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Researchers at the MIT Media Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley have developed a new display technology that automatically corrects for vision defects — no glasses (or contact lenses) required.
Why 16GB Smartphones Are the Biggest Rip-off in Tech
The other day, I hit a huge wall with my iPhone — a wall so big I couldn’t upgrade to the latest version of iOS. My device told me I needed 1.4GB of room when I had only 492MB worth of storage space left. So I had to delete a bunch of apps (some of which I liked) to free up room. True, I cheaped out and bought the lowest-capacity 16GB iPhone 5s last September, but at the time, I didn’t want to spend an extra $100 for the 32GB model.
Want to know how much smartphone makers pay for that 16GB worth of extra capacity? Just $8, according to Michael Yang, a senior principal analyst for market research firm IHS. That’s the biggest rip-off in tech.
Forget 4K, LG ships a 105-inch 5K TV
You may remember LG showed off a 105-inch curved TV at CES back in January. Well, today it became an actual product you can buy if you have $117,000 lying around.
Most TVs on the market today, regardless of screen size, use a 1080p resolution for crisp HD viewing. There’s a growing number of 4K TVs appearing, but they come with a price premium and very little supporting content. However, LG is ignoring 4K with its latest mammoth TV and instead has embraced what it classes as 5K resolution.
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