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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
But...but Apple said it would be the next big thing
Despite a fundamentalist belief among the Tame Apple Press that OLED would be the next big thing, Samsung says that it will not be looking at OLED TVs and it is slashing its production of smaller screen OLEDs because Apple was not selling enough iPhone Xs to make it worthwhile.
Saved itself from angry shareholders
LG Display saved itself from the wrath of Wall Street for its lack-lustre performance by announcing that it will begin making plastic organic light-emitting diode panels at a new line in South Korea in the third quarter.
OLED Screen issues
The Tame Apple Press is celebrating after Google's new flagship Android phone is officially out and its new OLED screen appears to have display problems.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus overshadowed
iPhone X is the flagship iPhone that Apple fanboys will be giving up their kidneys to own. It has OLED, face unlock and edge to edge display and if it looks the same as the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, it is because it is pretty much the same as a Galaxy S8 with its edge to edge display – why waste money on design teams when Samsung has done your job for you.