It would seem that 100-inch or larger LCD sets are best left to the big boys, and Sony is, at least for now, not included in that particular club. "I think it is unnecessary for many companies to make a 100-inch TV," explains Sony Corp President Ryoji Chubachi. He claims that there currently isn't enough of a demand for such extreme sizes. Considering that Sony buys its panels from Samsung, we're not even sure they could make a 100+ screenie. Guess we'll have to go to Panasonic, Matsushita, Sharp, or even LG instead once we win the lotto. [Japan Today]
Sony Refuses To Enter +100-Inch HDTV War
Trending Stories Right Now
Researchers Made 25-Ton Boulders They Can Move By Hand, Giving More Insights Into Ancient Engineering
How were giant ancient structures like Stonehenge, or the towering Moai heads on Easter Island, assembled at a time when cranes and trucks were still hundreds of years away? Researchers at MIT have given more credence to theories that ancient engineers were masters of balance and leverage with a new experiment that produced giant concrete structures, some 25-tons in weight, that can be still be manoeuvred by hand.
Earlier today a slew of journalists reported significant screen issues with Samsung Galaxy Fold review units. Samsung has finally released a response.