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Today's Dead Cat Bounce Stock Is Universal Display (OLED)
March 02, 2015
Editor's Note: Any reference to TheStreet Ratings and its underlying recommendation does not reflect the opinion of TheStreet, Inc. or any of its contributors including Jim Cramer or Stephanie Link. Trade-Ideas LLC identified Universal Display ( OLED ) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate. In addition to specific proprietary factors, Trade-Ideas identified Universal Display as such a stock due to the following factors:

MediaTek launches world-first ARM Cortex-A72 based tablet SoC MT8173 in Mobile World Congress; The MT8173 is designed with a 64-bit Multi-core big.LITTLE architecture that combines two Cortex-A72 CPUs and two Cortex-A53 CPUs, extending performance and power efficiency further
March 02, 2015
The MT8173 is designed with a 64-bit Multi-core big.LITTLE architecture that combines two Cortex-A72 CPUs and two Cortex-A53 CPUs, extending performance and power efficiency further

R&S RTE Oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz: Truly Uncompromised Performance Now up to 2 GHz Bandwidth
March 02, 2015
Truly uncompromised in performance and impressively user-friendly - that is what the R&S RTE oscilloscopes stand for. They offer the best performance characteristics in their class across the board: the deepest memory up to 200 Msample, the highest vertical resolution of 16 bit and an acquisition rate of more than one million waveforms per second. Rohde & Schwarz now announces two new models with 1.5 GHz and 2 GHz bandwidth. Munich, – Rohde & Schwarz has expanded its family of R&S RTE oscilloscopes to include two- and four-channel models with 1.5 GHz and 2 GHz bandwidth. The T&M expert now offers the broadest selection of products in this class, with bandwidths ranging from 200 MHz to 2 GHz. Customers can utilize the full bandwidth of an instrument on all available channels simultaneously.

MediaTek To Redefine the Android Tablet Industry with World-first ARM(R) Cortex(R)-A72-based Tablet SoC - MT8173; Revolutionary new 64-bit ARM processor ramps up tablet performance and battery life for heavy content Android users
March 02, 2015
MediaTek today announced the first tablet system-on-chip (SoC) in a family that features an ARM® Cortex®-A72 processor, the industry's highest-performing mobile CPU. The Quad-core MT8173 is designed to maximize the benefits of the new processor and greatly increase tablet performance, while extending battery life to ensure a premium tablet experience. The MT8173 meets the growing demand for 4K Ultra HD content and graphic-heavy gaming by everyday mobile computing device users. The MT8173 is designed with a 64-bit Multi-core big.LITTLE architecture that combines two Cortex-A72 CPUs and two Cortex-A53 CPUs, extending performance and power efficiency further. MT8173  boasts a six-fold  increase in performance compared to the MT8125 released in 2013. MT8173 offers up to 2.4GHz performance, supporting OpenCL with the deployment of MediaTek Corepilot® 2.0, and enables heterogeneous computing between the CPU and GPU. The SoC also ensures the ultimate in display clarity and motion fluency on 120Hz display, promising smooth scrolling with crystal clarity as compared to a normal 60Hz display. 

Huawei Unveils Innovative Smart Wearable Devices at Mobile World Congress 2015
March 02, 2015
 Huawei today unveiled a series of wearable devices including the Huawei Watch, TalkBand B2, and TalkBand N1 for consumers to stay connected, on the eve of Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015. At the global press conference, Huawei Consumer BG also unveiled the next-generation phablet, MediaPad X2, and also announced the brands vision, "Dreams Inspire Creativity." Mr. Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer BG, said: "Our wearable devices announced today are meant to offer the best all-around smart solution to consumers. No doubt, wearable devices will remain one of the most significant trends in the device industry, and by leveraging Huawei's technology and innovation, Huawei Consumer BG aims to be a leader in the wearable space."  

-FlatFrog now offers a new range of standard InGlass Multi-touch modules for easy product integration
March 02, 2015
FlatFrog AB is now offering a standard range of products in our 15-110' multi-touch portfolio. The range of products includes standard 23, 42, 55, 65' touch modules that allows for easy integration and ramp-up including for low volume requirements. Please contact us with your product needs.

Hands-On With the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
March 02, 2015
You want fancy? Samsung Electronics is going to give you some fancy. I recently got a chance to play around with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, two upcoming flagship models the smartphone manufacturer introduced on Sunday. Both are clearly an effort by the electronics company to address criticisms about the real and perceived quality of their upmarket devices. If you haven't been paying superclose attention to the vicissitudes of the smartphone market, here's the fast version of the past year or two: Samsung's good fortune, in part, has been due to the company's success making phones for every kind of customer and doing so at a lower cost than its competitors. Indeed, the company's victories in the marketplace led many to wonder whether Apple would have to reverse course and, instead of focusing almost entirely on the higher end of the market, start making a line of less-expensive phones.

Digital display technology firm grows; Stratacache plans to increase local workforce.; FOCUS ON LOCAL BUSINESS
March 01, 2015
Stratacache closed more than $400 million in new contracts in 2014. The global digital sign and marketing technology company's clients include McDonald's and Dairy Queen restaurants. Chuck Edmonson, senior director of marketing at Stratacache, shows examples of McDonald's displays designed in the Dayton office Stratacache plans to increase its Dayton-area workforce by 20 percent over the next six months after a record 2014 that saw the digital sign and marketing technology company close more than $400 million in new contracts, a 400 percent increase from the previous year, the firm's top official said.

LCD screens allow digital watches to retain usability
March 01, 2015
In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, humans are described as "so amazingly primitive they still think digital watches are a good idea." In these days of cellphones and "smart watches" that tell you about texts and let you make calls, the digital watch may look a little outmoded. However, while no longer as popular as they once were, digital watches are still a useful piece of everyday technology. According to a PC Magazine timeline on the history of the digital watch, the first digital watch used gears and springs, just like an analog clock, but displayed numbers instead of moving hands to indicate the time.

Creating an Adaptable Logo
February 28, 2015
AllBusiness experts has issued the following press release: In today’s digital age, it’s easy to create a logo with all the bells and whistles. You may be envisioning a multi-color logo with depth and visual interest. Before you pull out all of the stops designing a complex image, consider how well that design translates into different media. In logo design, adaptability is key. Does your logo look good in black and white, or is its impact completely dependent on color? For most businesses, printed materials are a big part of their marketing campaigns. Although you may invest in a few high-dollar projects like a multi-color brochure or a media kit, most of your printed materials are likely to be more budget-friendly. Black and white printing is substantially cheaper than color printing. Beyond cost, you need a versatile logo that works for different purposes. For a glossy brochure, color is great. Letterhead and business cards are better suited to a black logo that creates a classic, sophisticated impression. There are additional considerations for online display. Imagine your brand new logo splashed across your website. Now imagine it on a big desktop monitor and then on the small screen of a mobile phone. Does it have the same impact? When creating a logo, you want it to be bold and distinguishable regardless of the size or the color.


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