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Sony and Panasonic in talks to make OLED TVs

Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1

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The War of the Korean Tech Giants: Battle Display is approaching a detente. LG Display has dropped its request for a domestic sales ban on rival Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1, reports Yonhap News Agency. The world’s two top display makers (Samsung is in the number one spot) have been warring...
Samsung, LG Display Feud Winding Down As LG Drops Sales Ban Request Against Galaxy Note 10.1

LG OLED TVs now on sale for South Korean market

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LG has begun taking orders for organic light-emitting diode televisions for its home market of South Korea. The world's second-largest manufacturer of televisions will begin delivering the new OLED TVs in early February, and LG will be displaying them at 1,400 retail outlets across South Korea. The 55-inch model OLED...
LG OLED TVs now on sale for South Korean market

Well That Was Fast! 3D TVs Are Already Dead

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It seems that 3D televisions have lost their appeal. 3D TV was the it-product at CES in 2010, but now TV manufacturers are no longer hyping the technology the way they have in the past.  This year at CES, very few television makers even mentioned 3D, Troy Wolverton of the Mercury...
Well That Was Fast! 3D TVs Are Already Dead

Two valuable Samsung OLED TVs go missing enroute to IFA

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Samsung has had two of its highly prized OLED TVs disappear enroute to the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. The company confirmed that it the two 55-inch sets went missing text sometime between August 21 and August 28. Although the company was able to get replacement units on hand...
Two valuable Samsung OLED TVs go missing enroute to IFA

Sony rumored in talks with AU Optronics for OLED TVs

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Sony is said to be in talks with AU Optronics for a partnership to deliver OLED TVs, according to Reuters. The rumor is consistent with Kaz Hiraiís ëOne Sonyí strategy which was detailed last week. In it, Hirai outlined his plans to turn around the TV divisions fortunes by focusing...
Sony rumored in talks with AU Optronics for OLED TVs
Battle of the curved OLED TVs: LG matches Samsung with its own 'world's first'
Sony and Panasonic agree to develop large OLED panels for TVs

Sony, Panasonic May Partner on OLED TVs

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Both firms are seeking something splashy after a tough year, and reports suggest they plan a partnership building OLED TV sets....
Sony, Panasonic May Partner on OLED TVs
OLED displays to hit sales of $44B by 2019 with growth in TVs and mobile devices
Best of IFA 2012: live from Berlin

NHK has a theoretical fix for OLED's theoretical longevity problem

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Japan's National Broadcasting Corporation, NHK, reckons OLED displays don't last long enough. And they have a point, because OLED pixels that are exposed to the air can lose half of their brightness in just 100 days. Commercial products are of course protected from the elements, but they're not perfect....
NHK has a theoretical fix for OLED's theoretical longevity problem

Sony announces the world's first 4K OLED TV at CES

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4K TVs look amazing. OLED TVs look amazing. You can imagine, therefore, how good a 4K OLED TV will look. Sony has just wowed the audience here at CES 2013 with the news that it's produced the world's first Ultra High Definition television that uses Organic LEDs. Given how...
Sony announces the world's first 4K OLED TV at CES

Police Search Samsung's Offices In OLED Industrial Spying Probe

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Seoul police have raided Samsung's headquarters to see if the company stole LG secrets. Samsung's Asan headquarters were visited by Seoul's Metropolitan Police who have searched for documentary evidence that Samsung benefitted from technological secrets stolen from LG for its OLED screen business. Samsung is reported by Bloomberg as...
Police Search Samsung's Offices In OLED Industrial Spying Probe
LG's 55-inch curved OLED TV arrives in Korea this June for $13,500

Report: LG and Samsung to delay 55-inch OLED TVs until late 2013

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A report by industry analyst DisplaySearch says both Korean TV makers won't be releasing their much-anticipated big-screen OLEDs this year. [Read more]...
Report: LG and Samsung to delay 55-inch OLED TVs until late 2013

Corning and Samsung ink new joint venture, plot Lotus Glass future for OLED devices

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Anyone keeping a close eye on the mobile market knows that Samsung and Super AMOLED, much like peanut butter and jelly, are inextricable bosom buddies. So, this recent tech marriage between the Korean electronics giant and Corning (of Gorilla Glass fame) shouldn't come as much surprise for fans of super...
Corning and Samsung ink new joint venture, plot Lotus Glass future for OLED devices
Unlike 3D, 4K TV is one gimmick you'll actually care about
Sony and Panasonic reportedly working together on OLED TV partnership

OLED TVs at CES 2013: The wait is nearly, finally, just about over. Probably.

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After eight years of broken promises and improbable ship dates, widescreen OLED televisions may finally go on sale this year.No, really. LG began taking pre-orders for its 55-inch 55EM9700 display last week. The 1920×1080 panel is virtually identical to the 55EM9600 that won the “Best of CES 2012″ award last...
OLED TVs at CES 2013: The wait is nearly, finally, just about over. Probably.
LG's 55-inch OLED TV priced just under $8,000 for May launch
LG promises smartphone with flexible OLED display this year

Panasonic racks up a record loss for 2012, looks forward to profits and a partner for OLED TVs

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Panasonic's yearly earnings are in and the red ink added up to a record $9.7 billion net loss for 2011. Number one on incoming president Kazuhiro Tsuga's list is turning around the company's TV division, where its heavy investments in both plasma and LCD manufacturing resulted in heavy losses....
Panasonic racks up a record loss for 2012, looks forward to profits and a partner for OLED TVs

Engadget HD Podcast 299 - 05.15.2012

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Episode number 299 comes in with a bang as automated commerical skipping makes its triumphant return to the DVR with Dish Network's "Auto Hop" and we also take a peek at the updated TiVo Premiere XL4. Also invading this week is a flood of OLED news, from production models...
Engadget HD Podcast 299 - 05.15.2012
LG starts taking pre-orders for world's first curved OLED TV to ship

LG's curved OLED displays to arrive in the second half of 2013

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Alongside its wafer-thin 4K TVs, LG's curved OLED display was another product that occupies a special place in our CES memories. Fortunate, then, that the product has taken a step away from vaporware, with the company's Vice President of Home Entertainment Europe, Thomas Lee, confirming that its "world-first" curved...
LG's curved OLED displays to arrive in the second half of 2013

First curved OLED TVs to go on sale

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LG starts taking orders for the world's first curved OLED television and plans to begin deliveries next month....
First curved OLED TVs to go on sale

Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns

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Anyone hoping to get a big screen OLED high definition television for the holidays will likely be disappointed in 2012. In fact, eager buyers could end up waiting until as late as 2016 for a significant selection of OLED TVs to hit store shelves, according to a report from...
Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns
A closer look at Sony's ultra high-definition 56-inch 4K OLED TV

NPD study finds average display sizes continuing to rise in all areas but laptops and tablets

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Not exactly a huge surprise here, but a new study out from NPD DisplaySearch today has confirmed that the trend towards larger screens in continuing at a steady pace in all but a few key areas. The big exception is "mobile PCs," which NPD defines as laptops and tablets...
NPD study finds average display sizes continuing to rise in all areas but laptops and tablets
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