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Apple has officially discontinued its aging Thunderbolt Display, which could indicate a successor could be on the horizon. The discontinued model was introduced nearly five years ago.
Due to reports of a low supply at Apple Stores, speculation has grown to support the theory that Apple may be working on a new Thunderbolt display. The previous model was released in 2011.
A new line of OMEN products was announced by HP, with the products being destined for gamers. The two laptops and one desktop are all designed with VR in mind and offer a number of configurations.
Microsoft has updated the minimum hardware requirements for both Windows 10 Mobile and desktop editions. A couple of changes have been made to the display size and RAM requirements for devices.
How small can bezels go? Really small, apparently, as a couple of different smartphone manufacturers have shown us. Here we check out two phones in particular that have almost non-existent bezels.
Generally considered to be the nicer displays, AMOLED smartphone screens have now dropped in price enough that they are selling wholesale for roughly the same place as their LCD competition.
The patent would let users control their devices without actually touching the screen. This new feature could, theoretically, be included in the upcoming iPhone 7, slated for release later this year.
Dell takes the wraps off of three of its new portable Latitude computing devices with an impressive lightweight ultrabook and a pair of comparable 2-in-1 PCs.
Lenovo's ThinkVision X1 is a $799 27-inch display with 3840x2160px resolution and an ultra-thin 'edge-to-edge' design - and it's also the world's first monitor to get TUV Eye-Comfort certification.
LG has been working hard on its foldable display technology and it looks like the company is ready to show off its progress. This will happen at CES with a display that can 'roll up like a newspaper'.
Straight from Korea comes news that the two Korean tech giants are reportedly close to inking a deal with Apple to manufacture OLED displays for the company's upcoming iPhones.
2015 saw rapid popularity of beyond 4K displays, devices and content online. But is it all it's cracked up to be, or is it just ultra high definition hype? Let's explore LG's 65" OLED TV and find out.
HP has announced that in collaboration with 3M they plan to offer native privacy protectors in laptops, toggle-able via a keyboard shortcut. Currently, the company plans to offer the displays by 2016.
New information about Dell's refreshed XPS 13 has leaked, claiming that ultrabook could have up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB SSD, and a new trackpad, while maintaining a similar design to its predecessor.
A new 7-inch display has debuted from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, offering a high quality touch-enabled monitor, for a relatively low price. The accessory can now be ordered from the official store.
LG will invest $8.5bn in OLED display technology over the next three years, in an effort to establish itself as a leader in OLED TVs and a new generation of devices with truly flexible displays.
Samsung has revealed its new 23.6- and 27-inch monitors that feature an integrated Qi wireless charger in the base, to make it more convenient to juice up your smartphone as you work or play.
Samsung has unveiled two 55-inch OLED panels - one transparent and the other with a mirrored surface - which include voice and gesture controls integrated with Intel's RealSense technology.
Microsoft's Surface 3 goes on-sale in a few weeks and it comes with a 10.8-inch display. We take a look at the new display and show you the finer points of the 1920x1280 LCD screen.
Apple's bigger version of its popular tablet has seemingly been delayed until later in the year thanks to issues with the supply chain. The larger device was supposed to reinvigorate the tablet market
OnePlus says it isn't working on a tablet, but promises that its new smartphone "will surprise people", although OnePlus Two buyers will still have to deal with the company's 'invite system'.
HP has unveiled a number of new displays ranging from 4K and 5K ultra resolution screens, to more traditional curved displays, to a highly-specialized and a bit bizarre 3D offering.
Toshiba has been hard at work developing technologies that deal with problems of current 3D displays, and they are hinting at glasses-free switchable 2D/3D displays for mobile devices in the future.
If you buy a Microsoft Band and plan to wear it on the inside of your wrist, it is important that you use the screen protector as the display does scratch quite easily.
Samsung has announced its new curved display - featuring Full HD resolution, 3000:1 contrast and a special 'game mode' - which it says will provide an "unforgettable entertainment experience".
LG has unveiled a new 34-inch curved ultrawide monitor, designed for Windows PCs and Macs, featuring a 21:9 aspect ratio with Quad HD (3440x1440px) resolution, and Thunderbolt 2 connectivity.
LG has shown off its new 18-inch flexible OLED, which can be rolled up to a radius of 3cm - while still turned on and without damaging it - and also unveiled its new transparent OLED panel.
Google has announced a new feature for Chromecast, which will allow users to fully mirror their phone or tablet display to their TV, although support will initially be limited to Android devices.
Sharp has created a new LCD display technology that will be able to be created in any shape required. The new panel, dubbed Free-Form, could be used in upcoming wearables and smart watches.
It has been reported that the Note 4 will feature a 5.7 inch 515 DPI QHD (2560×1440) screen which will bring improved image quality to the device and could directly compete with the rumored iPhone 6.
Nokia and its research partner SEL have jointly revealed new flexible displays that can be folded into two or three sections, while switched on, or opened up into a flat 5.9-inch 720p OLED.
Intel has announced a new partnership with Samsung at Computex. The two companies are aiming to halve the price of 4K UHD monitors and make them affordable to a larger audience.
A technology reporter for the New York Times has said a source has told him that the awaited side-by-side app multitasking in Apple's next mobile operating system, iOS 8, is not yet ready for use.
As Samsung and LG reportedly prepare handsets with Quad HD displays, Huawei's CEO says such high-res screens on phones are "nonsense", adding cost and draining the battery, with no benefits for users.
What I thought would be an electronics board with LED control and perhaps FM functionality, unraveled into a world which included Bluetooth, WiFi, displays and controllers as well as advanced robotics
Reports have shown Samsung OLED displays are being used in Google Glass. Despite a certain wariness by other companies, it appears Google still considers the Korean company an ally.
Nokia's upcoming 928 handset, which will replace the 920 as the flagship phone, has an AMOLED display panel manufactured by Samsung, allowing for better colors and a bigger battery.
Apple may drop Samsung altogether from delivering touch panels for the iPad mini, new reports suggest. Consequently, display company Innolux are set to fulfil the orders for the next gen device.
An analyst has predicted that both Google and Apple will release significantly higher resolution offerings later this year, with the Retina iPad mini chartered for Q3 2013.
A disgruntled Retina MacBook Pro owner has launched a class action lawsuit against Apple for allegedly misleading users about LG panels that suffered from ghosting issues.
There's nothing more awesome than a giant touchscreen, which is exactly what 3M has brought to CES 2013 with an 84-inch, 3840 x 2160 (4K), 40-point capacitive multitouch table
Flexible displays remain one of the most hotly-anticipated developments in mobile tech, and Samsung is preparing to show off its latest at CES: a 5.5" 1280x720px bendy screen designed for smartphones.
DisplaySearch, for the first time ever, has reported tablet display shipments have exceeded that of traditional laptop displays. Tablets for Xmas presents have been pinpointed as a posssible reason.
Sharp begins production of 1080p (1920 x 1080) 5-inch displays for smartphones with 443 PPI. They will go into full production this month and are set to be shown off in Japan this week.
A company has brought forth the idea of an internet-ready t-shirt, complete with an LCD display, microphone and camera, but explains that it will only happen if there is enough demand.
Microsoft has filed for a new patent application that describes a way to create a smartphone that has a detachable display that could be used for other purposes.
The newly announced Dell XPS One 27 has an impressive 2560x1440 resolution display. The PC, which starts at $1,399, is now on sale in Asia and will go on sale in the US later this summer.
Samsung has explained their reason for sticking with AMOLED PenTile displays, stating that they are longer-lasting than other options available with other handsets.
Nokia has announced its plans to fix an issue with the Lumia 900's display. The problem causes the screen to give off a purple hue when the display is set to a low brightness level.