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LG's ultra-thin OLED TV clings to a wall like "wallpaper"

CEA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

LG showed off a 55-inch OLED panel prototype less than 1 mm thick that can attach to a wall with a "magnetic mat" and be "peeled off like wallpaper," James Vincent writes, citing Korea's Yonhap news agency. The thin screen signals that LG is moving forward with expensive OLED technology as competitors fall away. The Verge (05/20)


Google's Fadell looks for a "way forward" for Glass 2.0

CEA SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Juniper: OTT TV sub growth to be fueled by connected TVs

CEA SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Mercedes-Benz adds navigation app for Apple Watch

CEA SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

Prediction: Apple will sell the "brains" of TVs

CEA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Qualcomm tests chip that circumvents cell towers

CEA SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Google reportedly aims to streamline IoT with OS

CEA SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

Carl Icahn predicts Apple domination in TVs, cars

CEA SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Denon brings HDMI 2.0a, Bluetooth support to AV receiver

CEA SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Is Lenovo interested in MSI's gaming notebook unit?

CEA SmartBrief | May 18, 2015


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