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-Sporty and elegant, versatile and connected - the Audi prologue Avant show car
February 26, 2015
A design with dynamic elegance and the latest high end technologies: The Audi prologue Avant show car with its stretched roof which the brand is presenting at the Geneva Motor Show gives a look into the future - with the new and emotion filled design language that Audi has initiated with its study in the coupe, the prologue.

-LG G FLEX2 BEGINS GLOBAL ROLLOUT
February 26, 2015
SEOUL - With the world's largest mobile industry event, Mobile World Congress (MWC), set to begin next week in Barcelona, LG Electronics (LG) today announced the global rollout of its eagerly anticipated curved smartphone, G Flex2.

Ride headsUp Launches Motorcycle Heads-up Display Campaign on Kickstarter
February 26, 2015
February 26, 2015 Co-workers at drone start-up build inexpensive and helmet agnostic headsUp display for motorcycle riders displaying nav/speed as a hologram on the road ahead.

-Smartphone and Automotive Display Revenue Swelled in 2014, as Demand for Other Small and Medium Display Categories Stalled, IHS Says
February 26, 2015
TOKYO, Japan - As smartphones continued to cannibalize product sales in other small and medium flat-panel-display (FPD) categories, automotive display revenues rose to become the second-highest growth category in 2014, according to IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source for critical information and insight.

-Sunstone Circuits Chooses InSight PCB Software for Pre-CAM and Sales
February 26, 2015
YAVNE, ISRAEL - Orbotech Ltd., today announced that Sunstone Circuits has purchased the InSight PCB pre-sales and pre-engineering software. InSight PCBis a web-based tool for managing and assessing incoming customer PCB data for sales people and engineers who are not CAM experts. From automatically retrieving comprehensive product information to generating precise summary reports, InSight PCB empowers sales and engineering people to work more independently, efficiently and profitably. The result is faster and more accurate quoting and product engineering, complete customer data input in minutes, early detection of manufacturing challenges and increased throughput.

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:

Breakthrough in electrophoresis process is concluding
February 25, 2015
Kent State researchers are nearing the conclusion of their research in understanding a new way to induce electrophoresis in liquid crystals.  Oleg Lavrentovich, a trustees research professor of chemical physics, said that electrophoresis is the motion of particles in externally applied electric fuel. Normally, electrophoresis is conducted in water or other fluids, but Lavrentovich's team is researching ways to have electrophoresis occur in liquid crystals.

Space to think the new 34-inch Philips QHD display
February 24, 2015
MMD, the leading technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, announces a new addition to the line-up of Philips UltraWide displays. Promising a dazzling viewing experience, the new 34-inch BDM3470UP display offers Quad HD resolution to bring graphics and images to life. The UltraWide panoramic desktop provides plenty of space for managing bright ideas, easily showing several windows side-by-side with detail-rich clarity.

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.

A Focus on Displays
January 01, 2015
FULL TEXT b. y focus display solutions, inc. Focus Display Solutions, Inc. http://focuslcds.com A Q&A on display technology. When should you consider stepping up to a better display? A primary reason why OEMs upgrade to a better (enhanced) display is to change from a monochrome display to a multicolor display, such as a TFT (thinfilm transistor)[1] or OLED (organic light-emitting diode)[2].


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