Sony drops OLED TVs and e-reader and looks to develop OLED tablets, but resolution will hold it back

After Sony and Panasonic ended their partnership to produce organic light-emitting diode (OLED) televisions, Sony is now ceasing development of OLED televisions altogether in favor of investing in 4K liquid crystal display (LCD) development. However, it is not giving up on OLEDs entirely, as Sony...

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