We've reached out to LG for comment. So everyone will just switch to plastic, right?Switching to a plastic display would certainly allow a device to be truly flexible, but plastic comes with its own problems. It has different properties than glass, which means manufacturers have to find ways to use it without compromising the screen's crystal-clear image quality or responsiveness. One big issue for plastic is that it's semipermeable, which could allow air and water to leak into the device. To avoid this, companies can coat the plastic and apply barrier layers, and some have experimented with glass/plastic hybrids. While there are still some hurdles to overcome, industry watchers say it's only a matter of time -- and money -- before this is no longer an issue.
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But Palm's new CEO, a former executive at Apple's iPhone music player division who replaced former CEO Ed Colligan earlier this month, thinks the company is on the right track with the Pre. "The launch of Palm WebOS and Palm Pre was a major milestone in Palm's transformation; we have now officially reentered the race," Rubinstein said in a statement. "We have more to accomplish, but the groundwork is laid for a very promising future here at Palm.". While it's unlikely the Pre will catch up to Apple's iPhone anytime soon, analysts are predicting a heavy volume of sales. Some say that the company could sell about 100,000 handsets in July and 200,000 in August.
11:13 a.m.: On consumer side, we're adding Bing to the iPhone for search, 11:14 a.m.: Google will be the default, but now you'll have jungle leaves, banana, monstera #society6 iphone case choice of Google, Yahoo, or Bing, Each has a different approach and how they format results, he says, "Micorsoft's done a really nice job on this, it has HTML5 presentation.", 11:14 a.m.: Developers will get a Golden Master Candidate release of iOS4 today, 11:14 a.m, (Kent German): Interesting that Google is staying as the default search, Leading up to today we had heard rumors to the contrary..
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