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Early 2011 will see printed memory devices in toys and printed sensors in packages used to ship drugs.
A new type of device could ultimately hold more data than flash memory.
The U.S. Army is evaluating full-color flexible displays that can be worn on the wrist.
Semiconductor equipment giant Applied Materials is trying to advance high-performance, flexible displays.
Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
Electronics printed on flexible glass could challenge LCDs in many devices.
A new way to mass-produce flexible OLED displays could mean affordable commercial products.
A new way to build microwire transistors could double flexible electronics speeds.
The first bendable, touch-screen display will be used by the military.
High-quality, clear graphene films are a leap toward bendable OLED displays.