It seems prkr could clear this all up by presenting at a respectable academic/industry conference and teaching others "the head slap moment" (you sound like JP when you say that). There are no downsides if it's real and huge upsides for the company and the field in general. This is of course an obvious tactic - the question is then why doesn't Parkervision do this? The only reasonable conclusion is that they don't have diddly and prefer to try to get lucky having the purported tech be judged by a layman jury led on by a slickster lawyer than industry professionals and academics.
... to comprehend it would seem prkr should present at the Hot Chips conference or similar. Perhaps Dr F can help them get an application for a session? I expect such a presentation would tend to clear things up quite quickly.
Since no-one has ever demonstrated a flexible LCD it pretty much has to be oled or e-paper - and e-paper has some virtues but the pic sucks compared to oled.
It boggles the mind that people gullible enough to participate collectively have a spare million and change.
there are a few other patent troll companies out there. They don't last long unless they win a case or 2. SCO is a similar example of a company that turned into a troll - they tried to patent linux - went after IBM and that was the end.
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(means the exact same thing as)
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How are you looking at the blacks? On an lcd monitor of course. Think about it.
which is why you are a bb internet troll. OK then. Carry on.
He shorted oled at 37.28 on 9/6/13 aka his website. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy ... but some bs negative articles from his bucket shop would not surprise me
If you thought the Samsung Galaxy Round was peculiar, get ready for another whole level of quirk. According to a Korean supplier of Samsung parts, the company has begun testing three-sided displays for potential application on mobile devices.
The technology has been rumored for quite some time, but it finally seems to have gained some steam, with sources claiming that such a device could go into production by the end of this year.
A three-sided display phone just might be what Kim Hyeon Jun, executive manager at Samsung's Wireless Business Division, had been foreshadowing during Samsung's second-quarter earnings conference call.
"While I cannot mention specifics, we are planning on unveiling an innovative large-screen flagship model, an attractive phone that takes advantage of cutting-edge materials," he said.
Large-scale production, however, may be further down the line. The three-sided screen will utilize a plastic substrate that is reportedly limited in quantity and difficult to work with. If released by the end of this year, it will most likely be limited to Korean audiences.
yup - people want brighter led blubs - which uses of course high power leds - not those wimpy ones that sell at discount