Vol 21 - Issue 39

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Source: IDTechEx

IDTechEx Has High Hopes for Flexible Sensors and Flexible Displays

by Norbert Hildebrand Don't Use

Market Intelligence – IDTechEx focuses a good portion of its research on flexible sensors and flexible displays. This includes, but is not limited to, printed electronics and OLED displays. With many successful technologies in the past …

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University of Michigan Group Shows Improved Blue PHOLED

by Helen Vince

Display Components – A paper revealing a new blue PHOLED technology that could lead to longer battery life in smartphones and other mobile devices has been published in Nature Materials by researchers at the University of …

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iPhone 6 Fingerprint Sensor Not as Safe as You May Think

by Norbert Hildebrand Don't Use

Smartphone – When Apple comes out with a new smartphone the world notices and many webpages are full of adoration and love. The love comes mostly from the shareholders, which experience around this time …

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Augmented Reality – Phone or Glasses?

by Helen Vince

Augmented Reality – As a reader, you know by now about our obsession with virtual and augmented reality. We believe that these are key technologies that will influence or even define the user interface in …

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Norbert Hildebrand, Insight Media analyst

The PC, Tablet and Smartphone Market for the Near Future

by Norbert Hildebrand Don't Use

Market Intelligence – In recent months there has been good news on increasing PC sales (notably notebooks) and slowing tablet sales, leading many to believe that the consumer love affair with tablets is over, …

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Source: AutoGuide.com

Toyota Develops 3D – HUD – not Stereoscopic 3D Though

by Norbert Hildebrand Don't Use

Head Up Display – The AutoGuide, Car and Driver, and other publications broke the news that Toyota has been developing a 3D HUD (head up display). They reported that Toyota has been working on this new HUD …

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Retail Applications Driving the Market

by Super User

The next session was about retail applications. G

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Satellite Leads European DTV

by Super User

IP-Network’s Television International Key Facts 2014 presentation shows that 87% of households in the EU were receiving digital TV last year. Finland, Greece, Italy and the UK have now achieved 100% digital penetration. Germany …

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Feature-Light, Connection-Rich: Iiyama’s Professional Display

by Super User

Iiyama’s 55″ LE5564S-B1 is designed for professional use – for instance, in meeting rooms. With picture-in- and picture-by-picture functions, it can be used for video conferencing or indoor signage. Although light on features, the …

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Epson Continues to Perform in Top-Selling August Projectors

by Super User

PMA Research has announced the top-selling projectors in North America in August. The company divides the results into three categories: ‘pico and personal’; ‘mainstream’; and ‘high end’. Aaxa took three of the top five …

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Large iPad Rumours Continue With Samsung Involvement

by Super User

Apple will receive 9.7″ and 12.9″ panels for its iPads from Samsung Display in the second half of this year, Korea’s Inews24 claims. Most of the output from one of the company’s G5 lines …

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