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Kevin Butler, a fictional spokesperson for Sony, re-Tweeted the code from user 'evixa', an added his own quibble, saying "Lemme guess Needless to say, Apple has also got its eye on this particular technology as well, and clearly intends to integrate with its line of touch-based electronic devices.
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But it appears that the Cupertino giant might have plans to use this technology against the competition: For a company that always claims to be on the bleeding edge of technology, Apple's line Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB consumer electronics products, especially its iPod, iPhone and iPads, have consistently been 15 Slide 3: February 12th, missing out on a certain display technology which is currently in use by some of its competitors.
Yep, we are talking about that expensive display technology known as OLED, which supposedly offers much faster response times and better power efficiency as opposed to conventional LCD panels.
Needless to say, it is hardly surprising that Apple would attempt to discover ways in which it can integrate OLED technology into its products and one-up the competition while in the process of doing so. And as it turns out, Apple is indeed keen, or have Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB least expressed an interest in doing so. But as most people would have already known by now, whenever Apple is interested in Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB technological-related advances, it almost always means one thing.
Fancy a look a some new patent applications? Indeed, the first diagram features a rather technical illustration of how an OLED panel might be able to fit into a device that makes use of touchscreen technology, along with the possibility of implementing the touchscreen-enabled OLED displays on devices such as mobile phones, media players and even a notebook.
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Also included in the second filling are descriptions regarding layouts for touch sensors, signal routing, other details. Still, as informative as this may be, it fails to change the fact that Apple is probably one of the last entrants into the OLED game.
More importantly, it appears that Apple might make use of these patents to attack competitors, simply because they cover extremely broad methods of implementing OLED displaytechnologyinawidevarietyofdevices. VR-Zone consideration the fact that Apple has Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB no prior experience in working with OLED displays, it would make sense that it is not possible for them to come up with an entirely new method of implementing such displays so suddenly.
And needless to say, broad patents make for great offensive weapons in patent lawsuits, as it almost grantees that competitors would find themselves running afoul of Apple's 'patented methods'.
But we can only wait and see if things will really turned out as speculated. Patently Apple Sony shows off new translucent DSLR that consumers will never own February 12th, DSLRs are well known for being available in any colour the user wants them to be, as long as it is black.
This camera will never see the light of day in an actual photographer's hands. A quick Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB at the patent applications reveal that Apple probablyhasanintentiontoimplementOLEDtechnologyinto If there is one universal feature about DSLRs which applies to most manufacturers in the market, it has to be the fact that most of the cameras available in the market that fall under that category typically come with only one available colour: Of course, that is not necessarily a bad thing: Indeed, gracing Sony's exhibit was nothing 16 Slide 4: February 12th, Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB the company's proprietary translucent mirror technology.
Looks rather nice, doesn't it?
Outfitted with the same translucent mirror technology as mentioned in the previous paragraph, Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB A77 is expected to replace the company's current A DSLR, and will feature various new features such as p video recording and a high-resolution APS-C sensor. Which sounds suspiciously like a certain high- resolution APS-C sensor we talked about quite some time ago.
Of course, with the A77 being an upcoming model, it should be expected Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB Sony is not about to let the cat out of the bag by revealing too much information about it. And it seems to be working: That being said, we can at least say that we have positive information about a certain fact. The translucent body you see up there? Well, it's not for sale. Yep, you heard that right.
What, you mean Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB were actually hoping that Sony would think of selling its prototype device? Sorry to spoil your hopes, dude. PetaPixel Windows 7 SP1 finally marked for RTM, home users need not apply February 12th, As always, one can always count on Microsoft to kill off any interest in what has to be one of the more highly-anticipated software releases for the year.
After generating a Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB deal of hype over what would eventually be the first Service Pack ever for its popular Windows 7 operating system thanks a couple of supposedleaks,thesoftwaregianthasapparentlythoughtthat itwouldbeanicetouchtoannouncethatSP1forWindowswill 17 Published by: What a way to be a wet blanket, Microsoft.
Well, Microsoft surely took its time with this one. After all, it has been at least an entire month ever since we brought news of an alleged leak of an RTM release of SP1 build for Windows 7, only for the Redmond giant to step in and caution overenthusiasticusersagainstdownloadingaservicepackthat was never meant to be used. And on top of that, Microsoft apparently started work on SP1 for Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB 7 as far back as Marchlastyear,whichmakesitoneofthelongerdevelopment times Windows have spent on a Service Pack.
Needless to say, users from all over the world are anticipating thedayMicrosoftmakestheinevitableannouncementofwhen Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 will be released, and what new features they can look forward to. And this is where we have the Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C USB 'good news bad news' situation playing out once again.