The age of Ultra HD displays will soon be descending upon our mobile devices and Japan Display Inc., also known as JDI, wants to be at the forefront of that change. It has just announced a new 10.-inch LCD module for tablets that
If yesterday’s revelation about Samsung‘s plans for bended and foldable displays for 2014 and onwards had you a wee bit curious, then these latest tidbits will probably make you intrigued even more. At its second
Japan Display Inc. (JDI) seems to be on a roll of late, putting out extremely high resolution displays for smartphones and tablets to bolster its position as a top mobile screen manufacturer. This time the company is announcing
Japan Display Inc. (JDI) is really picking up the pace when it comes to manufacturing LCD modules for use in various mobile devices. After just recently announcing a 5-inch Full HD WhiteMagic LCD module for smartphones, the
One of the signs of growing demand for smartphones and mobile devices is when electronics manufacturers start reallocating resources to the production of smartphone components. Such seems to be the case with Sharp who will be
One of the perennial problems in mobile technology is how to keep displays bright and crisp, especially under bright sunlight, without putting a drain on the battery considerably. Mobile display manufacturer Japan Display Inc.
Earlier this month we reported on a few issues plaguing the new Google Nexus 7 tablet. The biggest issue is some users have been reporting screen glitches with multitouch. Pinch to zoom on maps, double taps on buttons when
If you’re like me and want to watch Monday Night Football in full 1080p at home, or from the Android phone in your pocket you’ll love this news. Yesterday LG unveiled what they are calling the “world’s
Every week we bring you news about big apps, flashy apps, important apps. This week’s most notable addition to the Android Market is certainly Google Currents, and it’s definitely worth checking out (and adding
What you’re looking at here is the Lifetouch by NEC. It bears a striking resemblance to the Nintendo DS. This will be a 7-inch Android 2.1 tablet that should make its way into the Japanese market this October.