Google and LG creates VR AMOLED 120 Hz at 5500 x 3000
- Previous OLEDs were only 600 dpi, and this is twice the resolution of the HTC VIVE Pro. Google made a large nearly-billion-dollar investment in LG to secure a supply of OLEDs for their Pixel phones, and it appears that this co-operation also extended to VR OLED displays.
- They will be showing this VR display at Display Week 2018 expo in May. Being an OLED, it is anticipated that it will likely have a low-persistence mode similar to HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, to eliminate OLED motion blur.
- We look forward to seeing VR headsets containing this display!
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Ryan on special election: 'Candidates ran as conservatives'
- Speaking to reporters at the weekly Republican leadership news conference Wednesday, Ryan defined Democrat Conor Lamb as a "pro-life, pro-gun, anti-Nancy Pelosi conservative" and noted that there wasn't a Democratic primary that would have pulled Lamb to the left.
- He toed the Democratic line on health care, aired advertisements opposing Ryan-backed reforms to Medicare and Social Security, and hammered the Republican tax bill, arguing it would balloon the deficit and lead to cuts to entitlement programs.
- Asked by CNN if this should also be "a wakeup call" to the President, Ryan argued that Trump helped make the race as close as it is.
- While he took a few questions on the race, Ryan appeared to grow tired of talking about Pennsylvania.
- As one reporter toward the end started to ask another question about the race, Ryan moved on to a different reporter.
Apple's next big event starts on June 4 — here are 5 announcements we're expecting
- At WWDC, we usually hear what Apple has planned for its big yearly software updates for iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers.
- For the most part, we're expecting this year to be about refining current features as opposed to adding new ones, but it wouldn't be an Apple event without a few surprises.
- Back in April 2017, Apple executives mentioned to tech sites, including TechCrunch, that it was working on a new updated version of its modular Mac Pro desktop computer, which was originally released in 2013.
- This year, Apple is rumored to update its iPad Pro lineup with an iPhone X-style design with narrower bezels, and even the iPhone X's TrueDepth camera that's used for FaceID and Animoji, according to a report from analyst Jun Zhang of Rosenblatt Securities obtained by Macworld.
Apple will unveil the next generation of iOS and macOS on June 4th
- Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held in June this year.
- Last year’s event was packed with announcements, including the HomePod, a new iMac Pro, iOS 11, a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4, and ARKit. This year we’re expecting to hear more on the future of macOS and iOS, and it’s possible we’ll see those cheaper iPads and MacBooks that have been rumored recently.
- The focus will undoubtedly be on the future of iOS, and in particular iOS 12.
- Apple is still rumored to be launching new universal apps that work across iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
- Bloomberg also previously reported that Apple will bring its Animoji characters to the iPad, thanks to a new model of the tablet that has a Face ID camera.
Pretty much every Republican told Trump not to impose tariffs. He did it anyway.
- Washington (CNN) - President Donald Trump has rarely been consistent about much of anything when it comes to politics and policy.
- In the battle between protectionism and free trade, Trump has very consistently sided with those who express skepticism about the move toward globalism in all things.
- The idea of putting America first, and looking out for our country before we worry about anyone else, has long been part of Trump's patter -- way before he ever even considered running for president.
- Which brings us to Thursday afternoon at the White House, when Trump signed a measure instituting a 25% tariff on imported steel and a 10% tariff on imported aluminum.
- Trump's support for the tariffs cost him his top economic adviser in Gary Cohn, who resigned earlier this week following the President's decision to push forward with the tariffs.