Display Week 2015 Sets Sights On Silicon Valley To Show Global Technology Hub The Future Of The Display World; Future Generations of Large Curved TVs, Automotive Displays, Wearables and Mobile Devices Take Center Stage at San Jose Convention Center Starting May 31
March 05, 2015
 The Society for Information Display (SID) today announced its final program lineup for Display Week 2015, set for May 31-June 5 at the San Jose Convention Center. Display Week 2015 showcases the latest display innovations: from the world's largest TVs down to the coolest displays for mobile devices; the newest flexible, wearable and touch technologies; new breakthroughs in next-generation vehicular displays; and even the latest in imaging and lighting. "The face of almost every electronic product today is a display, so the future of displays is also the future of most types of electronic devices. There is no better show in the world than Display Week to see in-depth coverage of this future," noted SID President, Amal Ghosh.  "Display Week is the premier showcase event for the $100 billion display industry, and its North American location is ideal for connecting the display supply chain with the integrators and business leaders that drive the worldwide electronics marketplace. Silicon Valley-which is synonymous with technological advancement- is the ideal setting for this year's event," he added.

penveu®to Exhibit at Several Spring Events; See penveu® in Action at NCCE 2015, CUE 2015, ATD 2015 and More
March 05, 2015
penveu ®, an Interphase Corporation (NASDAQ: INPH) business, today announced it will be exhibiting its innovative hand-held interactive device at several Spring events across the U.S. The penveu team invites everyone to attend one of these events to see the penveu interactive display system in action and try it themselves or to request a live webinar to learn more as an alternative. NCCE 2015 Convention & Exposition - March 18-20, 2015 - Portland, ORThe largest education collaboration in the Northwest!Event link: http://www.ncce.org/index.php/2015 Booth: penveu booth #524

Is bigger better, phone manufacturers wonder
March 05, 2015
If phones get any bigger, will they be too hard to use? New York — There was a time you could count on phones getting larger each year. Samsung's runaway success with the big-screen smartphone even spurred Apple to release a supersized model last autumn. But if phones get any bigger, will they be too hard to use?

Japan : Sony computer entertainment unveils the new prototype of "project morpheus" - A virtual reality system that expands the world of playstation®4 (PS4)
March 05, 2015
At the 2015 Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) unveiled the new prototype of Project Morpheus (Morpheus) - a virtual reality (VR) system that takes the PlayStation®4 (PS4 ) system to the next level of immersion and demonstrates the future of gaming.

Sonys Project Morpheus VR headset will be launching in the first half of 2016
March 04, 2015
New Delhi, March 4 -- The Project Morpheus VR Headset Sony has revealed that its virtual reality system, the Project Morpheus VR headset, will be launching in the first half of 2016. Sony president, Shuhei Yoshida, made the announcement on the PlayStation Blog to kick off GDC 2015. The company unveiled its first prototype of the headset last year and the news has gotten virtual reality buffs hyped every since.

MWC: Huawei Watch arrives with Android Wear and round sapphire glass display
March 02, 2015
BARCELONA: Huawei has unveiled its first Android Wear smartwatch, which looks to be the Apple Watch of the Android Wear market with its high-end design and sapphire glass display.

Hands On: HTC Grip Activity Tracker
March 01, 2015
BARCELONA-The HTC One M9 might be getting the bulk of the attention, but HTC's other announcement at Mobile World Congress is also a pretty big deal. The HTC Grip is the company's first entry in the wearables space, as well as its first device made in conjunction with Under Armour. I got to spend some time with it ahead of the show. In designing something for the wearables space, HTC noted that few of the companies on the market are currently geared towards the "pro end" of the spectrum, meaning they aren't making wearables meant for serious athletes. HTC wanted to create something that moves beyond active to truly athletic, and the HTC Grip is the first of two collaborations with Under Armour it plans to release this year.

BenQ XL2420G
February 25, 2015
Long known for its excellent gaming monitors, BenQ has another winner on its hands with the XL2420G ($649.99). This 24-inch Twisted Nematic (TN) panel boasts a 1-millisecond (gray-to-gray) pixel response and a 144Hz refresh rate, and it contains an Nvidia G-Sync module that allows your PC's graphics engine to dictate screen refresh cycles in order to eliminate screen tearing and stutter. The XL2420G is a solid performer, and unlike every other G-sync monitor we've tested, it offers more than one video input. It's our top pick for midsize gaming monitors.

How to Buy an LCD Monitor
February 25, 2015
The monitor you're using right now probably came bundled with your desktop PC, or maybe you bought it back when 1,240 by 1,024 was considered high resolution. Since you spend a huge part of everyday looking at it, however, it pays to be picky when picking a LCD monitor. Price ranges vary widely, as do the quality of the panels. So how can you make an informed choice? That's where we come in. We will walk you through the latest trends in the display market, as well as the specific features to look for when buying an LCD monitor. The Basics Regardless of what kind of monitor you're in the market for, there are some general factors to consider:

LG 65EC9700
February 23, 2015
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) continues to be the most promising HDTVtechnology out there, and LG continues to be one of the few companies working on it. The LG 65EC9700 we testedand the 77EG9700arefollow-ups to the 55-inch 55EC9300, our Editors' Choice for high-end HDTVs last year. They're65- and 77-inch curved OLED HDTVs with one important upgrade besides the size: they're now an ultra-high-definition (UHD, or 4K) televisions instead of 1080p. They're sharp, come with loads of features, and thanks to its OLED panel produce a very impressive picture. Theonly issue is the price tag: You'll have to drop $11,999.99 to get the 65-inchHDTV in your home, and the 77-inch model is more than twice that at $24,999.99.


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