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BLACK AND BLUE ALL OVER

Behind the inky picture of OLED display technology is a bruising brawl among some of the world’s wealthiest electronics companies.
Attendees gaze at an overhead OLED display made by LG at the 2017 IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

LOOK AT ANY DIGITAL DISPLAYS LATELY? Of course you have. You’ve craned your neck over a smartphone, glanced at a car’s entertainment system, and gaped at a big-screen TV. Deep down, you’re horrified that someone might see the telling totals calculated by the Screen

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