I'm a bit of a sucker for concept interface designs: I love how they show off the massive capabilities of new technology without any obvious current practical use. But these new offerings from Microsoft could actually be useful.
Samsung has announced that it is spinning out its LCD division as a separate company, to be called Samsung Display, on April 1st. The move will see Samsung retain only its OLED production, in a bid to streamline its struggling display section.
MacRumors claims that they have scored an iPad 3 display. According to their analysis, the new iPad—which should be well into production at this point—will have double the resolution in the same surface: 2,048 x 1,536 pixels.
Reflections and glare on your electronic devices is irritating and causes eye strain. Nippon Electric Glass is battling glare for eyeballs everywhere with their so-impressive-you-can't-even-see-it Invisible Glass.
Cnet has found postings on Apple's support forums with users complaining of an excessively yellowed display on the new iPhone 4S when compared to the iPhone 4. Is this a case of early manufacturing woes or just a subtle tweak?