At CES: Color-changing E Ink film for display experience
E Ink isn't just for e-readers any more
E-readers may be passe, but you could soon see the black-and-white, easy-to-read screens that helped make them a big hit in a lot more places and products.
E Ink broadens product mix, shows 32-inch display
Human Media Lab introduces shape-changing smartphone (w/ Video)
The next generation of E-ink may be on cloth (w/ video)
E Ink, maker of Kindle display, to offer color
Up until now, people who have bought e-readers have had to make a compromise: either read in color on a highly reflective screen, or read in shades of gray on a display that's easy to make out even outdoors.
E-reading: Revolution in the making or fading fad?
The marriage of an American technology firm and a Taiwanese display panel manufacturer has helped make digital reading a prospective challenger to paper as the main medium for transmitting printed information.
Taiwan firms display e-readers at computer show
(AP) -- Taiwanese electronics firms displayed a slew of e-readers at an industry show Tuesday, with one maker unveiling a lightweight model that can display a full magazine page in color.
Epson and E Ink Announce State-of-the-Art Color EPD Controller
Seiko Epson and E Ink Corporation today announced a new jointly developed display controller IC. The S1D13524 is a high-performance EPD controller with a built-in color processor for E Ink's VizplexTM-enabled ...
E-reader Roundup At The 2010 CES
New Sony e-book reader $100 cheaper than Kindle
(AP) -- Electronic books are often mentioned in the same breath as Amazon.com Inc.'s Kindle digital reader. Now e-book rival Sony Corp. is determined to recapture consumers' attention with a smaller reader ...
Power-sipping cell phone displays come closer
(AP) -- The first factory dedicated to making a new type of power-thrifty cell phone display has started operations, Qualcomm Inc. said this week.
Kindle display maker E Ink to be bought for $215M
(AP) -- E Ink Corp., the maker of the innovative display for the Amazon Kindle e-book reader, said Monday it has agreed to be acquired by a Taiwanese company for $215 million.