"Smart" paper applications promise to astound

— 4:33 AM on January 21, 2004

This isn't the first time that we've talked about this technology, but digital screens that can fold like paper or "smart" papers have got to be one of the more exciting technologies to come around in years. Naturally, many commercial products remain years away, but there are some that are slated to appear later this year. Electronic books the size of DVD cases are among the first to incorporate this technology, but future applications are only limited by the human imagination.

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