LG to Begin Selling Curved OLED TVs Later This Year

April 18, 2013 by  
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At this year’s International CES , LG debuted its curved OLED TV to much excitement, although there was some initial uncertainty as to whether or not the technology would ever hit the market. LG’s Vice President of Home Entertainment Europe has now confirmed that the TV will be available for sale some time in the second half of 2013. With a five-degree turn of the panel, the screen helps to fill in the viewer’s peripheral vision, creating a more engaging experience. Read the rest of LG to Begin Selling Curved OLED TVs Later This Year Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: curved screen , ea9800 , high dynamic range , international ces , lg , OLED TV , smart touch control , wrgb        

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Small Diesel Pickup Truck from India Coming to US

August 26, 2010 by  
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American automakers, as well as foreign manufacturers selling in the US have a few full-size pickup trucks with diesel engines, but for years a small pickup with a diesel engine has not been available. That is set to change as Indian car maker Mahindra & Majindra has received EPA approval to sell its small pickups in the US. The company is producing small pickups with a 2.2 liter common-rail turbo diesel engine that has 140 horsepower and gets up to 30 miles per gallon

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Hybrid Wind Turbines Can Generate Power Even When the Wind Isn’t Blowing

August 26, 2010 by  
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A Colorado company is introducing a system that will allow wind turbines to generate power even when the wind is not blowing. The SmartGen hybrid gas-wind turbine enables wind turbines to produce energy at periods of low wind, by turning the turbine with compressed air generated at the base of the tower from a turbo-compressor that is run on natural gas or biogas. Even more importantly, the SmartGen system can be retrofitted into existing wind turbines, allowing existing facilities to increase their performance

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