New Display Doubles As Scanner
Apr 9, 2003, 11:15 AM by (staff)
Toshiba Matsushita Display Technology Co. has unveiled a new type of LCD display that adds an image capturing function. The "Input Display" has an optical sensor next to each pixel. When placed on an object, the display scans an area of actual display size and captures it as a 960x240-pixel monochrome image. The company expects the display to open new applications, such as integrated fingerprint authentication. The 3.5-inch LTPS-type LCD display will be exhibited at EDEX 2003, a display exhibition in Tokyo that starts today.
Micro-LED Backlights Could Bring OLED Performance to LCD Screens
Jan 5, 2017
AT CES this week, Rohinni demonstrated its micro-LED technology, and provided a glimpse at new backlight technology it's working on for the LCD display panels used in phones. While most LED chips are around 1mm, Rohinni's micro-LEDs are many times smaller and can be placed precisely on thin, flexible plastic sheets.
Google Reveals Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL with Bigger Screens, Better Cameras
Oct 9, 2018
Google today announced a new batch of Pixel phones, including the Pixel 3 and larger Pixel 3 XL. The phones will come in sand, black, and white.
Google's Pixel and Pixel XL Phones First to Include Google Assistant
Oct 4, 2016
Google today announced the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. These handsets supplant Google's Nexus line of smartphones and include Pixel-specific user interface elements and Google Assistant.
Verizon Only Carrier to Sell Google Pixel, But There Are Options
Oct 4, 2017
Verizon Wireless is the only U.S. wireless operator that will officially sell the new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets, same as it was with last year's Pixels.
Google Turning On Pixel Visual Core in All Pixel 2 Handsets
Feb 5, 2018
Google today said it is fully activating the Pixel Visual Core co-processor in its newer Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. The Pixel Visual Core allows the Pixel 2 devices to make use of advanced machine learning to improve HDR+ photography.