Two of the world's biggest flat-panel display makers, Sony Corporation and LG.Philips LCD Company Limited, unveiled flexible full-color displays at a display industry show in California this week. Sony took the wraps off its prototype...

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Jobs Confirms LED Laptop Displays

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In an letter issued by Steve Jobs today, Apple confirmed the transition to LED backlight displays for it's entire notebook line by the end of 2008. The first notebooks using the new technology are expected...

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An organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) display may be coming to a notebook near you in 2008. These items are thinner, more power efficient and potentially brighter than standard LCD displays. The drawback? They may be...

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María Jesús San Segundo, Spanish Secretary of Education and Science, and Carlos Rubén Fernández, President of ONCE foundation, awarded the prize to the scientists at the historical Complutense University auditorium in Madrid. Georg Boomgaarden, German...

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Xerox Corp. spends about $1 billion a year on research and development, gambling that it can predict the future of IT. Not surprisingly, most of the research is dedicated to the Stamford, Conn., company's core...

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Advanced Micro Devices also has an event in San Francisco, California, these days, to demonstrate some of its innovations. One of the paramount technologies showcased during the show is the Athlon 64 FX-53 processor delivering...

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Only about a year after the first "Smart Displays" shipped, Microsoft is dropping further development of software for the displays that connect wirelessly to a PC "After evaluating current market trends ... Microsoft is not...

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Sources confirmed to Think Secret that Apple is investing in Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, and is researching and investigating its uses in Apple products. The company reportedly plans to use OLED in next-generation iPods...

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