Don't-Miss Display Stories
The 31-inch LG 31MU97Z will end your search for a Thunderbolt-compatible 4K monitor.
A Japanese state-backed investment fund is said to be in talks over Sharp's panel business
The new 1080p monitor range starts at $300 for a 24-inch display.
Let the adaptive refresh standards war begin: Acer's new $500 FreeSync monitor costs hundreds of dollars less than G-Sync counterparts.
Capacitive touch panels are getting closer to paper or canvas in sensitivity.
Microsoft's 'productivity future vision' presents an idyllic, amazing concept of the future where interactive displays meet Microsoft's next-gen Microsoft Band, the Courier folding display, and more.
Potential applications include maps, games and video conferencing, the company says. And the technology can even be integrated into smartphones.
A new facility would add capacity for a struggling iPhone screen maker
8K displays ahoy! Displays based on VESA's new Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) 1.4a standard will reach PCs, mobile devices by 2016.
Microsoft's Surface Hub makes collaboration easy and fun.
Curved displays shown at CES may make more sense as monitors than for TVs.
Nvidia G-Sync? AMD FreeSync? Asus has a monitor for each.
AMD has released a full list of monitors that will take advantage of its FreeSync technology to avoid screen tearing.
As Intel prepares to launch its new Broadwell parts for all-in-one desktops and laptops, a senior executive promises improved wireless performance.