At a Japanese tech exhibition, a Taiwanese display maker unveils a prototype larger than market leader Sony's.
Ceatec exhibitors show off prototype displays for our mobile devices and televisions, including display measuring just 0.3 millimeter thick.
If you've recently won the lottery, had a bit of luck on the stock market or sold all your limbs, you might be able to afford the new XEL-1, Sony's first OLED TV
LG received $500 million upfront as part of a five-year deal that seems similar to deals Apple has cut with flash memory suppliers.
LG today announced nine new LCD models with features including wireless HD and support for on-screen internet widgets, but won't someone think of the plasmas?
The LG Neon makes an appearance on PhoneArena, which makes us think AT&T's launch of the device is imminent.
The U.S. military unit commits an additional five years of funding for research of the thin electronic screens at Arizona State University's Flexible Display Center.
Despite the sluggishness of Windows Mobile, the LG Incite is an excellent first foray into the U.S. smartphone market.
LG combines the first plasma capable of streaming Netflix with THX display certification.
The LG Secret, possibly slated for AT&T, shows up on LG's site ahead of schedule.