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South Korea: LG Display's 2014 net hits 4-year high
January 29, 2015
LG Display Co., the world's top maker of liquid crystal displays (LCD), said Wednesday it posted its highest profit in four years in 2014 on the back of a pickup in TV set demand and robust sales of Apple's new iPhone 6 series.

Dell announces Updated 4K Display for M3800 mobile workstation laptops
January 28, 2015
Today, Dell has announced its new 4K display for its line of workhorse Precision M3800 mobile workstation laptops. The new 4K resolution screen option is made with indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO2) technology and it also boasts Corning Gorilla Glass NBT protection. As per experts, the new display has noticeable improvements when compared with the last Precision M3800, which had a 3,200-by-1,800 resolution screen.

Dell Updates Ultrabook Thin M3800 Mobile Workstation With 4K Display
January 28, 2015
Today Dell is taking the wraps off of an updated version of the M3800 mobile workstation which first launched in November 2013. This is the first thin and light mobile workstation, with a thickness of just 0.31" - 0.71" (8 mm - 18 mm) and a much lighter weight than other mobile workstations at that time. The 15.6" model has a starting weight of just 4.15 lbs, or 1.88 kg. That's not light compared to an ultrabook, but it is in good company for other devices with a full quad-core CPU and a Quadro GPU onboard. Dell has tweaked the design, added new features, and responded to customer feedback about the device, as well as potential customer input.

Next generation computers could have paper screens
January 27, 2015
The next generation of computers would soon feature paper screens, according to a group of scientists at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science, PTI reported.

New 21.5 Inch, High Definition Wide Format Panel PC Computer From VarTech Systems Inc.
January 27, 2015
Widescreen, 16:9, True HD 1080p, Touch Screen, 21.5 Inch Panel Computer Featuring NEMA 4 / NEMA 4X Construction And Sunlight Readable Display Technology Now Available From VarTech Systems

eXelate Announces Customer Data Cloud(TM): a Breakthrough in Cross-Platform Marketing; Marketers Can Now Leverage Data Across All Screens and Devices, Including Mobile, Audio and Smart TV
January 27, 2015
eXelate, the leading provider of data technology that powers the digital marketing and advertising ecosystem, today announced the availability of the eXelate customer data cloud(TM). A major breakthrough in cross-platform marketing, the customer data cloud connects data marketplace, data management and analytics solutions in one suite of tools supported by unified customer profiles, which connect anonymous customer identities across all devices and channels -- including display, video, mobile, audio, smart TV and offline sales -- enabling marketers to engage individuals and households with tailored messages and measure performance at scale. For related announcement see here. eXelate's customer data cloud helps marketers navigate complex customer journeys and path-to-purchase decisions across all devices -- actionable information previously accessible only to technology giants and large media holders. The new offering is an integrated evolution of eXelate's rich data assets, massive technology infrastructure, and industry-leading measurement solutions. To help marketers capitalize on the new capabilities, eXelate also unveiled new programs designed to educate marketers on the technology, as well as services to help them succeed.

The North American Liquid Crystal on Silicon; LCoS Display Market is Expected to Reach $545.8 Million by 2018 - A Report by MicroMarket Monitor.
January 27, 2015
  (PRWEB) January 27, 2015         The North American Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) display market was valued $162.8 million in 2013, and is expected to reach $545.8 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 27.4% from 2013 to 2018.     Browse through the TOC of North American Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) Display market for an analysis of industry trends, segments & forecasts.

Garmin unveils two new marine instrument displays
January 21, 2015
HIGHLIGHT: Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., has unveiled two new marine instrument displays, the GNX 120 and GNX 130.

In-Store: On the Move
January 19, 2015
Mobile merchandisers put the right products in the best traffic patterns for increased sales The movie "Field of Dreams" coined the phrase "Build it, and they will come." Supermarkets in the US are using mobile merchandisers to put their own marketing spin on this phrase: Move it, and sales will come.

The Economic and Cognitive Costs of Annoying Display Advertisements
December 01, 2014
In the online display advertising industry, advertisers pay publishers (websites) to run display ads that users (website visitors) see alongside other content. Online display ads are graphic images that can vary in size, shape, animation, duration, and more. Display advertising is a large industry. In 2012, display-related ads garnered revenues of more than $12 billion in the United States, or 33% of total online advertising revenue (Interactive Advertising Bureau [IAB] 2013, p. 12). Online advertising itself brings in approximately as much revenue as broadcast television and more revenue than cable television, radio, and newspaper advertising (IAB 2013, p. 18). On mobile devices, display ads are predicted to soon overtake search ads (Gartner Inc. 2013). Many of the world's most popular web destinations, such as Google, Facebook, CNN.com, and Yahoo!, are almost entirely funded by advertising, much of it display advertising. Online display ads are often annoying. So many people want to avoid seeing online advertisements that there have been more than 200 million downloads of one ad blocker alone.1 From an economic perspective, these annoying display ads are interesting because they can both make and cost money for publishers. They make money directly because advertisers pay publishers to run ads. They can cost money indirectly when annoyed users abandon a site, leaving the publisher with less traffic and ultimately less advertising revenue.


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