Man, oh man. When technology changes, it changes fast.
No sooner had Japanese TV maker Sony
That gives Sony a year's head start on gaining -- rather, creating -- market share for the newest flavor in TV viewing. But don't count Toshiba out. With Sony's screen size maxing out smaller than a sheet of notebook paper, even these super-hi-tech sets will have limited market appeal at first -- as demonstrated by Sony's plan to build only 2,000 of them per month.
Whoever wins the market share race at the set level, though, upstream in the manufacturing chain, Universal Display
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