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  • January 8, 2010
    Samsung had a 14" laptop prototype on display at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show with a transparent OLED display. That means you can see the screen AND your legs at the same time. Maybe even your penis! Kidding, kidding, it's not a giant magnifying glass. Oooooh, emas... / Continue →
  • May 22, 2008
    That is one looong phone. It certainly brings new meaning to the phrase "long distance calling" doesn't it? No, it doesn't, and that didn't make any freaking sense. If you thought it did you should see someone. Like me -- I love crazy people. So what we have here is the "... / Continue →
  • March 13, 2008
    Art Lebedev is now working on a follow up to the (popular?) Optimus Mini 3 keypad, the illegitimate little sister of the Optimus Maximus Keyboard. Just like its much bigger brother, the Mini has dynamic OLED buttons that can be changed according to the needs of your presentati... / Continue →
  • January 22, 2008
    Victor Soto, an artist, came up with the idea for iRings. "The band acts as a touch-sensitive function strip. Swipe your finger across the band to control media playback and volume." While only conceptual, the device would feature an OLED display, a two day battery life, and ... / Continue →
  • December 28, 2007
    The OLED TIWE (like TIME, but with the M upside down!) watch by industrial designer Lv Zhogfang is a neat concept. It normally displays a bunch of little white balls ("stars") randomly floating around the face. But when you give it a shake or tap on the glass, PRESTO! -- the ... / Continue →