Samsung will end production of traditional LCDs, to switch to Quantum Dot technology instead
Other companies too have distanced themselves from traditional LCDs, including LG and Panasonic.
Apple to strike a $100 million deal with Japan Display for its LCD panels
Japan Display is still an important supplier to Apple for OLED panels in Apple Watch and LCD for iPhone XR.
Apple's iPhone line-up to completely embrace OLED displays in 2020: Report
Apple Inc plans to launch three new iPhone models this year, including one with an LCD screen.
LG says trade conflicts will undermine its global display panel business
LG Display ranks second by unit shipments in the large LCD panel market after China’s BOE Technology Group.
LG Display net profit plunges in Q3 due to price uptick in its mainstay LCDs
LG Display said its operating profit was 140 billion won ($123.2 million) for the July-September quarter.
Panasonic joins Japan Display to license low cost OLED panel-making process
This will produce OLED screens 20 percent to 30 percent cheaper than the current evaporation process.
Mobiles and laptops may soon sport a new nanotech display device
Quantum dot semiconductor nanocrystals absorb Ultraviolet light and produce sharp, bright colours.
Japan Display is considering to rope in new investors for OLED screens
Japan Display has been caught out by a swift change in consumption trends, with handset makers shifting to the thinner and flexible OLED displays.
Amazon and Foxconn to open factories in the US with the aim of shortening their supply chain
Amazon plans to make thousands of hiring offers in one day when it holds a job fair next week across the country.
Foxconn plan to build display panel factory in US has states lobbying in anticipation of jobs
Foxconn would add 500 jobs at a high-tech manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania hasn’t panned out.
Samsung announces world’s first ‘stretchable’ OLED display
Samsung’s new stretchable display can be rolled or bent into any form you want and it can go back to its original shape. Not only that, it can take dents up to half an inch deep.
Japan Displays showcases a flexible LCD to compete with OLED
The latest entrant in the bending game is Japan Displays Inc. as the manufacturer has revealed a 5.5-inch flexible LCD screen that can bend just like the OLED displays from Samsung and LG.
Foxconn and Sharp working together on an $8.8 billion LCD plant
A joint venture between Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, known as Foxconn, and Sharp Corp plans to build a 61 billion yuan ($8.8 billion) factory in China to produce liquid-crystal displays (LCDs).
Apple iPhone 8 may come with curved OLED and LCD display variants
Apple is rumoured to release iPhone 8 in OLED and LCD variants next year, of which OLED models are likely to sport curved displays.
Huawei launches Enjoy 6S with Snapdragon 435 and 3GB RAM for $232
The new smartphone is developed by Huawei in partnership with China Mobile, and not much has changed regarding design except minor changes like the position of LED flash and overall 0.3mm slimmer housing than Enjoy 6.
Refreshed OnePlus 3 in the works with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
OnePlus may be looking at refreshing the OnePlus 3 with a newer model called the OnePlus 3 Plus or OnePlus 3S.
Japanese company Sharp Corp to spend $570 million on OLED screen panel production
Japan's Sharp Corp said it will spend $570 million on its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen business - one of its first major investments since it was taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn although the amount pales in comparison to efforts by South Korean rivals.
LG Display to invest $1.75 billion for flexible OLED screens
South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd said it will invest 1.99 trillion won ($1.75 billion) to boost capacity for flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays, its latest attempt to meet growing demand from mobile device makers.
Samsung denies reports about splitting OLED from unprofitable LCD business
The Korean Times said that post separation the company's majority workforce has joined the OLED business. The move was to get rid off the unprofitable LCD business and focuss on OLED.
LG launches 105-inch Curved TV with Ultra HD screen
The 21:9 aspect ratio which LG calls 'CinemaScope' and the 5,120 x 2,160 UHD resolution (11 million pixels) means that viewing information can be can be pulled up on the side of the screen without cutting out the main image