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2006-11-30 Xerox invents self-erasing paper
Since many e-mails and documents are printed out for brief viewing and then soon discarded or recycled, Xerox invented printing technology that creates images that last only a day.
2009-06-30 Ultrathin RFID modules fit paper tags
Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd has significantly reduced the thickness of its Magicstrap tiny RFID modules range making them suitable for paper label inlays for mainstream retail applications.
2001-09-18 Ultra2 SCSI white paper
This application note defines and describes the Ultra2 SCSI physical interface and discusses differential signaling. It also discusses the advantages of the parallel SCSI interface and the evolution from parallel SCSI to Ultra2 SCSI.
2007-08-20 Thermoelectric material packs performance in paper-thin size
Nextreme's paper-thin thermoelectric material achieves temperature differentials of 55-60C at room temperature, comparable with the performance of larger conventional thermoelectric technology.
2000-02-26 The Export of Certain Networking Encryption Products under ELAs As An Alternative to "Key Escrow/Recovery Products" under KMI: A Networking Industry White Paper on Encryption Export Controls
Networking industry viewpoint on encryption export control arrangements, defining a class of encryption products that should be authorized for export as an alternative to key escrow/recovery mechanism.
2009-06-03 Taiwan firm buys e-paper supplier for $215M
Taiwan supplier of small- and medium-sized displays Prime View International (PVI) is set to acquire electronic paper display technology pioneer E Ink Corp.
2004-04-21 Sony, Toppan develop 'paper' disk for Blu-ray
Sony and Toppan Printing have developed a paper disk that can hold 25GB of video data.
2012-11-08 Smart paper ticketing IC addresses disposable ticket demand
The MIFARE Ultralight EV1 is a non-cryptographic product which aims to enable transport operators to integrate flexible ticket tariff schemes.
2014-11-19 Sheet of electronics: Printing memory on paper
What once used as a medium for disseminating information is now being explored as a material for printed electronics. Researchers say paper has a lot of potential as a low-cost surface for printing electronic circuits.
2007-08-17 Researchers tout rechargeable paper battery
RPI researchers claim they have developed a paper-thin rechargeable battery by immersing a carpet of vertical nanotubes in an ionic liquid electrolyte, resulting in a cellulose paper that stores electrical energy.
2014-06-25 Paper-thin rechargeable batteries last 10 years
EnFilm's lithium technology recharges rapidly from a 4.2V charging circuit and displays low capacity loss as well as long cycle life allowing some 10 years of use if charged once per day.
2006-05-09 Paper, OLED display sales to reach $10.2B in 2011
Combined sales of OLED and paper-like displays will reach $10.2 billion by 2011 and $14.7 billion by 2013, according to a report from NanoMarkets LC.
2013-02-19 Paper tackles 3D IC temperature solutions
The methodology flow presented in the paper will demonstrate the link between the 3-D IC package thermal simulations with the system thermal simulation.
2004-10-18 Paper outlines consumer trends
Consumer Electronics Outlook: China is the third in a series of annual China-focused reports that examine the performance of mainland China's industry.
2011-05-10 Paper computer tech will make smartphones obsolete
Roel Vertegaal of Queen's University invents a thin-film phone that will make smartphones obsolete in 5 to 10 years.
2009-12-16 Paper battery trumps Li-ion performance
Researchers have developed a paper battery based on carbon nanotubes and silver nanowires could store an electric charge in a mobile device.
2005-12-12 NEC develops paper-thin mobile battery
NEC said it has developed a flexible, paper-thin battery that eventually will be usable by a variety of mobile devices.
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.
2007-05-16 LG.Philips comes out with A4 color e-paper
LG.Philips LCD has introduced a color 14.1-inch e-paper display equivalent in size to an A4 sheet of paper.
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.
2010-10-11 LA Metro paper tickets go contactless via NXP
NXP's MIFARE Ultralight contactless chip technology will be used for the paper tickets of buses in Los Angeles County, California.
2003-01-09 ITFT debuts paper-thin solar modules
ITFT Inc. displayed at the 2003 ICES Show the PowerFilm paper-thin solar technology, which is touted to be the world's thinnest solar modules.
2005-03-28 Intel invests in electronic paper display startup
E Ink Corp., a developer of electronic paper display technology, announced that Intel Capital has invested an undisclosed amount in the company.
2014-05-28 Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material.
2006-11-29 Indian student's invention puts gigabytes on paper
An Indian student claimed to store huge chunks of data on simple paper using his invention, Rainbow Technology.
2006-04-06 Hitachi, Bridgestone partner in marketing electronic paper displays
Hitachi and Bridgestone have reached a basic agreement to mutually cultivate the market for electronic paper display solutions and to strive towards the commercial application of the displays.
2006-02-09 Hitachi advances paper-thin RFID chip
Targeting radio-frequency identification, Hitachi has developed what it says is the smallest and thinnest IC in the world for those applications.
2016-05-03 Graphene e-paper promises brighter display, durability
China develops the world's first graphene electronic paper in a bid to create more pliable and brighter optical displays for e-readers and wearables.
2016-06-23 Graphene e-paper promises brighter display
China develops "the world's first graphene electronic paper" in a bid to create more pliable and brighter optical displays for e-readers and wearables.
2005-07-15 Fujitsu shows 'electronic paper' display
Fujitsu has developed a display, which is a film-based flexible color display and which has non-volatile capability being able to maintain an image without a power supply.
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