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LG to show 88-inch 8K OLED, new ‘Wallpaper’ OLED, 8K LCD, and more at CES 2019 "...a recent press release, LG has confirmed we will be seeing a consumer-ready 88-inch 8K OLED TV, a 75-inch 8K LED TV, and an all-new version of its eye-catching ‘wallpaper’ OLED..." via Digital Trends

Samsung rumored to bring ‘Sound on Display’ OLED panels to CES 2019 "...Samsung plans to show off its “Sound on Display” (SoD) OLED panels at CES 2019 next month. First announced earlier this year, SoD panels eliminate the need for external speakers and allow the display to emit sound..." via BGR

The Silver Lining In Apple's Very Bad iPhone News "The main culprit appears to be China, where the trade war and a broader economic slowdown contributed to plummeting iPhone sales. But CEO Tim Cook’s letter to investors pointed to a secondary thread as well ... People are holding onto their iPhones longer." via Wired

Samsung will show 'OLED' TV based on quantum dots "The Korean display specialist uses a blue-glowing organic layer to stimulate quantum dots that produce red and green pixels from the blue light. The advantage over the previous LCD TVs with quantum dots: a viewpoint independent, high-contrast representation." via Guru 3D

Nanoco and Plessey Partner to Shrink Full-Colour microLED Pixels by 87% Using Quantum Dots "Quantum dots offer the best solution for today’s emerging display requirements. The nano-sized emitters with narrow band emission make them a suitable solution for Plessey’s microLED display roadmap, which will see pixels being driven down to 4µm in size by 2019." via Business Wire

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