In a previous blog post, we mentioned Apple will be switching from LCD to OLED for their next flagship phone, the iPhone8. This to keep up with competitor Samsung who has begun to use OLED screens for their flagship phones. What’s the difference between the two technologies? The main difference is how the pixels are […]Read more "OLED vs LCD – we take a look at both technologies"
Luxe Electronics recently received an LCD excess offer. One of our longtime clients is looking to recuperate losses, clear factory space, and sell the excess LCD they have on hand. The stock we received has been discontinued. The EOL stock is ideal for companies that are looking to keep a few LCD displays as back-up, […]Read more "Sharp LCD Excess Offer from Luxe Electronics"
Sharp’s CEO Tai Jeng-wu has spoiled it for the company. According to Jeng-wu, Apple has already placed the order. In response to the heavy demand, Sharp is set to build a new OLED manufacturing facility in Japan for an ‘important customer.’ Obviously, Apple. While Apple has yet to confirm the switch, industry analysts believe the transition […]Read more "Apple to switch from LCD to OLED for the iPhone8"
Remote hackers can take control of your vehicle’s steering, braking, and accelerator system. Remote hackers can get into the phone that you just connected to your new rental car’s infotainment system. You may remember a headline similar to this. With the advent of the interconnected car, it can only be a matter of time before […]Read more "NHTSA issues Car Makers with a set of Cybersecurity Guidelines"