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World's First Fully Organic Flexible OLED Will Wrap Around Your Wrist

The idea of truly flexible displays never gets boring, and now Plastic Logic is taking us one step closer. Its latest flexible OLED is the world’s first to be made using fully organic transistors — and it’s surprisingly pleasing display could wrap around your entire wrist.


How Much Time The World Spends Looking At Screens, Visualised

Ever wondered how much time the average person spends looking at their TV, computer, phone or laptop? Well, this chart shows exactly that, broken down by country.


The First Supersonic Private Jet Has Huge Screens Instead Of Windows

Windows are kind of a drag for aeroplanes — literally. They add extra weight, weaken the body, and generally slow the aircraft down. That’s why the new Spike S-512 Supersonic Jet won’t have any. Instead, passengers get to enjoy their sky-high surroundings on real-time, panoramic video screens.


How Much Of Your Phone Is Actually Screen?

Sure, you think about how big a phone’s screen is all the time, but how much of a phone’s screen is actually screen? This handy visualisation from Post PC shows exactly how your handset stacks up against the rest of the world in screen-to-bezel ratio. The results might surprise you.


From Tablets To TVs: What's Next For Display Tech In 2014

Starting in 2010 when Apple made the retina display and display quality a central theme for their product marketing, displays have moved up from the doldrums into an unprecedented renaissance of new display technologies for smartphones, tablets, TVs, and entirely new classes of products like wearable displays.


The OLEDs Of The Future Could Be Inkjet Printed

In the future we should hope for all of our displays to be OLED; it’s thin, light, deep with colour, and energy efficient to boot. It’s also incredibly expensive. That could soon change though thanks to a jumped-up inkjet printer.


The Relative Screen Resolutions Of Your Favourite Devices In One Chart

The display on your phone is relatively tiny. But in pixels, it’s friggin’ huge. That’s the beauty of high resolution. So how would that phone screen compare to your TV, or your tablet or your laptop if it was spread out to a similarly-sized screen? Doghouse Diaries made this graphic to show you, and it’s kind of nuts.


Samsung And LG Planning Flexible Screens In Coming Weeks

We’ve already got curved TVs, but how about getting a curved phone in your pocket? LG and Samsung are both racing to beat each other to the punch over the new flexible screen tech, which some sources say could come as early as this week.


Alleged Android KitKat Screens Hint At Tiny Little Upgrades

Android 4.4 Key Lime Pie Kit Kat is on the horizon, so it’s no surprise that (possible) screenshots are (allegedly) leaking out. We’ve seen a few that boast a new, flat design, but now we’re seeing hints that there’s actually no big visual change in store.


LG Announces 5.5-inch 2560x1440 Smartphone Display With 538PPI

Hot diggity. LG just announced an insane 5.5-inch smartphone screen that has pixels that must be made from some sort of mixture between dense diamond sparkles and unicorn blood paint. More seriously, the 5.5-inch AH-IPS LCD display’s resolution is 2560×1440 (Quad HD) and packs 538 pixels per inch. That makes it the highest resolution and pixel density for a smartphone panel.


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