Samsung Display to keep rolling out LCD panels in 2021

Samsung Display has decided to push back the deadline for withdrawing from the LCD panel market, bringing in more uncertainties to the supply and price outlook for the coming year. Samsung Display’s decision comes as fellow company LG Display decided in October to delay by one year to the end of 2021 the planned closure of its LCD TV panel production lines amid rising panel demand and prices in the wake of the pandemic.… Read More

Memory-in-pixel technology reduces LCD power consumption

Kyocera is presenting  MIP Technology (Memory in Pixel) as a way to lower power LCDs. By the power saving pixel selection method, only the selected pixel were driven. Which is different to the line selection method As well as low power consumption, the displays have excellent image quality, claims Kyocera,  and fast switching times. The technology allows new applications, like smart watches, healthcare devices, sub displays … Read More

Kyocera unveils Concept Car “Moeye”

Kyoto/London – Kyocera has developed the Concept Car II “Moeye,” showcasing its unique technologies to optimize the driving experience by integrating the human senses of sight, sound, touch, and smell. “Moeye” Concept Car OverviewAnticipating continued advances in autonomous driving and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), Kyocera focused on the importance of the car’s interior space to develop a futuristic cockpit that offers fresh innovations in a … Read More

China moves towards chip self-sufficiency and obtains a used ASML system

Trade wars and technological blockades have seen the US and China go head-to-head. Now that China is looking towards becoming self-sufficient, it needs to be able to produce its own advanced semiconductors that can rival those of the west. What started the trade war, who is ASML, and what is China looking to achieve? China vs. the US – Why are the two locking horns? For … Read More

Mitsubishi Electric Announces End of Production of TFT-LCD Modules

TOKYO, June 15, 2020 – Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will end the production of TFT-LCD modules manufactured by its wholly owned subsidiary Melco Display Technology Inc. (MDTI), aiming at June, 2022. The production termination is due to the changes of business environment. The company will shift its and MDTI’s operating resources from LCD business to its business growth drivers such as power devices, and … Read More


From our smartphones to our cars, from our televisions to our laptops, we rely on speakers to provide us with high-quality audio. Without speakers, we would be left with only visual information, unable to enjoy the rich and immersive soundscapes that we have become so accustomed to. However, the technology behind speakers is often overlooked and underappreciated, despite its crucial role in the electronics industry.… Read More


Buzzers are ubiquitous in modern electronic devices, from the alarm clock that wakes us up in the morning to the notification sounds that alert us to incoming messages on our smartphones. While they may seem like a simple component, buzzers play a crucial role in the acoustics industry and have become an essential part of modern electronic devices. However, they have some limitations, such as the type of sounds they can produce and their volume range, their simplicity, low cost, and reliability make them an essential component in many electronic devices.… Read More

Siren and Alarm

Sirens and alarms have become an integral part of our daily lives, particularly in the electronics components industry. These warning devices are used to alert people about dangerous situations or to indicate an event or process that requires attention. With the advancement of technology, these warning devices have evolved and become more sophisticated.… Read More

Samsung Display is getting out of the LCD business

Samsung Display will stop producing LCD panels by the end of the year. The display maker currently runs two LCD production lines in South Korea and two in China, according to Reuters. Samsung tells The Verge that the decision will accelerate the company’s move towards quantum dot displays, while ZDNet reports that its future quantum dot TVs will use OLED rather than LCD panels. The decision … Read More