The First Flexible eReader Still Can't Roll Up Like a Good Paperback…

Now that they're packing touchscreens and backlights, eReaders have enjoyed a bit of a resurgence as of late. And LG hopes to keep the ball rolling with its flexible ePaper technology that's now available in the surprisingly thin and light Wexler Flex One. » 6/07/12 9:29am 6/07/12 9:29am

Finally, an Electronic Paper Display I Can Crumple Up and Throw Away

E-ink technology is easier on the eyes for reading, even if the devices it's currently deployed in feel nothing like a book or magazine. But AU Optronics gives us another tantalizing look at the future with a proof of concept ereader that's completely self-powered, while still as flexible as a piece of paper. » 10/29/11 1:00pm 10/29/11 1:00pm

Meet Sony's Future Reader Displays, Made From Flexible E-Paper

A few months back Sony demonstrated their ultra-thin flexible OLED panel, which was thinner than a human hair, and could be wrapped around a pencil. While not as visually impressive, their flexible e-paper at least has a chance of launching. » 9/16/10 8:00am 9/16/10 8:00am