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April 5th, 2004
New Kyocera company shows industry’s OLED intent
As the world goes mobile and cellular phone manufacturers jockey to get their gizmos in your pocket, a nanotechnology-based innovation is going along for the ride. OLEDs, or organic light emitting diodes, are poised to make cell phone displays brighter, faster and perhaps one day even cheaper than current technology – enough so that Kyocera Corp., a Japanese electronics firm, launched a new subsidiary for OLED R&D, manufacturing and sales activities.
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