Tuesday, January 29, 2019
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Seeya Technology and Universal Display Corporation Announce an OLED Evaluation Agreement "Tieer Gu, President and Chief Executive Officer of Seeya Information Technology Co., Ltd. 'We are pleased to be working with Universal Display with its 20+ years of experience and know-how in the OLED ecosystem. Partnering and combining our strengths will lead to extraordinary, cutting-edge products for the consumer market.'" via Business Wire

Samsung wants to bring curved OLED displays to VR "Curved displays are thought to better recreate the peripheral vision of round human eyes, as well as give a wider viewing angle, though they can struggle with more light distortion than flat screens in bright environments." via TechRadar

Italian researchers develop a graphene-based OFET for future OLED and OLET displays "The researchers say that the new process and materials they used can enable flexible, transparent and short-channel OFETs - which could be used in the future for OLED or OLET (organic light emitting transistor) displays." via Graphine-info

Engineers report a new method for producing new flexible LCD screens "RUDN engineers and scientists have replaced traditional polyamide films with a more promising substance—the so-called azo dyes. These are organic compositions that contain two or more azo groups consisting of two nitrogen atoms." via Phys.org

Huawei is accused of attempting to copycat a T-Mobile robot, and the charges read like a comical spy movie "At the time, T-Mobile was touting a device-testing robot called Tappy, which comprised a robotic arm and camera that tapped new phones to test their responsiveness and catch any software bugs." via Business Insider

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