Sony shows off Triluminos display technology, hopes to compete with Super AMOLED and Retina displays

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Sony, a company who’s no stranger to new technology, has introduced a new display technology. The company revealed their new Triluminos display technology, which looks to enhance the display of devices to even beyond the likes of Super AMOLED and Retina displays. How does it work? ...

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Everything.me Launcher: Personalize your homescreen on the fly, depending on what you’re interested in

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Let’s face it: the Android homescreen can get stale, boring – just plain old “meh”. Not because of anything Google did wrong, of course, but there are those users like myself who constantly want to see their setups change, stay fresh. Enter “Everything.me”. ...

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Comparison: Sony Odin, Sony Yuga, HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S III – benchmark showdown

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In the ever-changing world of Android devices, the blogosphere is always looking to lets the world know which devices are worth their time – and their money. Now, we’ve got a look at a comparison of not only size, but of benchmarks, for 4 of the biggest devices around. The Sony ...

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Samsung can’t learn from Sony’s mistakes, patents a dual-screen tablet

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Remember the Sony Tablet P? Yea, neither do a lot of people. It was clunky, impractical, hard to use, and most of all, really served a purpose to nobody. Aside from a tiny niche market, the Sony Tablet P flopped like a salmon that got caught by a four-year-old and left on the docks. The... Read More

Corning to announce Gorilla Glass 2 at CES

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As if Gorilla Glass weren’t already tough enough, Corning has announced plans to introduce Gorilla Glass 2, the latest in their line of ridiculously durable screens. It’s so tough and awesome, it’s on 575 products made by over 30 manufacturers around the world. According to ...

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Sprint Announces World’s First Dual Screen Smartphone – The Kyocera Echo UPDATE

The above video shows the newly announced Kyocera Echo Android powered smartphone from Sprint. It is an interesting concept, a phone that can turn into a "tablet like device" and back. There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Echo, such as battery life for a dual screen device, which ...

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Touch Revolution Launches TRū™ Multi- Touch Monitor Product Line at CES

Remember last year when Touch Revolution introduced the Android kitchen? Touch Revolution has been busy, and at this year's CES, they released info about their working with Android. On their site, they mentioned their "groundbreaking implementation of Android on a 21.5” TRū™ Multi-Touch ...

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Are all Samsung Galaxy S screens created equally?

There is no doubting that the best screens on an Android phone right now belong to the Samsung Galaxy S line. Anyone who has heard Samsung talk about their screens, it's almost like a mantra for them to talk about how the blacks are blacker, the colors are brighter, and it offers one of the ...

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HTC Offering SLCD in Addition to AMOLED Displays for Handsets [UPDATE]

HTC has announced it will be abandoning the AMOLED screens currently used in the Nexus One and HTC Desire.  As a replacement, HTC will introduce SLCD screens to its manufacturing  process later this summer.  See the full press release below. UPDATE: HTC wrote in to clarify their statement.  ...

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Uh-Oh, EVO Screen Problems

And the hits keep on hitting: another problem has cropped up with EVO units. Good and EVO (GREAT name btw) is reporting that many EVO units are suffering from improperly grounded touchscreens.  How do you check to see if your EVO handset is affected?  Put the unit down on a table or a flat ...

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SlideScreen – Home Screen Replacement

Many handset manufacturers will take Android and give it a face-lift before dropping it onto a phone. Take a look at MotoBlur or Sense UI for some of the better examples.  Now this job is being taken into the hands of developers. While there have been many home screen replacements, I think ...

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