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Adj.1.Bendable - capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breakingbendable - capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking; "a flexible wire"; "a pliant young tree"
flexile, flexible - able to flex; able to bend easily; "slim flexible birches"
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The company is placing pressure-sensitive sensors underneath the bendable screen, so that the feature could determine the bending configuration of the device.
The Galaxy Note series is about to get a fresh new look, as reports claim that Samsung may introduce a bendable phone in 2018.
To recall, Samsung had showcased its flexible, bendable YOUM OLED displays back at CES 2013, but the company never launched a single product which sported the same.
Freezing lithium batteries could make them bendable, safer and longer-lasting for use in flexible smartphones.
Engadget reports that Samsung and LG are making plans for launching bendable smartphones later in the year.
According to Allergan and Medicines360, the new inserter includes: an ergonomic design allowing for single-handed insertion that can be used with either hand, a bendable tube to accommodate the anatomy of the patient during insertion, and the ability to reload the device if needed before insertion.
Bendable Bioplatform for Electrically stimulated Neuronal Differentiation
To solve the issue of contorted, clawedhand application, Lancome has come up with - wait for it - the world's first bendable liner.
Then to solve the issue of contorted, clawed-hand application, Lancome has come up with - wait for it - the world's first bendable liner.
Moxi Group, a Chinese start-up is gearing up to sell the world's first bendable smartphones this year, in what seems like an upstaging of Samsung Electronics that had already started dabbling in flexible-screen technology, according to a Bloomberg report.
The CIC congratulates University of Ottawa researchers and 2015 Polanyi Prize recipients Benoit Lessard of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Adam Shuhendler of the Department of Chemistry for their work on the new generation of bendable, smart, highly specific and tunable organic electronic sensors and the examination of therapy responses to common diseases using a personalized approach to the study of treatment.
These narrow, lightweight probes are offered in a combination of flexible PFA insulation and bendable stainless steel.