A startup called Kateeva unveiled a brand new technology that could change the way OLEDs are made, bringing the technology into mass production. Dubbed the Yieldjet, the new device is an injet printer that uses three revolutionary new techniques to improve…
Panasonic has finally confirmed what many in the industry have suspected: Panasonic will no longer be making plasma televisions. The company has stated it will cease sales of the superior TV technology by March 2014.
Check out our in depth OLED vs Plasma comparison to get a plain-english explanation of each display technology determine which one is better
LG is making some pretty big movies in the television space, unveiling a slew of new products at IFA 2013 and detailing a strategy to bring next-gen OLED and 4K Ultra HD technologies into the mainstream by 2014.
LG waited for other manufacturers to finish their debuts before stealing the spotlight at IFA 2013 with its concept 77-inch Ultra HD curved OLED television. While the TV is just a prototype, it proves that OLED is being scaled up beyond the 55-inch screens…
As far as TV's are concerned, Samsung had a lot more to show than tell. The company did, however. show off its 98-inch S9 Ultra HD television and teased an Ultra HD OLED TV while it was at it.
LG has unveiled its latest OLED TV, the 55-inch Gallery. This first wall-mountable OLED looks like a painting, complete with frame and canvas. But the canvas and frame hide a few extra goodies as well.
The acronyms OLED and LED sound and look very similar, but the two technologies are vastly different in terms of engineering, performance and capabilities. We compare the two technologies as applied to television and ponder the question: Which technology wins…
LG and Samsung's curved OLED televisions bear some similarities, but there are plenty of characteristics that distinguish one from the other. We run down the key differences between both models in this side-by-side comparison.
Forums and comment sections are ablaze with questions over why the first OLED TVs to come to the US are curved. Though both LG and Samsung claim the decision comes down to a proposed viewing benefit, there's more to it than that. Here, we discuss why bringing…
Samsung's new 55-inch curved OLED TV (KN55S9C) will begin selling online tomorrow for just $9,000, undercutting its only real competition from LG, which sells its curved OLED set for a whopping $14,999.
While Samsung's flat OLED TV's have yet to make it to the US, it is already releasing its curved OLED TVs in South Korea, priced at about $13,000
Today at SID Display Week, Qualcomm showed off its next-gen reflective Mirasol display by way of a few product mock-ups. The power-saving screen technology will 577ppi for super-high pixel density.
LG announced that it started taking pre-orders for its 55-inch Curved OLED TV in South Korea, with consumers receiving them as early as next month, though no official timetable has been released, nor any word of when, or if, the TV will hit the U.S.
South Korean police raided Samsung’s headquarters near Seoul yesterday and searched the offices of the company’s display-making unit as part of an investigation to uncover whether people from rival LG leaked secrets around OLED technology.