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A one-step method sorts and aligns carbon nanotubes for use in electronics.
Copper nanowires could be used in ultra-thin field-emission displays that are brighter and sharper than flat-panel displays.
Engineers are building inexpensive, tabletop, touch-screen displays and sharing the instructions online.
A new device offers a pixel layout that saves battery life and presents a sharper picture.
In a Microsoft prototype, your fingers don’t cover up what you’re looking at.
Large-scale manufacturing techniques used to build LCDs could make solar power far more competitive.
Innovative displays that let more light reach the viewer could double the battery life of handheld devices.
A pseudo-transparent screen from Microsoft and Mitsubishi lets people enter data from both sides of a handheld device.
Novel pixel arrangement and a dynamic backlight could save power.