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Old 03-29-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Flexible Display: On Its Way to Your Next Phone or Tablet. Or Maybe Not.

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We’ve all heard about flexible displays coming…coming…coming—but where are they? Rollable and foldable displays could create more possibilities for developers, who could create software to take advantage of dynamically reconfigurable screens. Do technical hurdles make these devices a mirage, or are they really on the horizon, and if so, what’s the ETA? Here’s a (flexible) look into the future.



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