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French display company Nemoptic reportedly goes bankrupt

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Remember that dual-mode OLED / Binem display from yesterday? Well, then you might want to hang onto those memories, as the company behind it has apparently now gone bankrupt. While there's no official word from the company itself, French website Actualitte is reporting that the company, Nemoptic, was more than three million euros in debt and has been unable to find a buyer to bail it out. Of course, there's always a chance that another company could now swoop in and pick up Nemoptic's IP now that it's in receivership, though there's obviously no guarantees.

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