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Video: Sony Unveils Paper-Thin OLED Screen That Rolls Up While Still Playing Video
We’re putting things that used to be on paper on video devices, things usually associated with large video screens onto...
A Cheap, Thin Film Gives Portable Night Vision to Cell Phones and Eyeglasses
What we regularly refer to as “night vision goggles” are actually less like goggles and more like heavy, bulky (and...
The Translucent Video Screen Arrives
The media player with a see-through, color screen
Wonder Material Graphene Becomes Lighting for Future Devices and Homes
New light-emitting electrochemical cells could replace OLEDs
Paper-Thin Batteries To Juice Self-Powered OLEDs
General Electric has teamed with an Israeli battery developer to make thin organic LED panels that require no external power source
A Hammer Is No Match For a Flexible OLED Display
Flexible OLEDs are the displays of the future in every sense imaginable–the picture is great, the panels are unbelievably slim,...
Gallery: Far-Out New Tech from Japan
Thank Japan for sushi, Kobe beef, karaoke and the goods from the annual CEATEC showcase.
Orkin Design and Sony Show Off Roll-Up Laptop Concepts
Laptops keep getting thinner and lighter, but some concept laptops take portable to a new level. Orkin Design’s Rolltop consists...
This Week in the Future: September 28-October 2, 2009
Cyborg monkeys surf on OLED pickles. Ships emit slime, and our own Mikey Sklar’s Benz runs on vegetable oil. And...
Video: MIT Scientist Explains How OLEDs Work, Using a Glowing Pickle
No, that glowing pickle isn’t a promotion for rave night at Katz’s, it’s a demonstration for how your TV works....