Friday, June 28, 2019
Display Alliance in Apple, BOE, Fingerprint, Japan Display, Micro LED, Mojo Vision, News Roundup, Plessey, Trade War

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Apple Grants $100 Million Lifeline to Ailing Japan Display "The U.S. company is stepping in after Taiwan’s TPK Holding Co. withdrew from a $1.1 billion rescue plan for the Japanese firm, the person said, asking not to be identified discussing a private deal." via Bloomberg

BOE developed LCD displays with Optical Fingerprint support; mass production starts this year "The leading Chinese display manufacturer, BOE Display Technology has announced that it has successfully developed an optical fingerprint technology-supporting LCD display." via GizChina.com

Key Technologies and Advanced Applications of Micro LED Technology at Micro LEDforum 2019 "Plessey, who won the CES 2019 Innovation Award with its Micro LED AR smart glasses, is also joining Micro LEDforum 2019 to introduce its monolithic Micro LED with GaN-on-Si technology." via LED Inside

This MicroLED Display Is Smaller Than a Bug "A Silicon Valley-based startup has recently emerged from stealth mode to reveal what it claims is the smallest, most pixel-dense dynamic display ever built. Mojo Vision’s display is just 0.48 millimeters across, but it has about 300 times as many pixels per square inch as a typical smartphone display." via IEEE Spectrum

Stocks are climbing after Trump says there's 'a very good chance' of progress on trade talks with China "President Donald Trump and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are set to meet on Saturday in a high-stakes encounter that could determine whether the US follows through on its threat to extend tariffs to virtually all Chinese goods." via Business Insider

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