Looking for an e-book reader? You have more choices than ever before--though the number of models we
After a long delay and reports of its demise, Qualcomm's promising Mirasol display technology finally finds its way into an actual shipping product: Korea's Kyobo e-reader.
Is there room for yet another smartwatch? The Qualcomm Toq tries to demonstrate how new screen technology could help extend battery life.
A feature about Barnes & Noble in The New York Times mentions the pending arrival of a fifth Nook device this spring.
A new e-reader using Qualcomm's highly anticipated Mirasol color display, which is viewable in direct sunlight, will be available in China in February.
There's a lot of buzz about Mirasol's reflective color display technology. But the company has yet to announce an actual product and some say we might not see one until next year.
An up-close look at screen technology that tries to marry the battery life and easy reading of E-Ink with the video and color of traditional displays.
Wondering what's on tap for e-readers in 2011? Here's a preview of what we expect to see at CES 2011 in Las Vegas in January.
After delays, Qualcomm's power-efficient color display technology is edging closer to market.
According to Digitimes, the company is gearing up for a new facility to crank out its color, video-playing e-reader screens.
The San Diego wireless chipmaker will sell the device for about $300, but what Qualcomm really wants is for partners to use its mirasol screen technology.