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CES 2018: Le Slide Lets You Add Two Extra Screens to Your Laptop, But It’s Not Cheap.

There are a lot of benefits to using a laptop, especially for work, but the obvious downside (aside from possible battery woes) is that you only have the one screen to work with. And if you want more room you have to keep plugging in an external monitor. Well not anymore, with Slidenjoy's handy contraption Le Slide. Read More >>

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CES 2018: Samsung’s 8K TVs Will be Available to Buy Later This Year

4K can seemingly do one. It's now within the affordability range of a lot of people, meaning the big display companies are dumping it in favour of something new and expensive. We already saw some 8K TVs at IFA last September, but with CES upon us we're seeing a lot more. Read More >>

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Picadilly Circus’s New Screen Will Display Ads Based on the People and Cars Around It

George Orwell was very worried about governments abusing their power with mass surveillance, and right as he was to be concerned he never really considered the fact that private companies would be at it to. Not only do we get targeted ads following us around online, a brand new screen in London's Picadilly Circus is going to display adverts based on the people around it. Read More >>

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Toshiba’s AR App Lets You See if That Giant TV Will Actually Fit in Your Living Room

We all like having a TV at home, unless you're some sort of weird anti-display hipster. We all like having nice big TVs as well, seeing as how they're better for all the hi-res content we're consuming. But how can you tell if that TV will actually fit in the broom cupboard you call a home? Toshiba's new app is here to help. Read More >>

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Sharp Will Have 8K TVs on Sale as Early as Next March

Despite the fact they've only become affordable relatively recently, 4K TVs have been around for a while. Too long, if Sharp has anything to say about it, because it's unveiled the first wave of its 8K TV and monitor range; which are set to go on sale next March. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Know About Phone and TV Display Tech

The technology powering the display on your phone, or even your TV, is a lot different than it was even ten years ago. More colours, more pixels, and a whole lot more acronyms and complex terms that mean something — even if you have no idea what that something is. Display technology in 2017 is a complicated business, but if you understand some basic concepts and a few of the acronyms everything starts to be about as clear as that sweet iPhone display you might be reading this on. Read More >>

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This Video Drone Is the Future of Inescapable Advertising 

Advertisers have found ways to bombard us with promotions no matter what we’re doing: watching TV, checking social media, and even when streaming music. But the future of advertising could be even more invasive when the next public event you attend is full of flying video drones projecting inescapable video everywhere you look. Read More >>

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Some Beautiful Nerd Built a Motorised, Rotating Monitor Stand to Save His Neck

Ultra-wide monitors are great for watching movies, viewing photos, or playing video games, but terrible for reading web pages and long documents. That’s why many of them can be rotated—but why waste all that energy turning a screen when you can build an impossibly nerdy, over-engineered monitor stand to do it for you? Read More >>

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The Samsung Galaxy S8’s Screen Is ‘Better Than Your 4K TV’

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a good phone. That much is clear already. But the tests that smartphone display geniuses DisplayMate have run on the S8's super-long AMOLED screen are showing that it's more than good. It's bloody fantastic. Read More >>

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People Are Worried About Dead Pixels on the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Isn’t

Supplies of Nintendo’s latest console, the Switch, are extremely limited at the moment and most people aren’t lucky to have one. But some who have managed to get their gamer mitts on the coveted item are finding dead pixels on the screen. Nintendo’s solution? Just don’t consider it a defect. Read More >>

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A Wild New 3D Display Uses Lasers and Bubbles to Create Images You Can Walk Around

Researchers really want to make good three-dimensional displays. It is so much harder than you might think—at this point, we have lots, but most attempts are literally smoke (light projected and scattered on some medium) and mirrors (optical illusions). There aren’t many examples of voxels, 3D pixels, lined up to create an image that you can walk around and see clearly from all sides. Read More >>

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£900 Mac Monitor Doesn’t Work Near a Router

A super posh £900 monitor from LG has been infuriating its owners by refusing to work when near a source of Wi-Fi signals, with the display flickering and even turning itself off when placed within two metres of a home router. Read More >>

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Samsung’s #SeeColors App Helps Colourblind People Adjust Their TV Correctly

Being colourblind isn't the thing that would normally affect your day to day life, but when it comes to things like televisions and other display-based devices, they're not really going to get the full experience. Samsung is determined to help them out a bit, and released a new app called #SeeColors as a result. Read More >>

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What the Hell Is HDR?

If you followed the news out of CES closely you probably heard the word HDR tossed around a lot. This coming year we’ll see lots of TVs for under £500 with the feature, and fancy monitors for nearly £1000. But what does HDR even mean? Read More >>

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Is Your Phone Screen Knackered?

Research into the state of the Samsungs and generation-before-last iPhones of the nation says we're living with some right old pieces of smashed up junk, with nearly one third of us ignoring damaged displays and bravely using a phone with a screen that's cracked in some way. Read More >>