No, we don't mean iPad apps. For all the fun of getting your BBC News headlines on the bus on your phone or tablet PC, there's something about the feeling of a big, light, wafer-thin newspaper. But paper, that's so 1990s...
Enter Samsung. The Korean electronics giant wowed the world earlier this year with the demo of a flexible e-ink screen, a 19-inch newspaper-like piece of super-thin plastic with high-res, high-contrast, easy-to-read text just like that on a Kindle.
At the time many thought it was just a showy demo that'd never become a product - classic 'vapourware.' But Samsung's reportedly putting the screen, all 19 inches of it, is going into production!
Don't get too excited - as Engadget point out, by the time you've built an actual functioning e-reader around this screen, it'll be heavier and less flexible. Still, it looks like a pleasingly Jetsons-like slice of the future will be with us in one form or another pretty soon.