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Two recent developments—a plastic processor and printed memory—show that computing doesn’t have to rely on inflexible silicon.
Plastic Logic will make flexible polymer displays and launch its product in January.
Organic x-ray panels could bring down the cost of medical imaging.
Flexible sensors could give prosthetics and robots a more sensitive sense of touch.
Company will sell materials for making organic electronics using silicon manufacturing infrastructure.
Electronics that break down in the body could be useful in temporary medical implants and drug delivery.
The device processes only small amounts of data, but at a very low cost.
A startup’s printing equipment could make high-performance OLED televisions cheaper.
A new type of flash could be used in e-readers.