Over the last several months, we've seen a number of smartphone prototypes with a low power E-Ink display on one side and a traditional LCD on the other.
There are quite a number of digital readers currently on the market equipped with E Ink displays.
The KindleBerry Pi isn't exactly the most portable or practicle computer on the market, but it's sufficiently geeky.
Recent patent filings indicate that Amazon may be eyeing the creation of a dual-screen tablet.
Most smartphone users are painfully aware of the battery power it takes to run a big and bright LCD screen.
Epson and E Ink have developed a new electronic paper with a resolution way higher than that of existing e-readers.
The first color E Ink-powered e-reader is expected to make its debut at a Tokyo electronics show on Tuesday.
E Ink has debuted a next-gen display for eReaders that offers a 50% improved contrast ratio, along with crisper images and text for outdoor reading.
Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled an advanced system-on-chip (SoC) that is expected to help significantly lower the cost of next-generation eReaders.