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As an e-book/newspaper/RSS reader, the Readius is an excellent proposition. As a mobile phone, it still needs a bit of work.
The maker of the Readius--a strange-looking, if ambitious device--has reportedly gone out of business.
Polymer Vision is taking E Ink to rollable places with its Readius -- a device that rolls a 127mm (5-inch) screen into a compact form factor, making it far more portable than Sony's Reader
Such a device will respond according to the shape a user puts it in. Bending it to resemble a can will cause it to do a search for a bar or pub in the neighborhood, for example.
Polymer Vision expects to launch the device this year.
Polymer Vision's CEO says his foldable e-book device will revolutionize mobile devices and that we will soon be able to fold up a TV and put it in a pocket.
I've seen more mobile phones, mobile content and accessories at 3GSM than I will probably see for the rest of the year. If it rings then it's here.
CNET News intern Mats Lewan talks to reporter Erica Ogg the day before Apple reports its third-quarter fiscal earnings.
Telecom Italia and Polymer Vision have teamed up to develop what they say is the first mobile device with a rollable display.
A wrap-up of the third day of GSMA Mobile World Congress 2008