Consumer & Gadgets

Sony's FES Watch U has new look on e-ink face, band

You go to your closet each morning and you choose your shirt, trousers, dress, shoes according to your mood and style needs for the day —so why not have the same style freedom with your watch.

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Holoflex—World's first holographic flexible smartphone (w/ Video)

Researchers at the Human Media Lab at Queen's University have developed the world's first holographic flexible smartphone. The device, dubbed HoloFlex, is capable of rendering 3D images with motion parallax and stereoscopy ...

Engineering

Michigan team work on Braille tablet display to widen access

Braille displays for the blind are one way for the blind to access information. The National Braille Press said technology for Braille displays has been around for several decades, but since blindness is a low incidence disability ...

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LG Display: Expect display rollable like newspaper at CES

Anyone following tech stories from month to month will recognize LG Display as those tech people focused on "bendy" and "rollable" displays, bolstered by the company's aggressive attention toward novel organic light-emitting ...

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Team in South Korea focusing on tech to display color 3D hologram

IT watchers in South Korea report that a team from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) developed 360° 3D hologram imaging technology. Their color 3D holograms are special in that you don't need ...

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Researchers address battery power issue in 4K phone display

What is the big deal with 4K? The term 4K refers to four times the number of pixels as standard screens. Describing the effect of 4K in TV, John Archer wrote in Trusted Reviews: "The extra resolution of 4K images adds more ...

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Polyera announces truly flexible display

Flexible technology development company Polyera has announced, via press release, that it has succeeded in creating a truly bendable electronic display and will be showcasing it soon, as part of an arm band it has also developed ...

Engineering

Kateeva coating could finally give us bendable displays

A new startup based in Menlo Park, California called Kateeva might have solved one of the problems that is keeping manufacturers from selling us portable devices with bendable displays. They've developed a coating process ...

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E Ink broadens product mix, shows 32-inch display

Mention E Ink, and most people familiar with the company name associate it with a product for e-readers, but the company has been spreading its wings to apply its technology in broader areas. Technology watchers see E Ink ...

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