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Kindle Paperwhite Explained

Kindle Paperwhite Explained

Amazon Paperwhite in action (Credit: Amazon) Paperwhite technology explained (Credit: Amazon) Amazon recently announced a new version of the Kindle electronic reader with a new kind of technology which uses an innovative front lighting for better contrast even at bright ...

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Plastic Logic E-Newspaper

Plastic Logic E-Newspaper

Plastic Logic, a spin-off company from the Cambridge University’s Cavendish Laboratory, has recently released its design of a future electronic newspaper reader. This lightweight plastic screen copies the appearance, but not the feel, of a printed newspaper. This electronic paper ...

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Flexible Computers Conform to Any Shape

Flexible Computers Conform to Any Shape

Researchers at the Human Media Laboratory, Queen’s University in Canada are developing prototypes of new “non-planar” devices, which are virtually computers that have a flexible shape. Computers are nifty, but too bulky to be carried around. Even a laptop is ...

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E Ink Next Generation Display

E Ink Next Generation Display

The U.S. Company E Ink has announced that its next generation segmented display cells are now available. The new cells are 40 percent thinner, more flexible, and have a wider operational temperature range than previous models. Among other applications, the ...

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The Future of Electronic Paper

The Future of Electronic Paper

Thirty-five years in the making, electronic paper is now closer than ever to changing the way we read, write, and study — a revolution so profound that some see it as second only to the invention of the printing press ...

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