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New York Times
December 23, 2008

"Turning Page, E-Books Start to Take Hold"

Could book lovers finally be willing to switch from paper to pixels? For a decade, consumers mostly ignored electronic book devices, which were often hard to use and offered few popular items to read. But this year, in part because of the popularity of Amazon.com's wireless Kindle device, the e-book has started to take hold... [Read More]

LinuxDevices.com
December 19, 2008

"Ultra-Light Ebook Reader Runs Linux"

As if spurred on by the success of the hard-to-come-by Amazon Kindle, which was rekindled by a recent endorsement by Oprah Winfrey, more and more vendors appear to be jumping into the ebook market... [Read More]

Phoenix Business Journal
December 12, 2008

"ASU Flexible Display Center Pushes Computer Graphics to New Levels"

Imagine a world where combat soldiers look at a paper-thin, bendable electronic device sewn onto their uniforms to get real-time readouts of military positions and battle operations... [Read More]

EE Times
October 31, 2008

"E-book Reaches Orbit"

Chinese taikonauts orbiting the Earth last month took with them a five-inch electronic paper display made by Hanwang Technology Co... [Read More]

Printed Electronics Award
September 25, 2008

"Insight Into E Ink"

EE Times
September 22, 2008

"3rd-Gen E-Ink Display Aims for Sweet Spot"

The original designer of the electronic-paper display for Sony's eBook and Amazon.com's Kindle model claim to have one-upped those devices with improved technology for its own third-generation iRex 1000 Digital Reader... [Read More]

Forbes
September 15, 2008

"Is E Ink Publishing's Savior?"

If electronic ink can save publishing, it can also help E Ink thrive after a decade of struggle... [Read More]

Popular Science
September 3, 2008

"Enduring Image"

Want a new cellphone? Just press a button. What looks like painted artwork on the Hitachi W61H phone is actually a new E-Ink screen. Unlike LCDs that add bulk to a device, manufacturers can add these screens—just twice the thickness of a hair—as if they were stickers... [Read More]

The Times
September 2, 2008

"Will Bookworms Get Their Teeth Into the Sony Reader?"

Outside the British Library the slim volume in my hands could mark the beginning of the end for slim volumes. It is the Sony Reader, the electronic book that hits the British market this week – and the gadget that, if the publicity is to be believed, could kill off the book as we know it... [Read More]

The Boston Globe
September 1, 2008

"Cover story: E Ink Writes a New Chapter"

Esquire magazine's current cover has New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady lounging in a charcoal suit, but the publication's October front will trade Boston's brawn for Cambridge's brains... [Read More]

ZDNet.com
September 1, 2008

"The Future of... Ink"

Imagine a magazine that updates its articles whenever new information is available. A tablet that stores all the textbooks a university student will ever need. Or a supermarket shelf tag that automatically reflects price changes. ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das shows us how electronic ink is turning the page on a new era for displays... [Read More]

CIOL.com
August 20, 2008

"E Ink's Electronic Paper Displays Delight!"

According to iSuppli, flexible displays are playing an increasingly important role in the global high-tech industry, serving as the crucial enabling technology for a new generation of portable devices that are designed to combine mobility with compelling user interfaces... [Read More]

Express Computer
August 18, 2008

"Next-gen Displays"

An Electronic Paper Display (EPD) technology has been a long time coming... [Read More]

The New York Times
July 6, 2008

"Electronic Papyrus: The Digital Book, Unfurled"

Consumers like large displays on the mobile devices they use for reading an e-mail message or an e-book, but they also like to tuck those devices into their pockets. But the bigger the screen on a cellphone or an e-reader, the sooner it outgrows pocket size... [Read More]

Boomersforever.com
July 1, 2008

"The eBook Revolution"

An almost magical technology was thrust upon an unsuspecting world and changed it forever. It was a device that brought about a surge in communication between not only the rich and powerful, but between everyday people... [Read More]

Computerworld
June 1, 2008

"The Future of e-Paper: The Kindle Is Only the Beginning"

Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle has turned a long underperforming category of tech gadget -- e-book readers -- into an overnight hit, and in the process has boosted interest in electronic paper display (EPD) technology... [Read More]

Technology Review
March 1, 2008

"Amazon Kindle"

Amazon's portable, handheld reader, which allows users to download digital versions of books, newspapers, and magazines, represents one of the first consumer uses of a low-power, easy-to-read electrophoretic display... [Read More]

PC World
February 21, 2008

"Are Enterprises Ready For e-Readers?"

More than a decade after the first clunky electronic books appeared, a new push is underway to get readers to curl up with digital versions of their favorite best-sellers... [Read More]

ElectroIQ.com
February 4, 2008

"Flexible, Printed Electronics Sector Grows, But Challenges Remain"

Smart credit cards with embedded displays, e-packaging with printed RFID chips, and mobile devices with rollable, e-paper screens are among the growing number of flexible electronics-enabled gizmos that have reached or about to reach the commercialization stage... [Read More]

PCMag.com
February 1, 2008

"E-Book Readers Can Do Better"

I have been testing electronic book readers since the not-so-heady days of NuvoMedia's Rocket eBook and Rocket Reader, and I'm happy to report that the latest generation, the $300 Sony Reader and the $400 Amazon.com Kindle (reviewed on page 38), are undeniably superior... [Read More]

Technology Review
February 1, 2008

"E-Paper, In Living Color"

Gadgets like the Sony Reader and the newer Amazon Kindle let people read downloaded e-books on crisp displays that are clear even in bright sunlight... [Read More]

Softpedia.com
January 31, 2008

"Hitachi W61H With E-ink Display for a Great Look"

Hitachi, the giant Japanese manufacturer and service provider, unveiled its latest mobile phone, Hitachi W61H, a handset that comes to emphasize the company's slogan, "Inspire the Next", with its e-ink display and its exquisite look... [Read More]

Crave.com
January 29, 2008

"E-Ink Gives Phone Its Own Version of Tats"

With the impossible competition in the mobile phone business, it's not surprising that some manufacturers would try something a little crazy to distance themselves from pack. But we didn't think they'd be this crazy... [Read More]

The Wall Street Journal
January 28, 2008

"Thinking About Tomorrow"

Let's get this out of the way first -- in the next 10 years, no one will travel to work by jet pack or have robot maids that serve dinner... [Read More]

The New York Times
January 27, 2008

"A Hand-Held Library to Fit a Market Niche"

Printed books provide pleasures no device created by an electrical engineer can match. The sweet smell of a brand-new book... [Read More]

Design News
January 25, 2008

"Polymer Vision's Readius Combines Electronic Reader, Cell Phone"

A new mobile device from Polymer Vision has the functionality of a cell phone, an e-reader, and a portable audio player... [Read More]

Smithsonian Magazine
January 15, 2008

"Turn The Page"

I usually travel by train to work as I go, and over time I've developed several methods of discouraging other, supposedly paying passengers from sitting beside me... [Read More]

MSNBC.com
August 29, 2012

"Indie Tech: Small Companies, Big Breakthroughs"

At the end of four days of haunting the concrete corridors and electric acres of the huge convention center in Las Vegas for CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, I've found some real highlights mixed in with the been-there-done-that offerings... [Read More]

Popular Mechanics
January 1, 2008

"10 Tech Concepts You Need to Know for 2008"

Miniaturization is great, but not everyone wants to read the news on a 1.5-in. cellphone screen... [Read More]