Weren't we just gushing about LG and Philips paring down a cellphone screen to 1.3mm? Now Toshiba and Matsushita have topped (bottomed?) that, with an even-thinner LCD screen that's less than a millimeter thick. The .99mm, 2-inch-diagonal screen is so skinny, if it were any thinner crack whores would be calling it anorexic.
The slim wars are on. Who will be next to prove that size does matter? Or when it comes to screens, to what extent does it? This is quite a technological feat, but since there's a lot more to cellphone thinness than just the screen, this isn't going to help slim down cellphones and other devices by a whole heckuva lot.