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DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY NEWS ROUNDUP 02.12.19

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Foxconn, Following 'Personal Conversation' with Trump, Revives Plans for an LCD Plant in Wisconsin "...it would in fact manufacture LCD screens. But instead of the advanced Generation 10.5 screens originally promised in 2017, the plant would be the simpler, Generation 6 option that requires a lower-cost manufacturing facility." via Fortune

A Translucent and Flexible Perovskite Based LED is Under Development "A research team ... at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (Ulsan, Republic of Korea) recently announced developments related to flexible Perovskite Light Emitting Diodes (PeLEDs)." via Display Daily

Apple Watches and LCD screens are propping up LG, not OLED "As OLED tech is still too expensive for the mid-range market, LG Display is reliant on cash from its liquid crystal display tech, and a lucrative partnership with Apple" via Wired

Scientists find a cheaper way to light up OLED screens "'We have been using iridium because you get a highly' Thompson says. 'One of our challenges has been to come up with an alternative that is more abundant.'" via Phys.org

Clock ticks on tariff truce as US and China hold second day of trade talks "Analysts have said it would be difficult for the world’s two largest economies to resolve their trade disputes by the designated date..." via South China Morning Post

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