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A new type of MEMS-based electronic paper for cell phones is fast enough to show video.
Photonic crystals are being used by a Toronto startup to create commercial devices that offer better color and resolution than other flexible displays.
HP is developing new materials for brighter low-power displays.
A new approach avoids flexible electronics.
E Ink is making color and video versions of its e-paper, but commercial products are a few years off.
Pixels containing ink reservoirs could lead to bright e-readers that look more like printed paper.