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on our Company’s revenue growth, profitability and earnings per share.” http://www.dynasilcorp.com

E Ink®

Corporation (E Ink Holdings Inc., 8069.TW), one of the leading developer and marketer of

electronic paper display technology, announced the Q2 release of its next generation display techno- logy, Pearl. With Pearl, E Ink expands the capabili- ties of reflective displays, bringing electronic paper performance to the next level. With the whitest reflective displays in the industry, and a contrast ratio now approximately 50% greater than today’s pro- ducts, text on Pearl “pops” from the page, enabling a reading experience most similar to reading text on printed paper.

“As the electronic reading market continues to ex- pand, there are more opportunities for expansion not only in the eBook space, but also for eNewspapers, eMagazines and eTextbooks,” according to Felix Ho Chairman of E Ink. “E Ink Pearl enables further ad- option with a next generation product that is a more lightweight and eco-friendly product than ordinary paper, with less eye strain and longer battery life than an LCD.”

“The use of electrophoretic displays for eBook readers is growing rapidly. DisplaySearch forecasts that the market value in 2010 will be $837 million, and will grow by 44 percent in 2011, reaching $1.2 billion,” according to Paul Semenza, senior vice president, DisplaySearch. “E Ink‘s new technology should continue to position them at the forefront of this market segment.” The E Ink Pearl design builds on the current gene- ration of Vizplex designs, which is used in millions

of eReader devices today. Due to a unique and proven two pigment system that is extremely stable, the current E Ink products in the market today have demonstrated long life and high reliability, enabling a whole new class of consumer products.

Founded in 1992 by Taiwan’s leading papermaking and printing group YFY (1907.TW), E Ink Holdings Inc. (8069.TW) is the pioneer TFT and ePaper busi- ness in Taiwan. The corporate philosophy has led to its continuous investments in the field of ePa- per display as well as its 2008 acquisition of Hydis Technologies, manufacturer of the world’s best wide viewing angle LCDs and its 2009 acquisition of E Ink Corp., the worldwide leader in ePaper. Listed in Taiwan’s OTC market and the Luxembourg market, E Ink is now the world’s largest supplier of displays to the eBook market. http://www.e-ink.com

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BM (NYSE: IBM) announced second-quarter 2010 diluted earnings of $2.61 per share compared with

diluted earnings of $2.32 per share in the second quarter of 2009, an increase of 13%. Second-quarter net income was $3.4 billion compared with $3.1 billion in the second quarter of 2009, an increase of 9%. Total revenues for the second quarter of 2010 of $23.7 billion increased 2% from the second quarter of 2009. The impact of changes in currency rates since IBM’s first-quarter earnings report in April red- uced revenue by approximately $500 million in the second quarter. http://www.ibm.com

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cynene Inc. (Icynene), the North American leader in open-cell spray foam technology, in- troduced ICYNENE ShelterShield™, an intumescent

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