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The two Japanese tech giants are pooling their resources to bring down the price of OLED sets. And considering what we’ve seen of OLED so far, it’s about time. Can OLED finally find a home in our living rooms?

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How many people do you know with a smashed iPhone 4 screen? As smartphones have gotten cleverer, they seem to have gotten more fragile. A bit like people. Thing is, it needn’t be this way: LG’s working on bendy OLED display tech that it claims is unbreakable. And it could be in your next phone. Read more

Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group has been tinkering around with technologies that’ll power the future desktop computer, and has come up with something pretty amazing: a 3D computing space living underneath a transparent display. Is this the replacement for the common computer mouse that Microsoft’s been searching for?

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Remember when OLED TVs first started making news as tiny, 10-inch displays that cost the earth? Oh how we’ve all come on: CES 2012 is playing host to a new breed of massive, 55-inch OLED sets …that still cost the earth.  Read more

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If Samsung and LG have their way, CES 2012 will turn into the battle of the mega-OLED TVs. Rumours eminating out of both companies’ home country of South Korea claim that Samsung and LG are to debut 55-inch OLED TV sets at the Las Vegas show in January. Read more

Three unveils Huawei E586 MiFi: the UK’s first HSPA+ mobile hotspotAh, the power of speed. Today, Three announced the Huawei E586 MiFi. As the first mobile Wi-Fi device in the UK to support HSPA+ mobile broadband technology, the E586 MiFi will be able to ride Three’s upgraded 21.1Mbps network later this year. Upload speeds are set at 5.76 Mbps (HSUPA) and this bad boy even has a microSD card slot which supports up to 32GB cards.

Beyond the blistering fast speeds and storage options, the Huawei E586 MiFi has a horde of other features. Firstly, there’s an OLED display on the front of the unit which displays key information like the amount of data used, speed of the current connection, length of browsing time and dashboard for viewing SMS and changing settings. Compared to other MiFi units, the display alone is enough to win our hearts.

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Samsung quantum dot displays: half the cost of AMOLED and last longerThe future of Samsung displays will be centered around quantum dots. These semiconducting nanocrystals are illuminated by current or light and promise to be brighter, cheaper and more energy-efficient than either LCD or AMOLED displays.

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Apple iPad 2 will not use an OLED display?The second generation iPad, iPad 2, will be released in the first quarter of 2011. The updated display is rumored to run at Retina resolution, but it will not feature OLED display technology. Samsung Mobile Display, which currently holds 98 percent of the OLED market simply, can’t deliver the number of panels Apple requires.

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