There's a lot of excitement surrounding OLEDs, and with good reason. They're amazing looking displays, and when they finally launch, they'll undoubtedly come to dominate the market. At least, if they can be priced to match consumer expectation.
There's a trend in consumer electronics that you may have noticed where devices start to merge into each other. Cell phones and cameras are a great example. They're separate devices, but it's increasingly difficult to find a cell phone that doesn't take pictures.
The Environmental Protection Agency's new Energy Star rules are now in full effect. Any TVs made before May 1, 2010 still get the friendly blue tag on their boxes if they're Energy Star 3.0 compliant, but every set that comes out now has to comply with the new standard.
High-Def Digest was started back during the high definition format wars; back when the advantages of HD-DVD and Blu-ray were hotly contested. There weren't many other options for HD content, but the landscape has changed.
Since Sony backed out of the OLED race, LG has been leading the charge. LG execs have made bold statements about their OLED goals, and predicted a near future in which OLED displays are actually cheaper than LCDs.