The IPO for the world's largest smartphone display supplier did not go swimmingly on Wednesday.
Lux Research forecasts a shakeout as new technologies give polysilicon cells more competition. But strong demand and rapid growth remain.
In China, making polysilicon to meet the booming demand for solar panels is leaving behind toxic waste, according to a report.
Its manufacturing process and improved polysilicon efficiency will produce grid-parity pricing within a few years, start-up Suniva claims.
DisplaySearch projects that larger, higher-density displays are headed for Apple's next iPhone in 2014. And AMOLED displays may become more widespread in the tablet market.
Paying for solar on commercial rooftops; more-efficient polysilicon and thin-film solar cells; JPMorgan buys into carbon trading; biogasoline; and GreenFuel Technologies' progress could mean the first commercial-scale algae fuel plant.
Cowen and Company says the design of the iPhone 6 is decided. The investment firm also has something to say about the rumored 13-inch iPad.
A refresh of the iPad Mini is coming in the third quarter, NPD DisplaySearch said late Sunday in an update.
The second-generation Nexus 7 has one of the highest pixel density displays for a tablet to date. Apple could opt for the same display technology in the iPad Mini Retina.
Qualcomm and/or Intel may be aiming to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in struggling display maker Sharp.