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After Next Year, Macbooks May Have Programmable E-Ink Keyboards
Individual keys look different depending on what you're doing
Sony’s Next Smartwatch Might Be Made Entirely From E-Paper
But will its display be only fifty shades of gray?
Will I Ever Get A Color E-Reader?
Why your Kindle is black and white -- and why your next one might be color
Electronic Updatable License Plates Could Flash “STOLEN” Or “TEEN DRIVER”
In South Carolina, a program to institute electronic license plates, which the DMV insists will not track your every move.
Hands-On: Barnes & Noble’s Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight, Uh, Glows, With Light
Today, Barnes & Noble announced a new upgrade to the (pretty excellent) Nook Simple Touch ebook reader: illumination. The Simple … Continued
Amazon Kindle Touch Review: Should You Touch Your Books?
It's got 3G and a touchscreen, but are those worth the price bump over the stocking-stuffer $80 Kindle?
Video: E Ink Shows Off Rollable, Scrunchable, and Video Screens
E Ink, the company that pioneered the electrophoretic displays used in gadgets like the Amazon Kindle, won’t have a new … Continued
E-Paper Breakthrough Could Lead to Rollable, Flexible, Even Disposable e-Readers
The problem with most e-paper, as we’ve come to know it, is that it’s not actually anything like paper. Most … Continued
Pixel Qi Selling DIY Kits to Convert Your LCD Screen to E-Ink
The kits will be available by mid-2010
Pixel Qi: The LCD Screen That Could Finally Kill Paper For Good
Mary Lou Jepsen has created massive holograms and cheap laptops for the developing world. Now she’s rethinking the LCD screen, leading the way to the next great gadget: an e-reader...