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2008-09-24 Improved tech to bring e-ink display mainstream
The original designer of the e-paper display for Sony's eBook and Amazon.com's Kindle model offers an improved technology for its own third-generation iRex 1000 digital reader
2004-12-09 Plastic Logic, E Ink, team for large area flexible display
Plastic Logic Ltd and E Ink Corp. have reached a nonexclusive agreement to cooperate on the design and fabrication of flexible all-plastic electronic displays, Plastic Logic said Monday (Dec. 6
2005-09-01 Philips to demo roll-up display at IFA
Philips subsidiary Polymer Vision NV is planning to demonstrate a handheld device with a roll-out electronic display at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), a consumer electronics exhibition due to take place in Berlin, Germany, Sept. 2 to 7
2012-06-01 LG, Samsung rule 2011 tablet display market
IHS iSuppli revealed LG Display and Samsung Display held 46 and 35 percent of the market, respectively, with the rest of the 81 million-unit market split by six other suppliers
2010-05-20 Display controller integrates color processor
Seiko Epson and E Ink have jointly developed the S1D13524 display controller IC, a high-performance EPD controller with a built-in color processor for E Ink's electronic color paper displays
2002-06-11 E Ink demos 0.3mm-thick active-matrix displays
E Ink Corp. has demonstrated a pair of 0.3mm-thick active-matrix displays targeted for portable and rugged IAs
2008-11-03 Flexible screens crawl to market
The benefits of flexible displays have been told, but actual display devices are emerging slowly. Recent indications, however, are that flexible displays are beginning to appear in earnest
2014-09-08 Will innovation drive displays into post-touchscreen era?
At the Touch Taiwan event, a Nikkei BP executive predicted the future of display technology to be ambient, free-form and wearablewith images that can be projected on any surface or in the air
2007-01-08 Polymer Vision spins off from Philips
Technology Capital SA has invested about $27.5 million in roll-up display pioneer Polymer Vision taking the company out of the majority ownership of Royal Philips Electronics NV
2008-07-01 LCD, plasma successors make headway
LCDs and plasma screens may be the dominant choice for TV sets today, and LCDs the displays of choice for almost every other application, but a pair of upstart technologies is vying to replace them.
2010-03-12 LCD makers rise up to e-paper challenge
LCD users have picked fast colors over the better readability and longer battery life achieved with reflective displays but with the-paper encroaching on their turf, LCD makers are pushing back by resurrecting reflective techniques.
2005-07-18 For flexible future, think organic
'One day, we'll download books and use electronic paper to read them,' says a pioneer in the field of organic electronics.
2009-05-25 e-Paper market to reach $2.1B by 2015
Displaybank projects the e-Paper market to grow from $70 million in 2008 to $2.1 billion in 2015 and $7 billion by 2020representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 47 percent.
2007-08-22 Drivers roll for electronic paper displays
Dialog Semiconductor Plc has launched a new range of display drivers and evaluation kits to support electronic paper segmented displays from E Ink Corp
2011-07-18 Applications processors enable EPDs, LCD devices
Freescale has released three members of the i.MX50 product family, which enable compelling end devices featuring LCD and/or electronic paper displays (EPDs).
2009-02-26 'First' flexible touchscreen makes touchdown
Arizona State University's Flexible Display Center (FDC), and its military and industry partners are claiming the first flexible touchscreen integrated with an active-matrix display. The light-weight device is initially headed for the battlefield
2006-02-09 Displays fail mobile needs, warns Philips exec
Mobile devices will not realize their full potential unless the display industry develops a new generation of "mobile-friendly" displays, according to Karl McGoldrick, chief executive of Polymer Vision NV
2010-12-16 MCU maximizes e-paper performance, boost energy-efficiency
Seiko Epson's S1C17F57 offers 16-bit microcontroller power with a built-in driver optimized for small- and medium-sized segmented e-paper displays or EPDs. The device not only drives the display, but also corrects temperature effects which may distort the display image maximizing the characteristics of an e-paper
2009-04-29 Dialog Semi goes beyond power management
Dialog Semiconductor CEO Jalal Bagherli said system power management will remain the company's main area of expertise but disclosed they are also working on low-power display controllers for PMOLEDS as well drivers for MEMS and E-Ink based displays
2009-07-24 DC/DC converter minimizes PCB footprint
austriamicrosystems has released the AS1344 high voltage DC/DC boost converter optimized for biasing of photodiodes, LCD or PMOLED display powered from single cell batteries
2010-03-03 Processor brings down next-gen e-reader costs
Freescale has released the i.MX508 applications processor designed to deliver the performance, energy efficiency and system cost savings for e-readers.
2009-03-02 Opinion: Android won't be stuck in handsets
Don't' look now but signs point to Google's Android winding up in netbooks, digital picture frames and a host of embedded devices as a friendly, app-rich face for Linux.
2014-09-11 Apple Watch: Not worth the wrist
Apple's smartwatch may be an outstanding feat of technology and design, but paying $349 for a timepiece that has to be charged every so often and can only be used with an iPhone can be a waste.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2007-09-27 Moto Fone packs a punch of simple, elegant features
Quietly launched in rural India initially, the F3 Fone is aimed mostly at first-time cell users in markets offering low-cost prepaid or monthly service.
2014-09-02 From hand to wrist: Android advances to smartwatches
Android Wear, the smartwatch version of Google's Android is designed to make the OS easy to use on the move by boiling down messages to a format users can absorb at a glance.
2007-03-13 BOM of low-end cellphones dips to $25
The latest handsets for cost-sensitive markets in China and India have a BOM close to $25, an all time low according to teardowns by Portelligent Inc.
2014-05-15 Are consumers spending too much on Google Glass?
A teardown by IHS has revealed that Google Glass' total manufacturing cost is just 10% of its hefty selling price of $1,500. The bulk of the cost comes from non-material expenses such as non-recurring engineering and extensive software and platform development.
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