Swift PG27UQ, a gaming monitor featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, and more. The new monitor is targeted specifically at gamers, bringing with it a typical "gaming" design complete with customizable lighting features. The company plans to launch the model next month, but has detailed all the features ahead of time.

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Google and LG just built the key to lifelike VR

Google and LG just built the key to lifelike VR

Mobile VR is about to get a big kick in the rear end from Google and LG. They've created a 4.3-inch display that packs in 1,443 pixels per inch with OLED technology. This display also rolls with 120 Hz refresh rate, so you know it's going to deliver super-smooth, super-realistic graphics for the foreseeable future. Until our eyes get better at discerning reality, that is.

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Acer Predator X27 4K, HDR, and G-Sync gaming monitor up for pre-order

Acer Predator X27 4K, HDR, and G-Sync gaming monitor up for pre-order

There's long been a market for gaming-focused PC monitors, with 4K models being the standard for some time now. But Acer's Predator line is here with a new flagship display that raises the bar: the X27 is the first gaming monitor to feature 4K, HDR, and Nvidia’s G-Sync technology. The Predator X27 was first unveiled almost a year and a half ago, and now it's finally available for pre-order, albeit at a wallet-busting price.

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With MicroLED, an Apple Watch could be a gateway drug for pricer iPhones

With MicroLED, an Apple Watch could be a gateway drug for pricer iPhones

Apple's manufacturing partners are gearing up for MicroLED production if news from Taiwan proves to be entirely accurate. According to sources close to the deal, Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology approved a PlayNitride application for a brand new $17-million USD (NT$500 million) manufacturing plant at Hsinchu Science Park. This is one of a couple companies rumored to be in talks with Apple for future MicroLED display panel production on devices of several sorts.

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Apple MicroLED Watch and AR smartglasses from 2019 tips report

Apple MicroLED Watch and AR smartglasses from 2019 tips report

Apple's efforts to commercialize MicroLED panels could hit stores from 2019, a new report claims, with the firm targeting displays for an upscale Apple Watch, AR glasses, and larger products like MacBooks. The new screen technology has distinct advantages over Apple's current LCD and OLED panels, including brighter screens, lower power consumption, and thinner assemblies.

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