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Express yourself with Chameleon E-Paper Bag

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E-Paper is one hot invention. It’s a flexible material that can change appearance, making it perfect for newspaper or e-book reading, but now it seems like the technology is being implemented into fashion as well. The Chameleon E-Paper carry bag uses the material as its main body, and makes use of simple lines “to emphasize the change of the pattern.” ...

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Philips may be first to mass produce e-Paper

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Philips Electronics announced Monday that they are preparing to mass-produce a slim digital paper. Philips is also working on a more advanced paper that will be able to display video, but at this time the new e-paper to come will only display monochrome images and text. Consumers will be able to download newspapers and magazines directly to the 5-inch screen. ...

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Apple Tried To Sell These Products In The 80s

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Apple products from the 1980s.

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Introducing the Hot Watch Smartwatch (Video)

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We are hearing the first impressions about the Hot Watch smartwatch and the device seems to be quite impressive.

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PaperDude VR: The Awesome Paperboy Game (Video)

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While the combination of the Oculus Rift and Microsoft Kinect is capable of giving you the scariest experiences ever, it seems that a bit of nostalgia can also be achieved. If you grew up playing the Paperboy game, you would certainly love to try the new PaperDude VR developed by Globacore.

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Sony 13.3-Inch e-Reader For Students

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Sony has unveiled a 13.3-inch flexible E Ink prototype device which comes with the new Mobius e-paper display technology.

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Samsung and LG March Closer to the Goal of a Commercial Flexible Display

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Samsung has been talking about flexible display technology for years now, but if they don't watch out, it could be LG that beats them to the market.

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Could Apple Eventually Release a Smartwatch? (Rumor)

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Until the most recent update to the iPod Nano, one of the coolest things about the little iDevice was that it was very easy to turn the phone into a capable smartwatch.

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Google patent points to their own augmented-reality smartwatch

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Google wants to surround your entire body with tons of computing devices, it seems. First we have the smartphone, which Google already controls through Android. Next we have the Project Glass computerized glasses. It's not enough to have a computer in your pocket (your phone, duh) and a computer in your glasses, now they want your wrist, too.

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Looking for a Voice-powered Smartwatch? Check out the Martian Smartwatch

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The Pebble smartwatch is still one of the most success projects to ever generate funds through Kickstarter, although the Ouya almost did as well. The smartwatch is certainly a unique market, and even though solutions using the iPad Nano already somewhat exist- many people enjoy the idea of having a smartwatch that interacts with their iPhones and Android devices.

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Ouya Console Raises $1 Million Kickstarter Funding in 8 Hours

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In fact, the Ouya video game system is now the fastest ever Kickstarter project to raise $1 million, achieving this feat in a mere 8 hours and 22 minutes. But the funding didin't stop there.

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Inside the Minds Behind AppStori Crowdfunding Community

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Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding have become an incredibly popular way to get young startups off the ground, but what is it about AppStori that makes them different. I recently interviewed them to find out.

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New Backlit Kindle e-Reader On Its Way?

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The world of e-paper and e-readers has had a lot of new changes heading towards it recently, this includes color technology and now even an e-Ink Kindle that has a built-in backlit display. According to Devin Coldewey at TechCrunch, who managed to catch a glimpse of the device, it's light was a real game-changer for reading in the dark but it was a much softer glow than the harsh lighting that it found with typical backlit LCD screens.

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The Next Wave Of ePaper

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The next wave of ePaper may be losing some of that old fashioned appeal. Current ePaper readers such as the Kindle need light in order to be read, just like when you're looking over an actual newspaper. With an increasing amount of eReaders (tablets) boasting backlight displays, most of us like to keep eInk a bit more traditional; like having to read with the aid of other light. Reading without backlighting is also easier on the eyes.

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Rewritable Reusable ePaper In The Making

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ITRI, Taiwan’s largest and one of the world’s leading high-tech research and development institutions have introduced the I2R e-Paper. The first electronic paper ever proven to be re-writable, re-usable and environmentally friendly. This is the real deal - the “electronic paper” is the latest entry to the attempt to end our overwhelming use of traditional paper.

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