Friday, October 31, 2008Spookily attractive Nokia N85 goes trick-or-treatin’ today
October 31 isn’t just the one day a year when the dead walk the Earth – it’s also the launch date for Nokia’s newest uber handset, the sparkly new N85.
Thursday, July 03, 2008Sony company to mass-produce FED displays
Less than a year after it launched the world’s first OLED television – the XEL-1 – Sony is looking to compete with an entirely different line of next-generation displays called FEDs.
Friday, May 16, 2008Spreadable electronics mean OLED TVs may power themselves
Not satisfied with a future vision that already includes flexible screens and wafer-thin phones, a pair of Japanese companies has pushed the envelope to come up with far-fetched gadgets that do all of the above without ever going near a power socket.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008LED TVs get boost by dropping organic element
As we’ve mentioned in the past, the new breed of OLED televisions represented by Sony’s XEL-1 have plenty of assets, but an active lifespan shorter than that of LCD or plasma screens isn’t one of them.
Tuesday, December 11, 2007Toshiba and Matsushita out of OLED TV race ... for now
According to Japanese business paper the Nikkei, Toshiba and Matsushita’s much-vaunted plans to join Sony in the OLED TV market have been shelved after problems moving from the research lab to mass production.
Saturday, October 06, 2007Slimmer sets mean we’ll be seeing a lot less TV in future
With the end of CEATEC 2007 looming, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the strongest theme of this year’s show and the implications for what we’ll be finding in our electronics shops over the next months and years.
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