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LG expanding its OLED market with 30 and 40 inch models

LG has been busy with their OLED series. So far, they have released 15-inch and 19-inch models, and are planning on releasing a 20-inch model.

By next year, LG is planning on producing a 30-inch OLED. read more…

Mitsubishis 149-inch OLED

ISE 2010 was the site of the unveiling of Mitsubishi’s gargantuan 149-inch OLED. Sure, Panasonic has a bigger one at 152 inches, and it is a shame that it wasn’t on display at CES 2010. read more…

Insignia NS L322Q10A Television Review-A Fair Entrant

Insignia products aren’t very frequently thought of, being as they’re the house brand of Best Buy.  You can’t find them just anywhere, and most won’t generally think about going to Best Buy specifically to buy a television for their home theater. read more…

Samsung UN55B6000 Television Review-For Samsung? Fantastic

So I got to try out a Samsung UN55B6000 and even I have to admit that I was stunned by this one.  It’s a truly impressive hunk of television.

First, it’s got some plain old awesome specs on it. read more…

LG to Start Making 30-Inch OLED Displays in 2012?


If you were hoping to get a big OLED TV from LG soon then we have some bad news for you. The company has decided to postpone the launch of a 30-inch OLED display to 2012. The company said earlier that it intended to produce 32-inch OLED TVs in 2011 but it looks like that won’t be happening now. read more…

Panasonic to Launch 40-inch OLED TVs in 2010?

Panasonic is ready to partner up with Sumitomo Chemical in order to launch a 40-inch OLED TV in 2010. Considering we’re already in May, will Panasonic be able to actually launch such a large OLED TV by next year. read more…

Sony Bravia XEL-01 OLED TV Arrives in Britain

This is the thinnest OLED TV available so far, the Sony Bravia XEL-1, and it has just gone on sale today in Britain. Well, considering the fact that it costs ?3,489 or about $4,944, it’s not quite a sale item. read more…

Philips OLED Lumiblade Goes to Milan This Month

Philips has something interesting to show you in Milan later this month. From April 22 to April 27 those going to the Superstudio Piu in Zona Tortona in Milan will be able to check out for themselves Philips OLED Lumiblade exhibit. read more…

Modistech Shows Ultrathing OLED Light in Korea

A new ultrathin, ultra flexible OLED light module has been unveiled in Korea. Modistech is the company that manage to make it. We don’t have all the details just yet but it looks like mass production is expected for next year while public availability is scheduled for 2011, a year which is said to represent a boom in the OLED business. read more…

OLED Demand Predicted to Balloon in 2011

Thank researches and studies on the current market demand for advanced visual solutions for the possible growth in the demand for OLED technology by 2 years time as the OLED lighting market is set to boom in 2011, with OLED revenues expected to surpass PMOLED displays in the 2013 / 2014 time frame. read more…

Transparent OLED Screen Available from Philips

Philips is thoroughly researching transparent OLED and they have a working prototype. This one works as a light application for windows. How is that useful you ask? Imagine having OLED panels working as light sources 24/7. read more…

Blue OLED Reaches Efficiency Record

Researchers in the OLED business have been working their brains off to get a better, more efficient blue OLED material. And it looks like all that researching and working has proved to be right. Blue OLED has reached an efficiency record in the hands of a few guys over at the University of Florida. read more…

OLEDs to Treat Cancer and Acne

I bet you didn’t know exposure to light could also be beneficial for your skin. And in case you knew that, we have an update on that story. This time an U.K. team is wearing OLED stickers that once glued to your skin will cure cancer and acne. read more…

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