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Allied Market Releases Organic Electronics Market Report
October 20, 2014
Allied Market Research reported that according to its new report titled, "Global Organic Electronics Market - Size, Industry Analysis, Trends, Opportunities, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2020", the global organic electronics (OE) market would reach $79.6 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 29.5 percent during 2014 - 2020.

Organic Electronics Market is Expected to Reach $79.6 Billion, Global, by 2020 - Allied Market Research
October 18, 2014
Portland, OR, October 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled, "Global Organic Electronics Market - Size, Industry Analysis, Trends, Opportunities, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2020," the global organic electronics (OE) market would reach $79.6 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 29.5% during 2014 - 2020. Organic displays are the largest revenue source for the organic electronics market, accounting to nearly 2/3 of the market. OLED displays, which find application in laptops, tablets and TV sets, hold a lion's share in the global organic electronics displays market. Asia Pacific generates about 63.5% of the revenue for the global market due to the fact that Asia Pacific is home for almost 3/4th of the global electronics manufacturing industry, which is the primary application area for organic electronics. To View the report, visit the website at http://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/printed-organic-and-flexible-electronics-market

ImmersiON-VRelia to unveil immersive space experience at NASA's 75th Anniversary Open House; Company to exhibit NASA space exploration experience on GO Head Mounted Display at Oct. 18 event
October 17, 2014
 ImmersiON-VRelia, the premiere innovator in the HMD Virtual Reality sector, announced today that it will exhibit at NASA's 75th Anniversary Open House. The event, set for October 18 at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, is expected to draw approximately 120,000 attendees.

Wonder walls; The future of television is here as leading brands unveil their latest and greatest at a recent industry show, writes Jamie Carter
October 17, 2014
Television has changed so fast. At the start of this century the idea of every home having a 40-inch widescreen, flat screen TV that gets online and shows high-definition detail was unthinkable. Such concepts were for the distant future, but little more than a decade later we already take HDTVs for granted. So what's next? We can forget 3D. While it's set to continue as a default feature in most TVs, demonstrations of new-look 3D technology were missing at Berlin's Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) last month, where the world's TV makers unveiled exactly what they're working on in the labs and, therefore, their visions for the future of TV. The next few years are all about Ultra HD or 4k televisions, all of which boast a resolution panel four times as detailed as modern full HD TVs. That, of course, means bigger, slimmer and flatter TVs are needed - and why not add a curve, too?

Apple Releases 27-Inch iMac With Retina 5K Display And A Screen 7 Times Sharper Than HD TVs
October 17, 2014
Apple on Thursday launched the new 27-inch iMac, its all-in-one desktop computer with Retina 5K display, which, according to the company, has the “world's highest resolution display with a breathtaking 14.7 million pixels.” However, the price tag could put off the general public and users may have to wait a while before they can enjoy the screen's full power.

ImmersiON-VRelia space exploration experience on GO Head Mounted Display at 75th Anniversary Open House
October 17, 2014
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. /California Newswire/ - ImmersiON-VRelia, the premier innovator in the HMD Virtual Reality sector, will exhibit at NASA's 75th Anniversary Open House. The event, set for October 18, 2014 at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., is expected to draw approximately 120,000 attendees.

Ricoh WG-4
October 14, 2014
The Ricoh WG-4 ($329.95) is a minor upgrade to the previous model, the Pentax WG-3. Its design is largely unchanged, and it uses the same lens and 16-megapixel image sensor, but it does add a shutter priority shooting mode. The rugged camerahas a bright f/2 lens, is rated to go as deep as 45 feet underwater, and includes a macro light system around its lens for close-up shots. But it's not quite the equal of our Editors' Choice, the Olympus Tough TG-3, which is a little more expensive, but adds integrated Wi-Fi and GPS capability, and much quicker performance. Design and Features The WG-4 retains the wide form factor and metal faceplate used by previous WG cameras. It measures 2.5 by 4.9 by 1.3 inches (HWD) and weighs 8.1 ounces. Its lens is centered in its body, which isn't typical for a rugged compact camera. Most other models, like the Olympus Tough TG-850 (2.5 by 4.3 by 1.1 inches, 7.7 ounces) place the lens in the top corner of the body.

eMagin receives three new R&D contracts worth $6.8 million
October 13, 2014
HIGHLIGHT: eMagin Corporation, a manufacturer of OLED microdisplays and virtual imaging technologies, has received three new R&D contracts totaling $6.8 million.

YALTA October 3.
October 03, 2014
Andrei Zverev said on Friday He told TASS that Russia has been creating its own hardware components for quite a long time, and the problem was not linked to technology, but to the economy.

Microsoft launches Chromecast rival --- $60 Wireless Display Adapter
September 24, 2014
In a new launch which challenges Google's $35-priced Chromecast HDMI-streaming dongle, Microsoft has recently announced its Wireless Display Adapter for Miracast screen streaming.


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