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Boston Globe
November 11, 2009

"E Ink Talks About ePaper"

E Ink's ePaper gives the Amazon Kindle its long battery life and great view. The Kindle is just one of many eBooks that take advantage of ePaper... [Read More]

WBJournal.com
November 9, 2009

"The Rise Of The E-Book"

Stand and watch the circulation desk at Cushing Academy's library in Ashburnham and before long a student will come up and request to check out not a book, but a Kindle... [Read More]

Mass High Tech
November 4, 2009

"MHT All-Star Russell Wilcox: Passionate Entrepreneur"

President and CEO of Cambridge-based electronic paper display developer E-Ink... [Read More]

Boston Globe
November 1, 2009

"Electronic Dreams"

The hottest technology company in the Boston area sits in a low-slung 100-year-old converted factory in the West Cambridge Industrial Park, not far from the Concord Avenue rotary... [Read More]

Business Insider
October 19, 2009

"Barnes And Noble's E-Reader Is Called "Nook""

Barnes & Noble's e-book reader will be called the "Nook" and it will cost $259 reports the Wall Street Journal. The Journal saw an ad for the Nook taken out by B&N for the Sunday Book Review... [Read More]

PC World
October 19, 2009

"Plastic Logic to Launch Que E-Reader in January"

Plastic Logic appears ready to deliver on its promise to ship its anticipated Que e-reader the firm announced nearly one year ago. A shipping model of the Que, Plastic Logic says, will be shown off on January 7 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas... [Read More]

ECN Magazine
October 13, 2009

"Playing With An E Ink Watch"

Smartertechnology.com
October 8, 2009

"Smarter E-Readers Enhance User Experience, Lower Cost"

Electronic books, newspapers and notepads (e-readers) based on E Ink's paperlike display technology are slated to get smarter soon, by virtue of a more intelligent controller microchip code-named ISIS (the god of magic)... [Read More]

Digital Trends
August 20, 2009

"The Future of Electronic Paper"

We were supposed to get our "paperless office" over a decade ago. The prolifieration of Internet access and the birth of new file formats for distributing documents over the Web promised to finally banish paper from the desk once and for all. But look around a modern-day office and you'll still find desks plastered in pulp... [Read More]

The Boston Globe
June 2, 2009

"E Ink Finds A Buyer Far From Home"

E Ink Corp. will expand research and development for its electronic paper display technology, roll out color capability, and hire about 20 more workers in Massachusetts as a result of its planned $215 million acquisition by Taiwanese display giant Prime View International... [Read More]

Reuters
June 1, 2009

"Prime View To Buy "Electronic Paper" Maker E Ink"

Prime View said on Monday it would pay about $215 million for E Ink, whose flexible digital displays are used in Amazon's Kindle and the Sony Reader. Privately held E Ink emerged from a Massachusetts Institute of Technology laboratory about a decade ago... [Read More]

ABC News
June 1, 2009

"Kindle Display Maker E Ink To Be Bought For $215M"

E Ink, 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. The buyer is Prime View International, which has been Cambridge, Massachusetts-based E Ink's partner in making "electronic ink" displays for Amazon.com and Sony... [Read More]

ePaperCentral.com
May 11, 2009

"Epaper Central Talks with E Ink's VP Sriram K. Peruvemba"

Although electronic paper was first developed by Xerox at its Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), it is another company, E Ink Corp, that immediately comes to mind in any current discussion of electronic paper. In fact, E Ink has almost become synonymous with e-paper... [Read More]

Tech On!
March 13, 2009

"9.7-inch E-paper Device to Debut in Japan"

Brother Industries Ltd will release the "Brother Document Viewer SV-100B," an information terminal equipped with an electronic paper module, in Japan June 1, 2009. The company highlights the product's ability to "allow users to carry around information equivalent to 10,000 sheets of A4-size documents."... [Read More]

PCMag.com
March 6, 2009

"Emerging Display Technology: OLEDs, Touch Screens, Flexible Displays and Pico Projectors"

My favorite part of attending technology conferences is hearing about new and emerging technology. At the Flat Panel Display conference I've been attending this week... [Read More]

CNNMoney.com
March 3, 2009

"The End Of Paper?"

Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel. Mark Twain's advice was apt in its time but sounds downright quaint these days. The ink-stained publishing world is battling against companies like Google and Yahoo that sell ads via any Internet-friendly gadget... [Read More]

The Boston Globe
February 26, 2009

"There's More Than One Way To Read a Digital Book"

I've got plenty of books already, but more keep turning up, including a few that have to be plugged in and recharged. Project Gutenberg, the first effort to computerize classic books, began when Richard Nixon was still wiretapping his enemies... [Read More]

The Wall Street Journal
February 26, 2009

"Amazon's Kindle 2 Improves the Good, Leaves Out the Bad"

Amazon.com has fixed the worst design flaws in the Kindle, its popular electronic-book reader, while maintaining the excellent book-buying experience that made the first Kindle model tolerable despite those problems... [Read More]

NECN
February 25, 2009

"Cambridge-based E Ink Celebrates Major Launch"

Political leaders of all stripes agree that small businesses are huge engines of job creation, and this week a 128-person company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, called E Ink is celebrating the launch of a major new piece of business... [Read More]

Wired
February 24, 2009

"For $3K, You Can Build Your Own Kindle Killer"

Like many people, Jaya Kumar wanted an e-book reader that was a little more capable than Amazon.com's Kindle. So he built one. Kumar's custom-built e-book reader has a fully capable web browser... [Read More]

CNBC
February 24, 2009

"The Kindle: Good Before, Better Now"

In the high-tech industry, you live for the day when your product name becomes a verb. "I Googled him." "She's been Photo- shopped."... [Read More]

Nieman Journalism Lab
February 9, 2009

"E-readers: Why Won't The Future Hurry Up And Get Here Already?"

Today was a day for dueling e-book readers. Amazon just announced its update to the Kindle, which is significantly sexier than its predecessor (although, at $359, it's no less reasonably priced)... [Read More]

Xconomy.com
February 9, 2009

"Amazon Launches Kindle 2"

At a press conference this morning in New York City, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos officially unveiled the Kindle 2, the second version of the Seattle-based e-retailer's popular e-book reading device... [Read More]