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Delta Sky Magazine
December 1, 2010

"The E-Reader Revolution"

Still reading a book made out of paper? That's so 2009. E-books-and even magazines-are nipping on the heels of traditional publishing, luring readers with convenience, lower prices and digital bells and whistles... [Read More]

Popular Science
November 23, 2010

"Testing the Best: The Kindle's E Ink Pearl Display"

A few months ago, when I still lived in San Francisco, I used to go to a monthly event called Literary Death Match, in which well-lubricated writers read their work in front of a heckling panel of judges. It's somewhere between stand-up comedy and a drunk recital, with a tone a bit like that of the nearby-headquartered McSweeney's--slightly precious, highly literate, vaguely experimental, and often funny--only more profane... [Read More]

PC World
November 10, 2010

"E-Ink and LG Debut Color e-Paper Screens"

Wired
November 9, 2010

"How E Ink's Triton Color Displays Work, In E-Readers and Beyond"

E Ink's new Triton line give the company's displays a long-desired new feature: color. Most of the E Ink team is in Japan this week, demonstrating their new screens in Hanvon's new e-reader... [Read More]

Nature Photonics
November 1, 2010

"Great Expectations"

Display technologies can be found in almost all aspects of our daily lives, with electronic displays now being included even on objects that have traditionally never featured screens, such as kitchen appliances. Without a doubt, electronic books (e-books) are the success story of 2010... [Read More]

KGO-TV ABC 7
November 1, 2010

"E-books look to be hit over holiday season"

This holiday season, we will give fewer books as gifts and give more e-books, say the experts. Sales of e-readers such Amazon's Kindle are outstripping even the most optimistic forecasts... [Read More]

Popular Science
November 1, 2010

"Best of What's New 2010"

Apple established a market for luxurious mobile entertainment with the iPad this year. But for those of us who just want to read text on a screen, e-readers have also evolved. This year, E Ink improved the chemistry of its display's pigment particles, resulting in a 50 percent greater contrast that makes beach reading even easier... [Read More]

The New York Times
November 1, 2010

"Color Comes to E Ink Screens"

E-book readers are lightweight and use little power, but most have a distinct disadvantage to colorful tablet computers: their black-and-white displays... [Read More]

PC Today
October 1, 2010

"EReaders By The Numbers"

Since Apple launched the iPad in April, the ereader and ebook industries have announced a steady stream of technologies... [Read More]

Engadget
October 1, 2010

"Phosphor's latest watch can E Ink its way through 24 time zones"

Tired of waiting for Seiko to produce an E Ink watch that mere mortals can touch, much less afford? A little company by the name of Art Technology has been delivering mass-market wearable susing the technology since 2007... [Read More]

Wired.co.uk
September 1, 2010

"Explained: How colour E Ink works"

It was revealed earlier in the year that colour electronic ink displays are on the way, and will be with us by the end of the year... [Read More]

The New York Times
September 1, 2010

"Reading eBooks in All the colors of the rainbow"

BLACK-AND-WHITE movies have their film noir appeal, yet it's glowing color that rules on most consumer displays these days, with one exception: the pages of e-book readers. There, color is still supplied the old-fashioned way — not by filtered pixels, but by readers' imaginations... [Read More]

Teleread.com
September 1, 2010

"Reading eBooks LCD vs E Ink"

There is always a lot of discussion about which screen is better for reading ebooks: and LCD screen, which is often less expensive or eInk-type screens, which are often more expensive... [Read More]

PC Magazine
July 1, 2010

"Amazon's New Kindle Shows E Ink Progress"

Reading the news about the new Amazon Kindle, what stands out to me is that despite all the hype about LCD-based slate computers, there seems to be plenty of room in the market for devices running electronic ink-style displays... [Read More]

Business Wire
July 1, 2010

"E Ink Announces Next Generation Display Platform"

E Ink expands the marketplace for electronic reading with the introduction of E Ink Pearl, the next generation, easy-to-read electronic paper display with high contrast and sunlight readability... [Read More]

Boston.com (Boston Globe)
July 1, 2010

"E Ink Announces Next-Generation Display Platform"

E Ink Corp., a Cambridge company whose technology is used in such e-readers as the Kindle, announced the upcoming release of its next generation display technology, called Pearl... [Read More]

Cambridge Day
January 13, 2010

"E-Ink Devices Could Save Newspapers, Magazines, But They Must Survive Apple Incursion First"

E-Ink is all over this year's Consumer Electronics Show, which opens Thursday in Las Vegas... [Read More]

eeTimes.com
January 6, 2010

"Texas Instruments Seeks To Streamline e-Book Design"

Texas Instruments has developed custom silicon and software intended to streamline the design process for e-books using the same E-Ink display... [Read More]