How the next smartphone battleground is just a single atom thick
from Financial Post
Graphene is sort of like the high-tech version of cling wrap. It's a transparent material that conducts electricity so it can be stretched across glass surfaces of phones or tablets to make them into touch screens. It's ideal for futuristic gadgets like bendable smartwatches or tablets that fold up into smartphones. The potential has Samsung, Apple and Google amassing arsenals of graphene-related patents, in part because sales of so-called wearable computing devices is predicted to rise 14-fold in five years.
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