Monthly Archives: August 2015

Company that makes revolutionary wearable technology is quietly raising $40M. #WearableTech

Company that makes revolutionary wearable technology is quietly raising $40M
Boston Business Journal (blog)
MC10, a Cambridge-based company that makes wearable technology for athletic and cosmetic purposes, is quietly raising a $40 million investment round. The new investment round could put the company at about $100 million in total funding since its …

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Latest investor in wearable technology: the feds. #WearableTech

Latest investor in wearable technology: the feds
Techwire.net
The Pentagon is getting into the booming wearable tech business, announcing a $171 million public-private partnership Friday with Silicon Valley players to produce leading-edge products for both the consumer market and the battlefield. The Department

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Mitsubishi Chemical, Pioneer Develop Bluelight-Free #OLED Lighting Module. #OLED

Mitsubishi Chemical, Pioneer Develop Bluelight-Free OLED Lighting Module
LEDinside (press release) (registration)
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation and Pioneer Corporation announced that MCC and Pioneer have successfully developed the first bluelight-less OLED lighting module made with a wet coating process for the light-emitting layer, and will begin shipping …

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@EInk reports 2H15 performance. #ePaper

E Ink reports 2H15 performance
Digitimes
Amazon remained one of EIH's main customers throughout the quarter seeking E Ink Carta EPD technology for its New Kindle Paperwhite e-reader. EIH also benefited from new developments with Ueberall, an experiential design firm, in which the two have …

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Wearable Tech for the Animal Kingdom. #WearableTech

Wearable Tech for the Animal Kingdom
Tech Cocktail
Wearable technology, ranging from pacemakers to GPS devices to fitness trackers, have been utilized by people for many years now. However, a somewhat overlooked niche of the rapidly growing wearable technology market are the applications for the …

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Diversification Is A New Art for @EInk. #ePaper

Diversification Is A New Art for E ink
CTIMES
During Touch Taiwan 2015, held on August 26-28, Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall, a variety of E-paper related products was presented at E ink booth, an electronic paper and TFT LCD manufacture. Apart from an array of eReader, …

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New Kobo Touch 2.0 #ereader Available Now. #ePaper

New Kobo Touch 2.0 e-reader Available Now
Good E-Reader (blog)
Kobo has just quietly unveiled a brand new e-reader that is designed for people on a budget. The Kobo Touch 2.0 is …

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Kobo launches Kobo Touch 2.0 #eReader. #ePaper

Kobo launches Kobo Touch 2.0 eReader
Liliputing
Kobo hasn't added the new model to its website yet, but the new entry-level eReader is expected to replace the original Kobo Touch. The new eReader features a 6 inch E Ink Peal display. The screen is not illuminated: you'll need to opt for a more

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Sensors to enable $70B wearable technology market by 2025. #WearableTech

Sensors to enable $70B wearable technology market by 2025
Electronic Products & Technology
There will be over 3 billion sensors in wearable technology devices by 2025, with more than 30% being emerging sensor types, according to a recent IDTechEx Research report. Sensors are the most diverse component type in wearable devices, and they …

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