Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Cambridge firm developing 'electronic paper' - The Boston Globe

See the post for more details and a photo gallery -- pretty cool... 

Electronic paper, long hyped as the technology that would make newspapers and books obsolete, is finally making its way into consumer products, powered by E Ink Corp.

The decade-old Cambridge company has grown 200 to 300 percent each year, and over the past few months, its retro-looking black-and-white displays have appeared in high-profile products such as the Sony Reader tablet, a Motorola cellphone highlighted at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and a foldable, pocket-sized screen that won the Most Innovative Technology Award at the GSM Association's 2007 Global Mobile Awards last month.

Source: Cambridge firm developing 'electronic paper' - The Boston Globe

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