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  • South <strong>Korean</strong> consumer device makers Samsung Electronics Co and LG Electronics Inc unveiled curved, super-thin televisions on Tuesday, hoping to become early market leaders in new organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV technology. Considered the future of consumer electronics displays, the OLED technology is more energy-efficient and offers higher-contrast images than liquid crystal display, and is so thin that future mobile devices will be able...

    Samsung, LG unveil super-thin, curved OLED TVs

    South Korean consumer device makers Samsung Electronics Co and LG Electronics Inc unveiled curved, super-thin televisions on Tuesday, hoping to become early market leaders in new organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV technology. Considered the future of consumer electronics displays, the OLED technology is more energy-efficient and offers higher-contrast images than liquid crystal display, and is so thin that future mobile devices will be able...

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  • ...selected for screening during the festival which ends Saturday. “When I was in college I wanted a camera so much, so I sold doughnuts for six months to buy a Hitachi camera,” said Bong Joong-ho, 44-year-old South <strong>Korean</strong> movie director who is jury president for the festival. “But now more than 30 million people have more than 30 million cameras they can shoot movies with,” he said of South Korea where two thirds of the cou...

    Smartphone film fest draws unlikely filmmakers

    ...selected for screening during the festival which ends Saturday. “When I was in college I wanted a camera so much, so I sold doughnuts for six months to buy a Hitachi camera,” said Bong Joong-ho, 44-year-old South Korean movie director who is jury president for the festival. “But now more than 30 million people have more than 30 million cameras they can shoot movies with,” he said of South Korea where two thirds of the cou...

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  • Shares in embattled Sharp soared Wednesday after reports that South <strong>Korean</strong> rival Samsung would become its biggest foreign shareholder, highlighting the fading fortunes of Japan”s electronics giants. Sharp”s stock jumped 17.06 percent to 350 yen in opening Tokyo trade before easing to 339 yen by the morning break. The huge move was stoked by reports in Japan”s leading Nikkei business daily and other media that Samsung was set to...

    Sharp shares soar on reports of Samsung tie-up

    Shares in embattled Sharp soared Wednesday after reports that South Korean rival Samsung would become its biggest foreign shareholder, highlighting the fading fortunes of Japan”s electronics giants. Sharp”s stock jumped 17.06 percent to 350 yen in opening Tokyo trade before easing to 339 yen by the morning break. The huge move was stoked by reports in Japan”s leading Nikkei business daily and other media that Samsung was set to...

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