Samsung shows a prototype of a laptop that uses its AMOLED display technology.
Dupont Materials and Dainippon Screen are forming an alliance to develop mass production techniques for OLED screens.
Company is doubling its OLED production the next two years so the panels will be available not just for televisions, but monitors, and laptop displays as well.
The ability to "print" organic light-emitting diodes could bring down the cost of flexible, energy-efficient lights.
Sony booth guy: "Well, sir, OLED stands for Organic LED." American dumbass: "Okay, organic: I don't care. Why should I care about this thing?" What, you think these are free-range LEDs?
Large OLED screens look great, but making them is not a million laughs. Producing them in large quantities remains a work in progress, executives say.
Sony has a 27-inch OLED TV prototype. Didn't we see this last year?
Sony announced the first OLED-based HDTV at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show.
New advances in display technology, showcased at related confab, are moving high-definition television forward--and driving manufacturing costs down.
Teaser site was circulating only a few days.