As we become more used to rapid advancements in technology, it gets more and more difficult to wait for them. Case in point: Samsung’s flexible display technology, which was displayed at CES 2011. And it’s still not out yet! The good news is that we may see these displays beginning to roll out in 2013.
With the Apple vs the world patent wars finally simmering down, we were all hoping these patent battles would soon be over. It turns out that couldn’t be further from the truth as LG is being taken to court by Samsung over OLED patents.
Everyone wants a piece of Samsung these days, it seems. I’m not if it’s because of their skyrocketing status or just because everyone wants to copy Apple, but LG is the latest inhibitor to Samsung’s uncontrolled climb to Android dominance.
If you’ve watched LG and Samsung over the past decade or so, you would’ve realized just how similar Samsung and LG products were in the vast majority of cases.... At some point, I even started to think about LG devices as cheaper, poorer alternatives to Samsung’s devices. But why was this happening?
Samsung and LG are both from South Korea, and bot...
There has been much debate around exactly what improvements Samsung has brought to the table with the Galaxy S3 over the S2 and a big part of that discussion has... concentrated on the two smartphones’ displays.
While many users have agreed that the S3’s screen is a natural evolution from the S2’s panel, there have been more than a fistful of critic...
Let’s add one more company in the long list of those who are trying to make ‘bendable display’ more than just a buzz word. Japanese giant Sony recently showcased its very... own flexible OLED panel at the Society for Information Display’s Display Week 2012 in Boston – the place to see and be seen for companies in the display industry.
The 9.9-inch flexible OLED pa...