Mini-LED TVs are constrained by the same size limitations as traditional LED displays. Which is to say, they can be made bigger than the biggest OLED TVs, but still nowhere near the wall-sized possibilities that exist with microLED. The limitation on Mini-LED isn’t the LEDs themselves — there’s no limit to how many can be used at once — but with the LCD matrix panels that they illuminate. For now, the largest LED TV we’ve ever seen was Samsung’s 110-inch limited availability UHD TV from 2013. … [Read more...] about MicroLED vs. Mini-LED: Which display technology will power your next TV?
David Lammy “The parliamentarian that Grenfell folk and the public alike wanted to hear.”No MP has spoken with greater force or passion on the Grenfell tragedy than David Lammy. Many of the victims were ethnic-minority Britons and, tellingly, Lammy and his artist wife had mentored, employed and encouraged a young woman called Khadija Saye, who died in the fire. It was raw, close to home, inescapably personal to Lammy. That fact, combined with his passionate, angry eloquence in laying bare the sheer avoidable horror of what had happened, carried real weight. On police resources, seizure of documents for investigation, the possibility of criminal charges, health assessments and bereavement counselling for survivors and finance for safe cladding, Lammy was indefatigable in questioning ministers. I am sad to say that May, Sajid Javid (the housing, communities and local government secretary at the time ) and then middle-ranking minister Dominic Raab were matter of fact, even … [Read more...] about Exclusive: John Bercow on friends, enemies and the drama of Brexit
Nor did it have anything to say about human rights, an issue that was driven home to us journalists when one of our number, the Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian, and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, were arrested in July 2014. A few days earlier we had gone for a pizza in Vienna, and he was talking enthusiastically about Tehran and Iranian food. He was held for 544 days on absurd charges of espionage. … [Read more...] about Reporting on the Iran nuclear deal: ‘nothing happens until everything happens’
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