Archive for October, 2017

Samsung’s folding displays fix the one big problem

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original post by Chris Davies for Slash Gear Folding displays are a mainstay of science fiction, and now Samsung is readying the tech to make gadgets with screens that bend or roll. The company has been working on flexible OLED for some…

Conductive Inks: Never Ceasing To Adapt

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original post by IDTechEx Research on Electronic Products & Technology Magazine, October 4, 2017. Cast your mind back a few years and you will find a conductive ink business that appeared very mature and slow moving. The boom years of the photovoltaic…

Samsung Gets US Patent Approval For A Wearable Having A Bendable Display Panel

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original post by Jed John, for Gizmochina, October 17, 2017 Wearables are turning out to be one of Samsung’s stronghold in addition to smartphones and tablets. The company has got the Gear S2, Gear S3, Gear Fit, Gear Fit 2…

Does C3Nano Have the Technology that Will Kill ITO?

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original post from Ken Werner for Display Daily, 10/12/17 The last time we took a serious look at technologies for replacing ITO in transparent conductors, Cambrios was the leading purveyor of silver nanowires (AgNWs). Cambrios was battling metal mesh technology…

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