After hinting at a plasma business shutdown, LG finally officially announced its exit, saying it was ceasing plasma display panel (PDP) production as of tomorrow. This leaves only one PDP manufacturer in the world, and that company's panels don't reach US…
LG has announced one of its OLED TV models, the 55EC9300, is now available for $3500. The dramatic drop in price answers the call from video enthusiasts for a display that rivals the now discontinued plasma display technology.
LG has developed an ultra-flexible 18-inch OLED panel that can be rolled up into a tube. The company says the new panel is proof that rollable OLED televisions 50-inches and larger are just a few years away.
Samsung recently announced it will cease plasma display production, signalling the ultimate death of the technology, which to this day remains superior to LCD-based televisions in terms of pure picture quality.
Sony is apparently officially stepping away from OLED TV development to better focus on 4K TV, according to a recent report. The news comes as little surprise, considering the company has backed away from OLED several times already over the past couple of…
Research by NPD's DisplaySearch points to rapid diversification within the global television market — which is good news for big TV brands. The popularity of the curved HDTV is forecast to increase through 2017, when researchers claim it will likely fade…
Another Apple iTV rumor emerges, this time with visions of an OLED display for the company's long-awaited piece of flat screen hardware. But as industry analysts predict the future of the iTV ad infinitum, is Apple pointing its gaze elsewhere?
LG has chopped the price on its 55-inch curved OLED television in half, bring the total cost to under $7000 with an instant rebate. LG is also set to bring out a new range of OLED televisions later this year, when we may see further price drops.
LG's aim to lead the industry in OLED TV development has resulted in a total of five new models to be shown at CES 2014. The line-up is headed up by a 77-inch Ultra HD curved model, originally shown at IFA 2013 in Berlin.
Last year required tens of thousands of miles worth of flight time, lame airport food, and intolerably cramped seats in order to gain access to the year's hottest televisions. Why is that, and was it worth it?