Microsoft markets LG's OLED TVs as best for Xbox Series X
Best way to experience HDR games
LG and Microsoft have teamed up in an exclusive partnership to promote next-gen gaming with Microsoft Xbox Series X console and LG's OLED TVs.
Japan Display falls on Apple’s OLED decision
Company Apple dependent
Shares of Apple supplier Japan Display fell by six percent after a media report that Apple will use OLED screens for all its forthcoming fifth-generation (5G) iPhones this year.
Japan Display will make OLED screens for Apple Watch
A late shift
Japan Display will begin to supply organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens for the Apple Watch later this year.
Taiwan expects an OLED boom this year
Yield rates improving
A boom in OLED should be in full swing this year
Sharp makes OLED move
A slow and careful start
Sharp has unveiled its long-awaited move into the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen market.
LG shows the world's first 8K OLED TV at IFA 2018
88-inches with over 33 million pixels
LG has officially unveiled the world's first 8K OLED TV at the IFA 2018 show in Berlin, packing a resolution of 7680x4320 on an 88-inch screen panel.
OLED burn in problem gets more public
LG checks out OLED at Korean airport
LG Electronics has switched its 2018 model OLED TV on display at a South Korean airport to LCD due to burn-in problems, highlighting an under talked about problem for the technology.
Apple insists suppliers sacrifice their profits
The needs of Apple are more important than suppliers.
There is evidence that Apple is leaning on its suppliers to give it more discounts to push up its margins to keep the company looking like it is making significant money with fewer sales.
Google working with Sharp for better screens
VR-optimised OLED panel capable of 20 megapixels per eye
Google is working with Sharp on developing LCDs capable of VR performance normally associated with OLED and wants to commercialise panels capable of 20 megapixels per eye.
Russians come up with new superscreen tech
OLED is really looking silly now
Lomonosov Moscow State University boffins and their chums at the Russian Academy of Sciences have emerged from their smoke filled labs holding a new liquid crystal material with high potential as a basis for brighter, faster, energy saving displays with higher resolution.