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  • Sharp unveils LCD panel with integrated memory function

    Sharp unveils LCD panel with integrated memory function

    Sharp has developed LCD screens with a memory function that makes it possible to save the displayed content after the power supply is cut off. A number of prototypes (in 1.7-, 2.4-, 6.1- and 14.1-inch sizes) was showcased at the FPD International 2008 show in Tokyo, with just the two small versions being in color. Sharp sees its screens as a possible new alternative to e-paper, to be used as… Read More

  • CEATEC 2008: Citizen demonstrates mini e-paper prototype (video)

    http://blip.tv/play/ih_Rs3GJ5FQ The video shows Citizen‘s so-called Denshi peepa (e-paper) display, which has an amazing quality but wasn’t as impressive as Fujitsu’s FLEPIa e-reader. Read More

  • Plastic Logic will show off a fancy, new electronic paper device today

    Plastic Logic will show off a fancy, new electronic paper device today

    She’s on the left Is electronic paper ready to hit the big time? Plastic Logic is set to unveil a version of electronic paper at Demo (a tech trade show in San Diego) today, one that the reeling newspaper industry desperately wants to succeed. The device still doesn’t have a name, nor will it have a price—we’ll have to wait until CES to find out what it costs (provided it… Read More

  • Germany's Telekom is developing a Kindle competitor

    Germany's Telekom is developing a Kindle competitor

    Read&Go, an e-paper from France Telecom One of Europe’s biggest telecommunications companies, Deutsche Telekom, is developing a portable e-reader, apparently a competitor for Amazon’s Kindle. There are no pictures of the new device available at this point. The German powerhouse plans a test run with a few dozen prototypes in Berlin this fall. The project is code-named… Read More

  • Fujitsu to commercialize e-reader with color e-paper in the fall

    Fujitsu to commercialize e-reader with color e-paper in the fall

    Fujitsu Frontech, Tokyo-based subsidiary of the Fujitsu group, plans to sell its FLEPia, an e-reader using color e-paper, to mass consumers this fall. The exact launch date is yet unknown. According to Japan’s leading business newspaper Nikkei [registration required], Fujitsu will initially offer the A4 version only (210×304×12mm). They didn’t say if the A5 device will follow. The… Read More

  • Pre-show leak: LG.Philips LCD to show off highest resolution e-paper

    Pre-show leak: LG.Philips LCD to show off highest resolution e-paper

    CES is coming, CES is coming! I ask: what’s the point of the show if companies leak what they’re going to show before Day One? LG.Philips, I’m referring to you right now. Word has it that LG.Philips LCD will show off a 14.3-inch E-Paper model with a 1280×800 resolution, which is the highest resolution of such a device. She’s able to display 16.7 million colors as well. Read More

  • Touch Sensitive Paper

    Touch Sensitive Paper

    Blow up doll connoisseurs rejoice! A new wave of touchable tech is just around the bend. A team of Swedish scientists have created paper embedded with metallic particles that, when touched, complete a circuit which produces a recorded sound. The sound is played via small electromagnets embedded in the paper. The aim for now is to apply this technology into packaging. However, more… Read More

  • Samsung Brings Out The Big Guns For SID 2007

    Samsung Brings Out The Big Guns For SID 2007

    Samsung is looking to make a splash at this year’s Society for Display and a few of the displays they’ve brought with them from Korea are primed to get the job done. What better way to start off the show then to win the SID Gold Award for Display of the Year with an LED backlit 40-inch LCD TV. The award winning set has a 10,000:1 contrast ratio and color saturation that’s 105% of… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: High Seas Edition

    Daily Crunch: High Seas Edition

    Help Key: The Essential Guide to Piracy Color A4 E-Paper: Porn Just Got Even Portable-er The Bill of Lights: Maunfacturers Need to Stop Putting Useless Lights Everywhere Oregon Scientific Four Piece Weather Module Station: For Those Who Just Need to Know The Dew Point Right Now Gears of War Golf Coming Soon Read More

  • Color A4 E-Paper: Porn Just Got Even Portable-er

    Color A4 E-Paper: Porn Just Got Even Portable-er

    LG and Philips just announced that they’ve created the first A4-sized sheet of color e-paper, a massive step forward in the future of portable reading matter and/or pornography. Trust me — the first color e-paper device will not be used to deliver an illustrated version of As I Lay Dying to the masses. The sheet is completely flexible and uses power only to redraw the screen during a… Read More