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  • E Ink Corp.
    Information on and demonstration of electronic ink technology: non-volatile reflective displays, with dramatic benefits over traditional media: very low mass, low power use, huge sizes (meters across), physically flexible.
  • Gyricon Media
    The company that markets PARC's electronic paper under the trademark SmartPaper. Information about the products nd the company.
  • Howstuffworks: How Electronic Ink Will Work
    An illustrated introduction to e-ink's production and uses.
  • Papyron
    Company profile for this manufacturer of electronic paper displays.
  • Xerox PARC: Gyricon
    Electronic reusable paper using bichromal beads to display information. Low cost and power, non-volatile.
  • Researchers Create Flexible, Paper-thin Electronic Screen
    "In a step toward electronic newspapers and wearable computer screens, scientists have created an ultra-thin screen that can be bent, twisted and even rolled up and still display crisp text." [Associated Press] (May 7, 2003)
  • How Paper is Becoming Super Smart
    The prospects of PARC's SmartPaper. [ZDNet] (November 4, 2002)
  • Start-up Reveals the Skinny on Screens
    E Ink is demonstrating a prototype of a flexible computer screen that's half as thick as a credit card. [CNet] (June 2, 2002)
  • Are We Ready for Digital Paper?
    Commentary on the promise of electronic paper that responds to digital pens. [ZDNet] (March 11, 2002)
  • Paper That Acts Digital
    A look at Swedish startup Anoto's electronic text pad. [Business 2.0] (March 4, 2002)
  • Quality Leap for E-paper Developers
    Short update on Philips Research developments with a new flexible display. [BBC News] (December 5, 2001)
  • The Electronic Paper Chase
    Feature article about accomplishments and hopes for e-paper companies. [Scientific American] (November, 2001)
  • E-Paper Moving Closer
    Highlights efforts of Gyricon Media and the E-ink Corporation. [BBC News] (September 8, 2001)
  • Think 'E Ink' If You Like Paper
    Philips Components and E Ink Corp. present new high visibility, low power prototypes. [Wireless News] (June 6, 2001)
  • What's Next: Batteries Push Paper Into Electronics Age
    Flexible batteries hold promise for electronic paper. Free registration required. [NY Times] (May 24, 2001)
  • Electronic Ink Hits Display Screens
    Report on E-Ink's electronic paper efforts. [ZDNet] (May 10, 2001)
  • E-Paper Moves a Step Nearer
    Researchers build a prototype sheet of flexible plastic electronic paper. [BBC News] (April 23, 2001)
  • 'Radio Paper' from E Ink
    An update on E Ink's business deals. [Publishers Weekly] (March 19, 2001)
  • Stop the Presses (Beyond Paper: Part Two)
    An overview of the development of Gyricon's electronic paper technology. [] (March 6, 2001)
  • Will Pixels Kill Paper? (Beyond Paper: Part One)
    A report on the current electronic book and electronic ink endeavors. [] (March 5, 2001)
  • E Ink: Your Hands Will Thank You
    Coverage of the E-Ink and Philips Components announcement to jointly develop high-resolution e-ink displays for handheld devices, touching on the technology and benefits of such products. [Wired] (March 1, 2001)
  • Electronic Paper Turns the Page
    Detailed article on the recent history of e-ink development. [Technology Review] (March 1, 2001)
  • Beyond E-Books: Glimpses of the Future
    A report on electronic paper and multimedia books. [Publishers Weekly] (January 1, 2001)
  • E-Ink for E-Books
    The E Ink and Xerox projects with electronic paper. [Biblio Tech Review] (January 1, 2001)
  • Spinoff Moves Into E-Ink Market Space
    Xerox spins off Gyricon Media, makers electronic reusable paper. [Boston Business Journal] (December 18, 2000)
  • Digital Ink Meets Electronic Paper
    A review of the history, processes, and future of electronic ink. [Economist Technology Quarterly] (December 7, 2000)
  • Flexible Displays for Electronic Ink
    E Ink's new prototypes of flexible, plastic, electronic paper. Free registration required. [New York Times] (November 30, 2000)
  • E-Paper Here Sooner Than You Think
    A tongue-in-cheek overview of e-ink projects. [ZDNet AnchorDesk] (November 21, 2000)
  • E Ink Agreement with Lucent Will Help Develop Electronic Paper
    Collaboration announcement between Lucent Technologies and E Ink Corp. [Information Today] (September 1, 2000)
  • Company Hopes 'Electronic Ink' Will Transform Books and Newspapers
    Developers at E-Ink and Xerox are working on electronic replacements for ink and paper that may one day lead to electronic books that are portable, renewable and cheap. [CNN] (August 30, 2000)
  • Electronic Ink Shows Its True Colors
    E-Ink and Xerox are among the companies hoping to change the way you use a pen and paper. A summary of e-ink technology and business. [PC World] (August 28, 2000)
  • E Ink Corporation's Immedia Technology to Eventually Be Used in Electronic Publishing - A commercial demonstration of signs using electronic ink at a J.C. Penney store. [Information Today] (August 1, 2000)
  • Reading the Electronic Ink on the Wall
    A technological and economic overview of E Ink's plans to make electronic paper. [USA Today] (May 9, 2000)
  • E-Ink Writes its Future on E-Paper
    "J.C. Penney is testing E-Ink's new e-paper technology on erasable signs. A commercially viable product is only three years away." [ZDNet News] (January 4, 2000)
  • E Ink's Message: We're Creating a New Medium
    The concept and implications of electronic ink innovations. [BusinessWeek] (November 16, 1999)
  • Electronic Ink Makes Its Mark
    An early look at a J.C. Penney store using electronic ink signs. [Wired] (May 30, 1999)
  • The New Papyrus, from Xerox
    Xerox PARC engineers are working on electronic paper, a fabric-like material that can display digital text. [Wired] (November 4, 1998)
  • Writing with Electronic Ink
    A brief technological overview on some electrifying reading. [ABC News] (July 16, 1998)
  • Digital Ink
    The advantages of electronic ink over plain paper. [Wired] (May 1, 1997)
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