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The maker of the Readius--a strange-looking, if ambitious device--has reportedly gone out of business.
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.
As an e-book/newspaper/RSS reader, the Readius is an excellent proposition. As a mobile phone, it still needs a bit of work.
CNET News intern Mats Lewan talks to reporter Erica Ogg the day before Apple reports its third-quarter fiscal earnings.
CNET TV's Natali del Conte gives her read on Amazon's updated electronic-book reader, along with Sony's Reader and other alternatives.
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
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.
A wrap-up of the third day of GSMA Mobile World Congress 2008
Polymer Vision expects to launch the device this year.
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.