New Foldable Display technology is robust enough for production.
Foldable displays have been exhibited by manufactures since years. It would be the ideal solution to carry around larger displays. A new research report highlighted by PhysOrg gives hope that foldable displays are getting ready for commercial use.
The developed AMOLEDdisplay can be folded over 100,000 times without showing any crease. The displays' folding radius is only 1mm. Apparently there is a slight reduction of brightness in the folding area after the 100,000 folds, but unnoticeable to the human eye.
So now that is done, let's have Apple build us a foldable iPad.
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Pittsburgh Steelers Reactivate James Harrison
The Pittsburgh Steelers reactivated recently-retired linebacker James Harrison after they lost three defensive starters during the Sunday Night Football Game against the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 21.
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