Organic Electronics Market is Expected to Reach $79.6 Billion, Global, by 2020 - Allied Market Research
October 18, 2014
Portland, OR, October 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled, "Global Organic Electronics Market - Size, Industry Analysis, Trends, Opportunities, Growth and Forecast, 2013 - 2020," the global organic electronics (OE) market would reach $79.6 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 29.5% during 2014 - 2020. Organic displays are the largest revenue source for the organic electronics market, accounting to nearly 2/3 of the market. OLED displays, which find application in laptops, tablets and TV sets, hold a lion's share in the global organic electronics displays market. Asia Pacific generates about 63.5% of the revenue for the global market due to the fact that Asia Pacific is home for almost 3/4th of the global electronics manufacturing industry, which is the primary application area for organic electronics. To View the report, visit the website at http://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/printed-organic-and-flexible-electronics-market

Nokia gets into festive mood, offers cash back on Lumia 630 and Lumia 530
October 17, 2014
Microsoft's Nokia is getting into the spirit of Diwali festive season. The company is offering two of the Nokia handsets on cash back today - on Lumia 630 one can get a cash back of INR 1,501 and on Lumia 530 one can get a cash back of INR 1,001 today.

Jumbo Electronics, Flipkart to launch YotPhone
October 17, 2014
Leading IT, telecom and consumer electronics retailer and distributor in the UAE, Jumbo Electronics has joined hands with e-commerce marketplace Flipkart, to launch the world's first dual-screen smartphone - YotaPhone - in India, The Financial Express reported.

Apple Releases 27-Inch iMac With Retina 5K Display And A Screen 7 Times Sharper Than HD TVs
October 17, 2014
Apple on Thursday launched the new 27-inch iMac, its all-in-one desktop computer with Retina 5K display, which, according to the company, has the “world's highest resolution display with a breathtaking 14.7 million pixels.” However, the price tag could put off the general public and users may have to wait a while before they can enjoy the screen's full power.

How artificial intelligence can be used in point-of-sale displays
October 17, 2014
Artificial intelligence is being experimented with in point-of-sale displays by a team from Queen Mary University and a digital agency.

Wonder walls; The future of television is here as leading brands unveil their latest and greatest at a recent industry show, writes Jamie Carter
October 17, 2014
Television has changed so fast. At the start of this century the idea of every home having a 40-inch widescreen, flat screen TV that gets online and shows high-definition detail was unthinkable. Such concepts were for the distant future, but little more than a decade later we already take HDTVs for granted. So what's next? We can forget 3D. While it's set to continue as a default feature in most TVs, demonstrations of new-look 3D technology were missing at Berlin's Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) last month, where the world's TV makers unveiled exactly what they're working on in the labs and, therefore, their visions for the future of TV. The next few years are all about Ultra HD or 4k televisions, all of which boast a resolution panel four times as detailed as modern full HD TVs. That, of course, means bigger, slimmer and flatter TVs are needed - and why not add a curve, too?

Yota Devices Invests in YotaPhone Development USD 15 Million
October 16, 2014
Moscow . OREANDA-NEWS. Yota Devices invested only USD 15 million in development and making the first YotaPhone, 1/10th the orginal iPhone cost of development.International companies invest much more in development of their smartphone models. For example, Nokia invested USD 200 million in this in 2012-2013, and development of the original iPhone ended up costing approximately USD 150 million.Yota Devices had approximately 70 people working for it when the first-generation YotaPhone was being developed, enabling the company to make decisions several times faster than the decision-making process at the larger companies. And this certainly helped to cut costs quite substantially. The company explains the difference in smartphone development costs versus the world's major manufacturers by Yota's rational approach to ogsanization of its operations, Lenta.ru reports.Yota Devices also made extensive use of freelancers and consultants, which is far less expensive than paying full-time employees. Altogether, about USD 50 million was invested in organizing the business to develop, set up the production and promotion of two YotaPhone smartphone models.This money was spent to put together an international team, a structure for sales and post-sales service in Russia and overseas. This amount also included the cost of advertising.As a reminder, the first YotaPhone model went on sale in December 2013. Apart from Russia and the CIS, the YotaPhone is available in Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and the UAE.Its key distinguishing feature is its two screens, one the conventional LCD screen on the front, and another one based on the E Ink technology.

eMagin receives three new R&D contracts worth $6.8 million
October 13, 2014
HIGHLIGHT: eMagin Corporation, a manufacturer of OLED microdisplays and virtual imaging technologies, has received three new R&D contracts totaling $6.8 million.

YALTA October 3.
October 03, 2014
Andrei Zverev said on Friday He told TASS that Russia has been creating its own hardware components for quite a long time, and the problem was not linked to technology, but to the economy.

Microsoft launches Chromecast rival --- $60 Wireless Display Adapter
September 24, 2014
In a new launch which challenges Google's $35-priced Chromecast HDMI-streaming dongle, Microsoft has recently announced its Wireless Display Adapter for Miracast screen streaming.


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