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Samsung Unveils 55-inch Super OLED TV

Written on January 10, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Samsung unveils its answer to LG's 55-inch OLED TV, the 'SUPER' OLED TV.

Samsung unveiled the ‘SUPER’ OLED TV, the Korean electronics giants answer to its rival LG’s “world’s largest” OLED TV. The slender 55-inch TV boasts an ‘unmatched vivid and true-to-life picture quality’ with its enhanced color accuracy and has self-emitting RGB sub-pixels that eliminates the need for color filter.

It also has a 3D support, a dual-core processor that allows users to run multiple apps without interrupting the viewing experience and includes smart interaction capabilities such as voice and motion control and face recognition technology.

No word on the price or exact release date yet but the Samsung Super OLED TV is expected to be out in the second half of 2012.

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Future of Smartphones: Holograms and Folding Screens

Written on May 22, 2011 by Adam Eve

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After Apple's iPhone paved the way for smartphones, what should be the design and features of a smartphone of the future?

A crowd sourcing company that specializes in ‘online co-creation of products’, eYeka, has published some interesting concepts for future smartphones. In addition to this, their community came up with requirements that the next generation smartphones must be minimalistic, with more features but not complicated, feels like an extension of the human body, can be a ‘life guide’, eco-friendly and projects information through hologram.

Hit the break to see the two winning concepts of a next generation smartphone.

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Nikkei: PSP 2 will Sport an OLED Touchscreen and 3G Service

Written on January 24, 2011 by Charles Bass

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Are we finally seeing the newest "PSP" and its "tablet-like" features?

Four more days to go and we’ll finally hear Sony’s revelation about the PSP2. To spice things up, there’s an intriguing leaked photo that shows the hardware of the new PSP. Japan’s reliable newspaper, Nikkei, reported that the handheld console will be sporting OLED touchscreen and 3G data from service provider, NTT DoCoMo.

The newspaper also reported that the screen will be larger and will be powered by new powerful silicon. Sony also mentioned the use of a new processor for the PSP2. Nikkei detailed a few notes about the PlayStation Phone. According to them, the PlayStation Phone will run on Google Android OS and will allow users to access non-game apps like video and scheduling services.

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