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  • LG Electronics Inc started taking orders on Wednesday for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) televisions, hoping to take the initiative over its rival Samsung in the next-generation technology. LG and Samsung showcased 55-inch (140 cm) OLED TVs a year ago but, priced five times higher than liquid-crystal display (LCD) equivalents, they have yet to reach store shelves. The technology is considered the future of consumer electronics displays and...

    LG starts taking pre-orders in South Korea for 55-inch OLED TV

    LG Electronics Inc started taking orders on Wednesday for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) televisions, hoping to take the initiative over its rival Samsung in the next-generation technology. LG and Samsung showcased 55-inch (140 cm) OLED TVs a year ago but, priced five times higher than liquid-crystal display (LCD) equivalents, they have yet to reach store shelves. The technology is considered the future of consumer electronics displays and...

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  • urth quarter. The displays will be based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels and would offer an ultra-high definition (UHD) resolution also known as 4K. Apparently, the company”s E2 line at its display complex in Paju will be used for the production of these displays. Flexible displays are thinner, lighter and more durable when compared to the presently popular glass displays. These also happen to be much more impact resistant. Ac...

    LG to start mass-production of flexible displays this year: Report

    urth quarter. The displays will be based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels and would offer an ultra-high definition (UHD) resolution also known as 4K. Apparently, the company”s E2 line at its display complex in Paju will be used for the production of these displays. Flexible displays are thinner, lighter and more durable when compared to the presently popular glass displays. These also happen to be much more impact resistant. Ac...

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  • No red carpet. No sleek limousines dropping off celebrities dressed to impress. It is the world”s “least authoritative” film festival, according to one of its organizers, featuring works by unlikely filmmakers with little to no capital or experience and only smartphones as their camera equipment. In its third year, South <strong>Korea</strong>”s annual Olleh International Smartphone Film Festival has drawn more than 700 entries from South...

    Smartphone film fest draws unlikely filmmakers

    No red carpet. No sleek limousines dropping off celebrities dressed to impress. It is the world”s “least authoritative” film festival, according to one of its organizers, featuring works by unlikely filmmakers with little to no capital or experience and only smartphones as their camera equipment. In its third year, South Korea”s annual Olleh International Smartphone Film Festival has drawn more than 700 entries from South...

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