color screens

color screens

Amazon acquires Samsung color display unit Liquavista

gigaom.com
Amazon has acquired Liquavista, Samsung’s low-power color-screen display unit. The technology could be used to put color screens on Kindle devices, especially e-readers. The Digital Reader, which has been following this story for several months, reported Monday that an unnamed Delaware-based LLC was the new owner of Liquavista. Amazon confirmed...
Amazon acquires Samsung color display unit Liquavista

The one big thing that newspaper visionaries didn't foresee

gigaom.com
It’s easy to forget sometimes that the world wide web has been around for more than two decades now, or that it has caused massive and ongoing disruption of almost every form of content from books and newspapers to music and movies. In the early 1990s, only a few really...
The one big thing that newspaper visionaries didn't foresee
Qualcomm looking to license Mirasol screen technology, sell only 'certain Mirasol products'

Shedding light on the new Nook

tech.fortune.cnn.com
Barnes & Noble is adding a brilliant light to its e-reader. Does it work? And, is it enough to goose sales? Barnes and Noble's Nook with GlowLight alongside last year's model. FORTUNE —  Although black-and-white e-readers are generally lighter, cheaper, and snappier than they used to be, they still don’t...
Shedding light on the new Nook
WSJ details RIM’s long, sad decline
At long last, TI releases graphing calculator for the iPad
Here's The New iPhone Game Everyone's Going Nuts Over Right Now (AAPL)

Remember TI-84 calculators? They're finally getting color screens

arstechnica.com
The TI-84 C Silver finally gives the TI-84 a color screen CemetechColor screens are an advancement that most graphing calculators have, inexplicably, forgone for ages. But finally, Texas Instruments is moving one of its old battleaxes to Technicolor: the company is due to release a color version of its TI-84...
Remember TI-84 calculators? They're finally getting color screens
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