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Sharp 'Moth Eye' LCD Panel demo shows off future HDTVs with less glare

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While its high pixel density mobile displays stole much of the attention at CEATEC 2012, Sharp also has tech destined for bigger screens like this "Moth Eye Panel" that Engadget Japanese took a look at during the show. Thanks to nanoscale irregularities on its surface similar to the eye...
Sharp 'Moth Eye' LCD Panel demo shows off future HDTVs with less glare
Apple's iPhone is starting to look dull

Atmel’s flexible touch sensors will revolutionize mobile device design

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In a lot of the “future world” videos produced by technology companies, we are supposed to be wowed by devices that look far different from today’s tablets and smartphones. One common theme is the use of a device that is entirely display and is capable of adapting to the needs...
Atmel’s flexible touch sensors will revolutionize mobile device design

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 5 display shoot-out: Apple wins again

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Apple may be getting a lot of flack for iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 chassis, but not for the iPhone 5′s display. Fanatic attention to detail is evident in the display’s design and its manufacture. DisplayMate’s thorough analysis shows it crushing all competitors in the smartphone market, and only...
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. iPhone 5 display shoot-out: Apple wins again

Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

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Sharp has posted (pdf) what it is referring to as an ëextraordinary lossí largely due to LCD business restructuring. Sharp expects that the costs incurred in converting its production lines for large screen Aquos LCD TVs will be recouped by focusing more closely on mobile displays and developing new-generation IGZO...
Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

www.electronista.com
Sharp has posted (pdf) what it is referring to as an ëextraordinary lossí largely due to LCD business restructuring. Sharp expects that the costs incurred in converting its production lines for large screen Aquos LCD TVs will be recouped by focusing more closely on mobile displays and developing new-generation IGZO...
Sharp records ëextraordinary lossí of $1.4 billion

Sharp reportedly getting cozy with Hon Hai Precision, helping to make phone and tablet LCDs in Chengdu

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If we believe Japan's Nikkei, the decision by Hon Hai Precision Industry (that is, Foxconn's daddy) to buy a stake in Sharp was really just the start of a long, torrid love affair in LCD production. While Hon Hai is getting the rosy side of the deal for Sharp's...
Sharp reportedly getting cozy with Hon Hai Precision, helping to make phone and tablet LCDs in Chengdu

Sharp may be facing iPhone screen production delays

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Sharp is said to be facing serious production delays of its in-cell touchscreen displays destined for the next-generation iPhone. Sharp had previously promised that it would begin the mass production of the mobile displays with the new technology over this past month, but sources speaking to the Wall Street Journal...
Sharp may be facing iPhone screen production delays

Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

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Sharp is doing its part to bridge the gap between big screen technology and mobile devices after it revealed that it has begun producing 5-inch full-HD LCD panels that it says bring the pixel density of a full HD-LCD TV to smartphone screens. The 1,080 by 1,920 pixel panels generate...
Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

Samsung signs joint venture with Corning to create stronger OLED mobile displays

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Samsung has signed a new joint venture with Gorilla Glass maker Corning to manufacture a new range of speciality glass substrates for its new organic light emitting diode (OLED) equipped devices. The new business will be based in Korea, fusing Samsung’s OLED display expertise with Corning’s reinforced Lotus glass technology to provide...
Samsung signs joint venture with Corning to create stronger OLED mobile displays

Corning launches Lotus XT Glass for high performance mobile displays, prime candidate for future iOS devices

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Corning, the company that currently supplies glass for Apple’s iOS devices, yesterday introduced its second generation glass substrate with the commercial launch of Corning Lotus XT Glass. While we initially expected Corning’s recently announced Gorilla Glass 3 might end up in an iOS device, the second generation Lotus XT...
Corning launches Lotus XT Glass for high performance mobile displays, prime candidate for future iOS devices

Samsung accused of exploiting younger workers in China

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Workers barred from sitting during shifts and some suffer physical and verbal abuse, alleges China Labor WatchSamsung Electronics, the world's largest mobile and smartphone maker, is being accused of exploiting younger workers and using factories in China where some employees were physically and verbally abused, and forced to work more...
Samsung accused of exploiting younger workers in China
LG Display brings amazing, super high-def mobile displays to CES

LG Display in-cell displays enter mass production

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LG has used a press conference to tell the world that it is now producing mobile panels featuring in-cell touch screen display technology, reports WSJ. Although the company did not indicate the size of the mobile displays it is producing, one of the oft repeated rumors about the upcoming next-generation...
LG Display in-cell displays enter mass production

Sharp hypes IGZO displays, Apple called a 'prime candidate' to use

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Sharp this week made its case to CES attendees that IGZO technology is the future of mobile displays, leading one market watcher to believe it's likely inevitable that Apple will adopt them....
Sharp hypes IGZO displays, Apple called a 'prime candidate' to use

Sharp posts $1.4 billion loss for the year, refocuses on mobile displays

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Sharp has announced that it made a loss of 117.1 billion yen ($1.4 billion) for the financial year ending March 2012. It comes after the company sold part of its LCD manufacturing business to Hon Hai, Sony withdrew from a joint venture and refused to deal with Sharp in...
Sharp posts $1.4 billion loss for the year, refocuses on mobile displays

Sharp reportedly getting cozy with Hon Hai Precsion, helping to make phone and tablet LCDs in Chengdu

www.engadget.com
If we believe Japan's Nikkei, the decision by Hon Hai Precision Industry (that is, Foxconn's daddy) to buy a stake in Sharp was really just the start of a long, torrid love affair in LCD production. While Hon Hai is getting the rosy side of the deal for Sharp's...
Sharp reportedly getting cozy with Hon Hai Precsion, helping to make phone and tablet LCDs in Chengdu

Apple begins shipping new iPod touch, deliveries expected from October 15

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Apple has begun alerting customers around the world that their iPod touch orders are shipping, with a expected delivery dates from October 15th. GigaOm reports that the fifth-generation iPod is scheduled to hit the US on that date, although we have seen reports that customers in Canada are slated to...
Apple begins shipping new iPod touch, deliveries expected from October 15

Sharp to ship new iPhone displays to Apple this month

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Taking a leaf from Sony President Sir Howard Stringer, who let it be known that it was supplying camera sensors to Apple, Sharp President Takashi Okuda has done likewise. Speaking to journalists following Sharp's $1.2 billion loss for Q1, Okuda touted that its new mobile displays headed for the new...
Sharp to ship new iPhone displays to Apple this month

Sharp's warning it may collapse surprises few

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Japan's Sharp, a major supplier of LCD displays to Apple and other manufacturers, has warned that it may not survive if it can't turn around its business, an admission that caught few off guard. The Osaka-based manufacture said there is "material doubt" about its ability to continue operating in...
Sharp's warning it may collapse surprises few
Corning Announces Lotus XT Substrate Glass for Improved Mobile Displays With Better Yields
Samsung accused of worker abuse at eight more factories
IFA: Move over 3D, it's time for 4K UHDTV
Apple rumored to be making investment in failing Sharp

Review: HTC One X on AT&T, One giant leap for HTC

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What a difference a year makes for HTC’s devices.  Last year HTC was putting out monster stinkers like the HTC Vivid on AT&T.  We didn’t review the Vivid, but it wasn’t for a lack of time spent with the device. It just wasn’t worth our time or yours. It, just...
Review: HTC One X on AT&T, One giant leap for HTC

Corning intros Lotus XT Glass for next-gen mobile displays, touts more efficient production (video)

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Corning's Lotus Glass promised a world full of thinner, more advanced mobile displays when it was unveiled in 2011, but it hasn't always been easy to build with the volumes or features that customers want. Enter the company's new Lotus XT Glass as the solution: clients can produce it...
Corning intros Lotus XT Glass for next-gen mobile displays, touts more efficient production (video)
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