By Ken Werner • Jul 30 2014, 9:37pm
All of AMOLED-land is divided into two parts.
Part 1: Â Samsung dominates production of smart-phone-sized AMOLED displayss, and is now doing the same for tablet-sized AMOLED displays.
(The first Samsung Galaxy tablets with AMOLED displays are now available in the U.S.
market.) Part 2: Â LG still struggles to make AMOLED TVs a mass-market product, but […]
By Pete Putman • Jul 25 2014, 9:07pm
It's late July, and the summer doldrums have definitely arrived.
The flow of press releases has slowed to a trickle, and all kinds of strange stuff arrives in my mailbox several times a day — most of it destined for the recycling bin.
Even so, there are a few stories worth mentioning.
Let's take a quick glance.
By Ken Werner • Jul 18 2014, 6:56pm
Repeat after me: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media.
Again: 4K TV does NOT require native 4K media.
The reason I’m repeating myself — not only in the previous sentence, but also in echoing other articles I’ve written — is that self-styled experts continue to say that 4K TV will not be successful […]
By Pete Putman • Jul 12 2014, 12:15am
Aereo, having lost its appeal to the Supreme Court, has done a turnabout and is asking the 2nd Circuit to be classified as a cable TV service provider.