Best Tech Stories around the web #258

This week: LG Display Supplies World’s First Transparent OLED Displays for Chinese Subway Train Windows, the world’s first floating Apple Store, the next PS5 controller could detect users and, the MUTEK festival.

INNOVATION

LG Display Supplies World’s First Transparent OLED Displays for Chinese Subway Train Windows by businesskorea.co.kr

LG Display has become the first company in the world to supply transparent OLED panels for windows on subway trains in Beijing and Shenzhen, the company announced on Aug. 23. Read more

DESIGN

This giant glowing orb is the world’s first floating Apple Store by theverge.com

Apple’s worldwide retail network may be struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped the company from indulging in its penchant for pricey-looking, unique, and outlandish exterior design. The iPhone maker’s newest retail location, located in Singapore on the city-state’s waterfront and known officially as Apple Marina Bay Sands, can claim a world’s first title: it’s the only Apple retail shop on the planet that floats on water. Read more

QUERKY

PS5 DualSense Patent Suggests Next-Gen Controller Could Detect Users by ign.com

A recently approved PS5 DualSense patent suggests that Sony's next-gen controller may one day be able to identify specific users simply by how they are holding it. Read more

EVENT

MUTEK

MUTEK is an international organization dedicated to the promotion of electronic music and the digital arts. Discover the event