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Smart tag lets you print electronics on plastic

ThinFilm Electronics says it has assembled the pieces for a simple printed-on-plastic computing device with processing power, memory, and display that will enable "smart objects" and an Internet of things.

By January 23, 2012

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New materials promise ultra-low-power computing

UC Berkeley researchers unveil materials that could potentially reduce the amount of voltage required for a CPU to operate, paving the way for ultra-low-power computing.

By September 12, 2011

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A peek into Fujitsu's future

Colored e-paper, waterproof RFID tags and vein-pattern readers are among the products touted at company's tech forum. Photos: Fujitsu peers into the future

By March 19, 2007

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TV chip company gets $19 million

Scotland's CRLO Displays, which specializes in a type of LCOS chip for large-screen projection TVs, nabs funding.

By September 24, 2004

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Canon takes second shot at LCDs

Despite its initial failure in the mid-1990s, the company hopes to succeed in the flat-panel display market on its second try.

April 13, 2004

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A flash in the pan?

CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos examines the prospects for Ovonics Unified Memory, a new kind of flash memory that could hit the market sometime toward the end of the decade.

By April 3, 2003

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Flash forward

Flash memory chips will soon hit a size barrier, say engineers. With a billion-dollar market at stake, the chip industry's working to come up with a successor.

March 27, 2003

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Wanted: Successor to flash memory

In San Francisco this week, researchers are contemplating a new technology to replace the removable memory being built into millions of consumer devices.

By December 10, 2002

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Intel attempts giant boost in handheld memory

The chipmaker is betting that consumers want handheld computers stuffed with 500MB of memory, a large jump from the 2MB to 64MB of flash memory in current handhelds.

By July 11, 2001