Videocon unveils 4K ultra high definition smart TV
August 27, 2014
Mumbai, Aug 27 (IBNS) Consumer electronics brand Videocon unveiled India's most featured-packed 4K UHD LED TV on Wednesday. With the new range of 4K UHD LED Smart TVs, Videocon aims to increase its market share in the Flat Panel Display (FPD) segment to 20 percent from the current 16 percent. The innovative features like 3D Gaming and Face Recognition, Videocon 4K UHD LED is here to define the TV viewing experience. With 8.3 Megapixels, the LED displays four times more pixels than a conventional Full HD, and 8 times more than any HD LED. Its ability to connect with the Smart phones N Screen interface allows one to run the devices content on the LED and vice-versa.

Intersil unveils ISL98611 display power and LED driver for smartphones
August 27, 2014
HIGHLIGHT: Intersil Corporation, a provider of power management solutions, has announced the ISL98611 display power and LED driver for smartphones.

Windowless planes to show view on screens
August 27, 2014
WINDOWLESS planes could soon cut the cost of flying, say experts. Instead of looking out through glass, passengers would watch interactive plastic display screens lining the cabin that show images of what is outside. The new technology is being developed at the Centre for Process Innovation in Sedgefield, Durham. Not having windows will reduce the weight of an aircraft, lowering fuel costs. An expert said yesterday: "Getting weight out of a plane is a key goal for the industry." Freight aircraft and military transport planes already operate without fuselage windows which are not necessary for safety reasons.

Universal Display Named a Fortune Magazine Fastest Growing Public Company
August 27, 2014
Universal Display Corp., reported that it ranked 25th on the 2014 Fortune Magazine list of 100 Fastest-Growing Public Companies.

August 27, 2014
ENP Newswire - 27 August 2014 Release date- 25082014 - SEOUL - LG Electronics (LG) today announced the start of sales of the world's first OLED TV with 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution.

August 27, 2014
ENP Newswire - 27 August 2014 Release date- 25082014 - Sydney-LG Australia has launched a cracking new TV, recognising the fast growing demand for the Ultra High Definition format. The company's latest 4K ULTRA HD TV (model UB950T) strikes the perfect combination of high-end tech specs - like the amazing screen resolution and sound designed by harman/kardon - with streamlined aesthetics and some serious bang-for-your-buck. Available now, the UB950T comes in a 55-inch version at RRP $ 3,199 and a 65-inch version at RRP $ 4,499.

Epson Introduces PowerLite 1263W Commercial Portable Business Projector; Wireless, Widescreen HD Projector Delivers Convenient Connectivity for Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses
August 26, 2014
 Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide1, today announced thePowerLite® 1263Wwireless HD projector sold exclusively through distribution, value-added resellers and direct market reseller channels. Delivering sharp, widescreen images and convenient wireless connectivity, the PowerLite 1263W is ideal for displaying content from a laptop, smartphone or tablet onto a big screen. "The PowerLite 1263W offers a wide range of features to provide small- to medium-sized businesses with advanced projector and connectivity technology at an affordable price," said Eric Uaje, associate product manager, Projectors, Epson America, Inc. "Leveraging wireless connectivity and Epson's new quick connect on-screen QR code feature, this projector makes it even easier to travel and present without a laptop."

Taiwan Province of China : AUO s High Resolution a-Si TFT-LCDs for Mobile Device Make First Appearance at Touch Taiwan 2014
August 26, 2014
AU Optronics Corp. today announced its ultra high resolution display technologies and applications for mobile devices, including 5-inch Full HD and 8-inch WQXGA (1600x2560) LCD panels adopting a-Si (amorphous silicon) display technology, AHVA high resolution car and medical displays, the full series of oTP (On-cell Touch Panel) integrated touch solutions for 5 to 15.6-inch smartphones, tablets and notebook PCs, 4.3-inch ultra thin LTPS TFT-LCD, and 5.5-inch Full HD in-cell touch AMOLED panel. The aforementioned products and technologies will all be present from August 27 to 29 at Touch Taiwan 2014 (International Touch Panel and Optical Film Exhibition 2014), held in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall.

LG takes lead in advanced technologies -
August 26, 2014
LG Electronics China President Shin Mum-beom, left, holds an LG G3 smartphone with Lee Min-ho, a Korean actor and an ambassador for LG mobile devices, during a launch event for the product for China at the Westin Hotel, Beijing, Aug. 8. / Korea Times fileBy Kim Yoo-chul LG Group is pulling off an impressive rebound from a recent business slowdown as its major affiliates are producing tech-driven, market-leading goods.

Making Virtual a Reality
August 25, 2014
Minutes after Facebook announced plans to buy virtual reality firm Oculus VR in March, the jokes began popping up on Twitter. "Just checking my Facebook news feed!" the messages read, accompanied by photos of people in unwieldy, Facebook-branded Oculus Rift headsets. It was amusing because the people in the photos looked ridiculous sporting the bulky Rift, but the jokes highlight a persistent problem: The equipment needed to make VR a reality is not as cool as the technology behind it. In a video titled "The Faces of Morpheus," Sony recorded attendees at this year's E3 trying out its new Project Morpheus virtual reality headset. And although those who experimented with it seemed impressed, they still looked like goobers stabbing the air with Play controllers, trying to fight off virtual sharks. Facebook doesn't seem too concerned with the VR cool factor, and it is making a $2 billion bet that it is actually the next big thing in technology. But can manufacturers find that sweet spot between amazing technology and stunning equipment to match? And can your stomach handle the ride? Oculus, Sony, and even Google are hoping the answer is yes.


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