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Samsung is rolling out its first quantum dot PC monitors during IFA Berlin this week including a 34-inch beauty with 100Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync support.
AMD's stutter-killing FreeSync displays launched long after G-Sync monitors, but 101 different models are already available.
Don’t believe everything you see. It turns out even your computer monitor can be hacked.
After months of delays, Lenovo's first laptop with an OLED screen is now shipping, but it remains a question if the PC maker will come out with additional OLED model anytime soon.
Cool displays that can bend and fold have been shown in prototypes smartphones, wearables and other devices, but when will such products be available?
Dell's got a new mega-display that's not high end, but will appeal to any company or school looking for a friendlier price.
Apple is discontinuing its Thunderbolt Display, the high-resolution external display that users of the MacBook and other Macs could use to get a better picture and work with more apps.
In January, innovative laptops and hybrids with snazzy OLED screens took CES by storm. Five months on, that train seems to have come to a screeching halt.
Dell's massive 43 Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor does something special: it combines inputs from four independent devices into one massive 43-inch 4K display, with no ugly bezels getting in the way.
Big changes are coming to the popular DisplayPort display standard, with a new version 1.4 promising support for 8K displays.
Sharp has approved an offer from Hon Hai Precision Industry and related companies to acquire over 66 percent of the company’s voting stock, making the Taiwanese contract manufacturer the new parent of the venerable Japanese firm.
The increasingly busy enterprise collaboration space got a new entry Monday with Prysm's new platform designed to support dispersed, multidevice workplaces.
Vivid OLED screens could replace LCD in TVs, PCs and mobile devices, and LG wants to be ready for that.
Apple has lured a top virtual reality researcher away from Virginia Tech.
LG's newest screens range from the functional to the fantastic—from displays you can see through to ridiculously high-resolution TVs.