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LCDSysInfo for GOverlay: A $32 LCD gadget for PC enthusiasts and tinkerers

As a PC builder and gamer I find it fun and incredibly interesting to monitor many things in my set-up, from the temperature of my CPU and its fan speed, to the frames per second and GPU load in games, just to see how capable my PC really is.

Traditionally I’d use a bunch of programs to monitor all these stats, including SpeedFan and Fraps, gathering info through pop-ups or windows on a second monitor. Then I was sent an LCDSysInfo – a small 2.8-inch LCD gadget that can be configured to show various stats – and monitoring my PC became significantly easier.

Dell, Intel in talks with Sharp over investment and display supply

Japan’s biggest maker of liquid-crystal-display panels is reportedly in talks with several US companies for a capital injection in exchange for a stake in the company and a "stable supply of breakthrough display technology". According to the Wall Street Journal,…

Samsung to stop making displays for Apple devices in 2013

Samsung will stop supplying displays for Apple’s iDevices as early as next year, according to a “senior Samsung source” speaking to the The Korea Times. The move comes as the two companies continue their legal battle around the globe... (Update: Samsung denies the report).

Samsung's board agrees to spin off LCD business

South Korean electronics giant Samsung will split the LCD division from the company ranks as of April 1, confirming the rumors circulating last week that suggested the firm would turn it into a separate business in an attempt to steer…