2014 will soon be over – and it’s been a very interesting year for the OLED industry. OLEDs are emerging as the best technology for TVs, tablets, wearables, lighting and other applications. Here are the top 10 stories posted on OLED-Info in 2014, ranked by popularity (i.e. how many people read the story): LG Display explains why a curved TV is preferable to a flat one (Mar 6) Where are the OLED monitors and OLED laptops? (Aug 18) Konica Minolta to build a flexible OLED lighting R2R fab with a monthly capacity of 1 million panels  (Mar 18) CES Aftermath: is LG taking the lead in OLED TVs? (Jan 13) LG to ship their 77″ curved 4K OLED TV by Q2 2014 for $29,999 (Jan 7) LG launches 77″, 65″ and 55″ 4K and FHD OLED TVs in Korea (Mar 13) LG Display details their flexible OLED process, expects the flexible OLED market to reach $41 billion by 2020 (Feb 10) Panasonic shows 55″ curved OLED TV prototypes at CES 2014 (Jan 8) Philips says OLED is ready for the general lighting market (Jan 19) Hands on with LG’s G Flex plastic OLED flexible phone (Mar 24) As you can see, the list is dominated by stories about LG’s OLED TVs – and this is not a large surprise. Interestingly, Samsung’s name is missing in that list. Hopefully LG will continue their OLED push and we’ll see Samsung and other companies join them and release more OLED TV panels to the market. Read more about The best of 2014 – top OLED stories

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