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PlasticLogic Develops Flexible AMOLED Display

06/04/2014, Wearable technology is starting to become more and more mainstream in this day and age, what with the introduction of Google Glass as well as the different designs in which it will come in. Having said that, we are starting to see a new side to wearable...

Samsung flexible screens get Youm brand

04/08/2012, Samsung, the consumer electronics giant has decided to go ahead with the Youm brand to grace its range of flexible displays, and the South Korean conglomerate intends to see this technology see action across a wide range of devices include an e-reader, a...

NEC to make bendy screens possible with super-thin batteries

03/19/2012, It looks like we’re one step closer to being able to own devices with flexible screens. The folks over at NEC announced that they are developing a super-thin battery that could be incorporated into credit cards or bendable screens. These batteries...

Stanford researchers create new transparent and flexible battery

07/26/2011, We’ve seen featured transparent batteries before in the past, way back in 2007 in Japan, and now four years later we have a new transparent battery, this time created by the folks at Stanford University. A team of researchers from the university...

Samsung to unveil next generation AMOLED displays at CES 2011

12/30/2010, [CES 2011] In an official press release today, Samsung Mobile Display has stated that they will be revealing their latest AMOLED displays at CES 2011 next week. This will include their 4.5″ WVGA Flexible AMOLED screen and the 19″ qFHD...

Samsung Could Commercialize Rollable OLED TVs In 2013/14

12/07/2010, Samsung Mobile Display’s senior manager, Kim Seong Cheol, has introduced a 0.2mm flexible AMOLED display that can be easily bent and the company is apparently capable of producing a 0.1mm thick (thin?) flexible AMOLED display. With such technology...

HP Designs Flexible, Solar-powered Wrist Display

04/15/2010, Soldiers in the future should be getting more and more tech to carry around, and HP is working on some rather cool display technologies to help them. What HP is working on is a prototype of a solar-powered lightweight computer display that is flexible...