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Samsung acquires Liquavista

1/20/2011 01:29 AM EST
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Etmax   1/20/2011 11:20:13 PM
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So hold off on getting that e-reader, and I think apple's iPad and others will also suffer with a true colour e-paper device out there. And again Philips leads the world in fundamental technology for consumer electronics.

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Warren3   1/20/2011 6:03:15 PM
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A decent color "electronic ink" is a big, big deal. In October an engadget review gushes about the technology but describes it as still too theoretical. Samsung taking this on, I am hopeful, could mean its ready for primetime.

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GREAT-Terry   1/20/2011 2:50:02 AM
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Besides the news of Plastic electronics, it is also good to see such move from Samsung. We need low power display and companies investing on this goal will see good biz return.

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