see seeking alpha
if it's cost effective to use it, it will be used. That should keep oil under 60 or 70 for the next few years.
Dr. Ching W. Tang, who is known as the ‘father of OLED’, explained the merits of OLED displays at LG’s presentation and spoke about where he sees the future of the technology.
Without backlight and other auxiliary layers, the OLED display is fundamentally less complicated compared to LCD, and in time less costly to manufacture. I have no doubt, given its advanced features and superior performance – foldable, wearable, flexible and transparent, OLED is the display technology for the next generation.
JP has been running prkr based on smoke and mirrrors for 23 years now. He has collected over a half billion dollars from gullible rubes. I think he knows very well what he is doing and was proficient at it.
"Rolland said Atmel recently issued a change of control provision that increases compensation for executives in the event of an acquisition.
A blue screen is behind home plate. The network can put whatever ads they want up including different ones for different audiences. ORAD made a boatload with that invention.
Silly article as usual from Oppenheimer. Oleds exceed lcds in color, contrast and speed and have for years now. Price is the only issue and that is slowly being resolved
Yup - if ATML had competent governance the stock would be in the 20's, but that's been the story for over a decade now. First Geo, the the Laub - I hear Sepp Blatter is available and would fit with the previous choices.
I stopped by the exhibits yesterday- an associate was manning another booth so got in the exhibits w/out the $30. As usual Universal Display had a little unassuming (10x10) booth with a few oled panels and a couple nice folk to chat to. The one fellow did mention they are well-liked this year at the show due to the stock price appreciation! LG had a nice display with oled TV's getting prime spots, no Samsung, lots of oled microdisplays from the likes of emagin, fraunhofer, etc.