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Amazon Kindle 2

Amazon’s announcement of a new generation of its “Kindle” e-reader finally came yesterday after weeks of intense speculation on the product within the online community. The new e-reader sports a sleeker, slimmer and more compact design than its predecessor. The ...

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HP’s Unbreakable Flexible Display

HP’s Unbreakable Flexible Display

The first affordable, flexible electronic displays were recently revealed by HP and Flexible Display Center (FDC) at the Arizona State University (ASU). Plastic was predominately used to develop these paper-like computer displays, which makes the device portable and more energy ...

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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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Carbon Nano-Tube Color A4 E-Paper

Carbon Nano-Tube Color A4 E-Paper

Samsung Electronics and Unidym have demonstrated the world’s first carbon nanotube-based color active matrix electrophoretic display (EPD) e-paper. The revolutionary color e-paper was demonstrated on a 14.3 inch display. The e-paper device jointly completed by Samsung and Unidym uses a ...

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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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Philips Entertaible

Philips Entertaible

Philips’ Electronic Multi-Touch Tabletop Gaming Platform – First revealed at the IFA 2006 exhibition in Berlin, the Entertaible is one of the first social electronic platforms. The Entertaible uses proprietary digital shape recognition and multi-touch sensing to interpret the moves ...

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