Yes, there's a question mark in that speculative headline, because this report comes via disreputable, hit and miss manufacturer news resource DigiTimes. But still. It occasionally gets a thing right, like a broken clock.
E-ink displays are great in sunlight, but useless in the dark. So with hopes of ridding the world of stupid reading lamps, this super thin film promises to add a front light to your e-reader without sacrificing its battery life.
Making the case for a wider adoption of e-ink technology, Phosphor has introduced the World Time Sport. It uses the backlight-free, low power display technology, but also eschews the buttons that would otherwise cramp its style.
The Kindle 3 was like the girl next-door: Maybe not the prettiest, but comfortable, smart, and simple. The new non-touch Kindle's the bitchy cheerleader; absolutely gorgeous but totally unaccommodating and uninterested in whether you're enjoying yourself.