7 news items tagged Bridgestone
Bridgestone, Delta to quit e-paper marketThursday 17 May 2012
Bridgestone announced on May 15 plans to stop producing all e-paper products in October 2012. Delta Electronics, Bridgestone's partner in e-paper products, indicated that Bridgestone...
CES 2011: Delta to showcase color e-paper applicationsThursday 6 January 2011
Delta Electronics will showcase a full range of color electronic paper (e-paper) applications at the CES 2011. The new color e-paper applications were jointly developed by Delta and...
Delta announces cooperation with BridgestoneWednesday 10 November 2010
Delta Electronics has announced a partnership with Japan-based Bridgestone to develop applications and products for e-paper.
Finetech Japan 2010: Exhibitors showcase latest 3D, e-paper technologiesMonday 19 April 2010
Color e-paper and 3D glasses-free display products were a major attraction at the just concluded Finetech Japan 2010 in Tokyo.
Delta to expand e-paper product linesFriday 11 December 2009
Taiwan-based Delta Electronics plans to broaden its e-paper business into not only the e-book reader and e-tag markets, but also to applications such as highway billboards, according...
E-paper display revenues to exceed US$9 billion by 2018, says DisplaySearchThursday 27 August 2009
The global e-paper display market will grow to 1.8 billion units and US$9.6 billion in revenues in 2018, from 22 million units and US$431 million in revenues in 2009, for a CAGR (compound...
Electronic reading device shipments may reach 3.5-3.8 million units in 2009Thursday 9 April 2009
Global shipments of electronic reading devices are estimated to reach 3.5-3.8 million units this year as makers and vendors aggressively make their way into the market, according...
Finetech Japan 2010: Bridgestone 13.1-inch touchscreen color e-paper
Photo: Jessie Lin, Digitimes, Tuesday 20 April 2010
Delta E-paper with Bridgestone QR-LPD technology
Photo: Company, Thursday 28 August 2008
Finetech Japan 2008: Bridgestone 4-inch flexible color e-paper
Photo: Digitimes, Monday 21 April 2008