E-Ink Can Make Tanks Invisible

In Tech Digest by Hannah Johnson

By Hannah Johnson You thought E-Ink was just for dedicated e-reading devices like the Kindle, but defense contractor BAE Systems has discovered another use: making tanks invisible on the battlefield. According to a report in the Telegraph, sensors on the outside of the tank will record and project a realtime image feed of the surrounding landscape back onto the tank’s …

For Digital Publishers and Device Manufacturers, CES 2011 Was All About the Deal

In Digital by Hannah Johnson

By Hannah Johnson LAS VEGAS: The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) concluded on Saturday with over 140,000 total visitors and 2,700 exhibitors representing a huge range of products and companies, from the largest technology giants like Microsoft and Sony to small startups — and now, media companies. Since its debut in 1967, the focus of CES has been on hardware. Well-known …