Could the end of broken displays truly be upon us? It appears that Samsung is certainly working hard behind the scenes for that to be a reality. Early rumors are reporting that with Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy S III smartphone, the manufacturing giant is also planning on bringing a major first to the industry— the world’s first plastic OLED display.
So we just got a new 55" LG OLED TV at work but we need a 3D movie that is bright and vibrant. We have been using Avatar and although it is visually amazing it is still has alot of dark and night time scenes. Does anyone have any suggestion for 3D movies that are really bright and colorful?
So recently I was trying to sort things using natural order in C, and it turns out to be more complicated than would have been nice. For those interrested (if any), more details about all this can be found here.Anyhow, in the end I did write a function to implement natural sort order, and made a little tool to try it out: natsort. It will read lines from stdin and print them sorted on stdout.
LG is trying to steal the spotlight from Samsung by announcing the mass production of the “world’s first flexible OLED panel for smartphones.” There’s only one problem, they didn’t announce an actual device, but Samsung could later this week. Rumors indicate LG won’t announce their device until next month.