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2009-09-03 07:00:00

SHENZHEN, China, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Diguang International Development Co., Ltd. (OTC Bulletin Board: DGNG) ("Diguang" or "the Company") today announced that the Company will participate at the 2009 IFA Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin, Germany from September 4-9, 2009. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070830/CNTH005LOGO ) Diguang's booth will be at the below location: IFA 2009 Diguang International Development Co., Ltd, Hall 26...

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2009-08-31 06:30:00

LG Electronics said on Sunday that it is launching a 15-inch television next month that uses organic display technology. Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AM-OLED) displays have a better picture quality, consume less power and are thinner than the popular LCD displays that need backlight units.  The AM-OLED uses self-glowing materials. These displays have been kept from being mass-produced because of their higher price to create.  OLED screens are making their way into...

2009-06-10 08:00:00

Toshiba introduces LED TV incorporating FocaLight technology with Local Dimming, and ClearScan 240 motion enhancement, demonstrating best-in-class picture performance NEW YORK, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Toshiba America Consumer Products L.L.C. ("Toshiba"), a market leader in LCD TVs, today announced that it is now shipping its premium REGZA(R) HDTV Series, including the highly acclaimed ZV650 LCD TV, and state-of-the-art SV670 LED TV. These new series combine the most advanced picture...

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2009-01-12 07:59:57

According to British officials, inefficient plasma televisions will soon be banned in an effort to battle climate change. Energy standards for televisions in Europe will be set in the spring and will lead to a labeling system showing efficient and inefficient devices. The action follows a withdrawal of the 100W incandescent bulb, as part of an effort to remove inefficient devices in homes.  Plasma screen televisions normally use four times the energy of televisions with cathode ray...

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2008-06-30 15:04:11

As leading panel makers try to grab a piece of the fast-growing market for active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AM-OLED) displays, South Korean display maker Samsung SDI announced Monday it would spend $529 million to boost production of next-generation organic displays to six times the current level by mid-2009. Leading panel makers are looking to get ahead in the fast-growing market for AM-OLED displays, which make better quality, slimmer and more energy-efficient screens than liquid...


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