Flexible displays are all the talk at CES 2019, but most of the attention has gone toward smartphones. The Cleer Mirage brings the futuristic tech to a wireless speaker.
Sony wowed audiences at CES with an jaw-dropping 8K HDR TV that looks to be the brightest display we've ever seen.
Touch interaction specialist Qeexo shows off technology that creates virtual tools on a touch screen, based on how you position your hand.
A new USB-C to HDMI standard will make it easier to connect smartphones and PCs to your television or monitor.
The 18-inch OLED concept display rolls up like a newspaper and will be one of the many displays LG shows off this week at CES 2016.
QD Vision's quantum dot technology is now small enough for monitors and all-in-one PCs, allowing for full-gamut color on smaller screens.
Google Glass may need standalone retail stores to sell, fit and train customers on how to use the specs.
As much as Apple would like you to believe the MacBook Air is the only notebook of its kind, there’s a whole world of Ultrabook alternatives out there.
Just days after reports surfaced that Foxconn's CEO confirmed the iTV, the company released a statement denying the confirmation.
Unsurprisingly, the OLED market will grow in the small-screen market to 11 billion by 2017 thanks to a reduction in component costs.
This week, we talk about sweet monitors, Kinect-friendly Skyrim, the best doorbell ever made and ISP's that fight for you.
This universal display supposedly streams content from a smartphone or tablet via a Wi-Fi connection instead of the typical HDMI cable.
AOC is launching a 22-inch USB-based monitor next month. In the meantime, consumers can get an early glance next week at CES 2012.
MasterImage's glasses-free displays for tablets and smartphones have been released, and will make an appearance at CES 2012 next week.
This new tech promises not only "wearable TV" in a compact, sunglasses-like form factor, but interaction with SMART devices.
Google is apparently working on wearable technology, which some circles say is actually a pair of glasses.
CMI and MasterImage 3D are currently demonstrating a 4.3-inch glasses-free 3D smartphone display sporting a 720p resolution at the FPD! International convention in Yokohama.
We know that data input via touch will have to evolve at some point. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University believe that a more sophisticated system that can distinguish between different parts of the finger could be one approach.
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