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An elastic conductor makes possible cheap, conformable displays.
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Pixels containing ink reservoirs could lead to bright e-readers that look more like printed paper.
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The super-cheap laptop project meets with widespread skepticism.
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Mary Lou Jepsen is developing technology originally created for the $100 laptop project.
A novel pixel design promises to be faster and brighter.