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Google's new Chromebook Pixel Thinks Different about vertical touch surfaces, puts touch on the display

9to5mac.com
The rumors were true. Google just announced the Chromebook Pixel, a 12.85-inch touchscreen Chromebook with a 2560×1700 display packing in “the highest pixel density (239 pixels per inch) of any laptop screen on the market today.” Let’s start with the screen. This Chromebook has the highest pixel density (239...
Google's new Chromebook Pixel Thinks Different about vertical touch surfaces, puts touch on the display

Mobile designers no longer see Apple on the forefront of iOS design

gigaom.com
Talk to a respected iOS app designer these days about their favorite iOS apps and something becomes clear: they don’t look like traditional Apple apps. Some of the best-received and most beautiful apps on Apple’s own platform lately are abandoning iOS’s textures, shadowing and 3D effects in favor of flatter,...
Mobile designers no longer see Apple on the forefront of iOS design
Panasonic scaling back TV production, possibly getting out of plasma, reports Nikkei
Funding Daily: Emerging from hibernation
Nanosys raises $15M to use 'quantum dots' to make displays 50 percent brighter

Android this week: Galaxy Tab 7.7 tested; Sprint’s nabs $99 tablet; Nexus still Nexus

gigaom.com
After spending a full week with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 I purchased from an importer, I’m thoroughly impressed with the small slate. U.S. consumers will see a version with LTE for Verizon’s LTE network in the near future, but my hope is that the Wi-Fi version I bought follows...
Android this week: Galaxy Tab 7.7 tested; Sprint’s nabs $99 tablet; Nexus still Nexus

Panasonic 4K OLED TV eyes-on (video)

www.engadget.com
Panasonic wasn't about to let Sony one-up it in the 4K OLED arena, and announced its own 56-inch UltraHD prototype the day after its competitor outed a very similar panel here at CES 2013. We'd never tire of the luscious combination of 4k and OLED, so we couldn't wait...
Panasonic 4K OLED TV eyes-on (video)

Fuji Xerox e-paper tech boasts brighter, more vivid colors

www.electronista.com
Fuji Xerox spent the opening day of the Society for Information Display's Display Week 2012 showing off its new color e-paper technology. The new e-paper is said to achieve a brighter, more vivid display due to its lack of a color filter.......
Fuji Xerox e-paper tech boasts brighter, more vivid colors

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

www.techhive.com
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

Awesome cartoon-like gadget bags now shipping, pricing starts at $79 [Gallery]

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This is not a cartoon bag. Seriously. JumpFromPaper (catchy name, eh?) offers a line of handbags, profile bags, carrying pouches, etc., which look colorful and two-dimensional, and will hold an iPad, MacBook or just about anything else. So, where did the idea come from?: JumpFromPaper™ is a playful and innovative line of bags created by...
Awesome cartoon-like gadget bags now shipping, pricing starts at $79 [Gallery]

TC@MWC: Hands-On With The HTC One S

techcrunch.com
The HTC One X is clearly the device everyone wants to see, which is why I decided to give its little brother a bit of spotlight first. The One S is sort of a puzzle to me. Though it’s meant to be more of a mid-range device than the...
TC@MWC: Hands-On With The HTC One S

The Chromebook Pixel, for what's next

googleblog.blogspot.com
Chromebooks were designed to make computing speedy, simple and secure. For many of you, they have become the perfect, additional (and yes, affordable) computer: ideal for catching up on emails, sharing documents and chatting via Hangouts. We’re tremendously grateful to our partners—Samsung, Acer, Lenovo and HP—for their commitment. The momentum...
The Chromebook Pixel, for what's next
Google releases photo app along with Chromebook Pixel to capture photo-philes
Swords and cyberpunk: 'Transistor' is a darker, grittier take on 'Bastion'
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