OLEDs use less electricity (and mercury) than normal light bulbs or LEDs, making them more efficient and environmentally-friendly.
The European Commission has slapped record fines, totalling $1.92 billion, on seven electronics companies for fixing cathode ray tube prices before CRT televisions disappeared in favor of flat-screens.
BASF and Philips have developed an OLED car roof that can flip between acting as a window and a light source, giving light when switched on but becoming transparent when turned off.
Philips is planning to start marketing wallpaper that glows, developed through a partnership with sound insulation company Kvadrat Soft Cells.
What is perhaps the most technologically sophisticated 3D TV is now a fait de compli in Japan.
So, how good are your keyboard skills? An Israeli start-up reckons there's enough touch-typists out there to justify launching an invisible virtual keyboard.
Phillips has introduced a 12 watt LED bulb that could eventually replace the ubiquitous 60 watt incandescent bulb.