LG Decides To Stop Production Of Plasma Display TVs
October 29, 2014
In a regulatory filing the company announced their decision which has been taken following a decline in demand for plasma display televisions.

Series of Events Mark the Return of Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial Display to Palmdale Amphitheater
October 29, 2014
The city of Palmdale issued the following news release: The City of Palmdale and Point Man Antelope Valley will host the 5th annual display of the Mobile Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall for the Antelope Valley (AV Wall) from Thursday, Nov. 6 at 1 pm through Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 11 pm at the Palmdale Amphitheater, 2723 Rancho Vista Boulevard in Palmdale.

IAB Report: Digital Ad Revenues Hit $23.1 Billion in First Half of 2014
October 29, 2014
Internet ad revenues climbed to an historic first half-year high of $23.1 billion, according to the IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report released by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and prepared by PwC US. IAB said this marks a 15 percent rise over 2013's first-half ad revenues of $20.1 billion. Maintaining the positive trajectory, second quarter 2014 internet ad revenues rose to $11.7 billion, representing a 14 percent year-over-year increase, up from $10.3 billion in Q2 2013.

"You have the perfect liberty to sell our shares and move on from tomorrow"- Rediff CEO
October 28, 2014
On the Rediff conference call held last week, Rediff Chairman and CEO Ajit Balakrishnan twice told Rajeev Arora, an investor, that he's free to sell his shares and move on. Balakrishnan was responding to a desperate query from Arora regarding Rediff's cash situation: the company has $12.5 million in cash and has reported losses of over $3 million in its last three quarters. Arora, who said he had been invested in Rediff for five years, pointed out that addressing the cash situation is a current (and) immediate need, questioned Rediff's ethical responsibility to shareholders, and whether a 10 year period isn't enough for the company to increase revenues. This was the third time on the conference call that the Rediff management was being asked about its cash situation: the first two times, MediaNama had asked the company about its plans, and how it intends to reduce operational expenditure and increase revenue, apart from questions about why its advertising revenues have declined year on year to $1.46 million from $1.88 million for the same quarter. Note that Rediff's fee based revenues, via its e-commerce marketplace Rediff Shopping, increased to $1.71 million, up from $1.31 million for the same quarter last year. The Q&A with MediaNama, followed by the Q&A with Rajiv Arora:

Caltron Introduces Smaller form Factor Wide Screen LED Open Frame Monitors
October 28, 2014
Applications are constantly evolving as time progresses and will require different types of displays to be available.  Caltron started to provide 4:3 aspect ratio open frame LCD monitors because that was the norm for all applications that were switching over to LCD displays.  While 4:3 aspect ratio monitors and displays are still the norm for almost every single industrial application out, the trend for digital signage and other non industrial machine applications seems to be accepting and open to 16:9 aspect ratio or wide screen display formats to have more diversity in displays. Caltron has had wide screen format displays for a while, in larger sizes.  The first two models were the FWT-2206O and the FWT-2407O, which has been replaced by the LWT-2407O.  These two models are typically meant for applications that required a larger screen display.

Japan eyeing global food processing market
October 28, 2014
Hanoi / Tokyo, Oct. 28 (ANI): Japan's Ajinomoto Group has been producing the famous 'umami' seasoning known as "Aji-no-moto" as well as a variety of seasonings and processed food products in 130 countries and regions. The company develops products to meet each country's taste and eating habits, which are sold under locally-adapted brand names.

Ultrathin rewritable LCD can display an image without power for years
October 27, 2014
The LCD TVs we all use today are very efficient, especially since LED backlighting was introduced. However, they don't come anywhere near the efficiency of E Ink displays, which can continue to display a static image without requiring any power to do so. However, a research team at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has managed to combine the best of both and developed an LCD screen that retains an image when the power is turned off for several years.

INFICON Shows Latest Leak Detection Technology At Auto Testing Expo
October 27, 2014
Oct. 27 -- Switzerland-based INFICON issued the following news release: INFICON is showcasing three of the auto industry's most advanced leak detection systems at this year's Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) in the Detroit suburb of Novi. The company's HLD6000 Refrigerant Leak Detector, the Ecotec E3000 Multi-Gas Sniffer Leak Detector and Sensistor Sentrac hydrogen leak tester will be on display at Booth 13029.

The Asia-Pacific Flexible Display Market is Expected to Reach $864.3 Million by 2018 - New Report by MicroMarket Monitor.
October 25, 2014
  (PRWEB) October 25, 2014         The Asia-Pacific flexible display market report defines and segments the concerned market in Asia-Pacific with analysis and forecast of revenue. This market was valued at $152.7 million in 2013, and is expected to reach $864.3 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 41.4 % from 2013 to 2018.     Browse through the TOC of the Asia-Pacific flexible display market report, to get an idea of the in-depth analysis provided. This also provides a glimpse of the segmentation of the market, and is supported by various tables and figures.     http://www.micromarketmonitor.com/market/asia-pacific-flexible-display-5131849051.html     A flexible display is a display which is flexible in nature; differentiated from the more prevalent traditional flat screen displays used in most electronics devices. In recent years there has been growing interest from numerous consumer electronics manufacturers to apply this display technology in e-readers, mobile phones and other consumer electronics. The consumer electronic industry is one of the major application areas of flexible displays. Products such as TVs, laptops, music players, and smartphones are some of the key products which are expected to turn into the flexible display arena. Of these products, smartphones would be the first product to get linked to flexible displays.       Speak to Analyst @     http://www.micromarketmonitor.com/contact/5131849051-speak_to_analyst.html       The Asia-Pacific flexible display market is expected to show high growth in the future as top display manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, Sony, AUO, and E Ink Holdings are based in Asia-Pacific.

Big unveil for Samsung, Apple begins Wednesday
September 02, 2014
While Apple may unveil larger phones, its biggest iPad and a move into wearables at an event in California next week, rival Samsung is first up to bat this week with what will likely be the latest of its big screen devices - the Galaxy Note 4. Press invitations to simultaneous launches on Wednesday in New York, Berlin and Beijing say "note the date," hinting that Samsung will display the fourth generation of the smartphone, which could include a 5.6 inch display, a new-look metallic back, improved screen resolution and a 16-megapixel camera.


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