VESA launches DisplayHDR certification specification
Self-test tool due early next year.
Self-test tool due early next year.
Ticks a feature missing from the XL2540.
240Hz flat and 144Hz curved, respectively.
Low-power sunlight-readable slates coming soon, says ex-OLPC tech company.
We investigate new devices and services that look set to blur the line between TV and the Internet.
A new survey has revealed that only 30 percent of Japan is interested in 3D TV tech.
Samsung has offered a peek at a new 18.5" LCD display powered entirely by USB.
We see the first six-screen kit designed specifically for Eyefinty6 - it's nice, but it ain't cheap
DisplaySearch claims that LED backlight tech will account for the vast majority of notebook sales in 2010 - with the rest of the display sector catching up by 2013.
A California-based startup is claiming that its Laser Phosphor Displays - which offer higher viewing angles, better contrast, and no motion blur - represent the future.
Mitsubishi has demonstrated a prototype 155" OLED display for commercial use, which is made up of 1.5" square building blocks - and can be made bigger or smaller at will.
Sony's Sir Howard Stringer has voiced a desire to bring stereoscopic 3D to virtually every Sony product.
Microsoft apparently lifted the requirement that all games run at 720p from Xbox 360 developers earlier this year.
The Advertising Standards Authority has branded adverts for LED-backlit TVs from Samsung "misleading," and has banned the ads from running again.
A new technique for the creation of OLED displays could lead to devices becoming as "inexpensive as printing newspapers" according to a Japanese researcher.
Sharp has created a prototype full-HD 60.5" display which uses five primary colours to render its palette - allowing for 99 percent of the Pointer colour space to be reproduced.
Researchers have accurately emulated CRT colour-bleeding, afterimage effects and scanlines in an Atari 2600 emulator.
Philips has shut down its 3D TV division - including the team behind the glasses-free WOWvx technology - citing the slowing economy.
Monitor manufacturer Collins has taken the plunge and launched a display range based on the royalty-free Mini DisplayPort specification from Apple.
CES 2009: Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer demonstrated the world's first flexible OLED technology today during his keynote at CES.
Apple has announced its new range of MacBooks and its first LED backlit Cinema Display in a keynote at its Cupertino headquarters.
At the current rate of growth, NEC says it expects more than 90 percent of all desktop LCDs it ships to be widescreen by the end of 2010.
BenQ introduced four new 16:9 'Full HD' LCD monitors yesterday in London and also made some interesting predictions for the monitor market.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia, in conjunction with Viewsonic and Mitsubishi, has been showing off stereoscopic 3D display technology and it's really cool.
You've used the Eee PC notebook, you've seen the Eee PC desktop and now get ready for the monitor.. with an Eee PC inside!
Maxdata, the company behind the Belinea line of CRT and TFT monitors, has officially filed for insolvency.
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus demonstrated four 22-inch monitors daisy chained together and connected via just one USB 2.0 port. Impressive stuff.
Sharp and Hitachi, who make the LCD screens for the Nintendo DS, have been accused of price fixing following office raids in Japan.
Texas Instruments has announced a new line of Digital Light Processor chips for rear-projection TVs which it hopes will revitalise a technology many companies have abandoned.