One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1An electronic version of a newspaper.
2A thin, usually flexible, display medium likened to paper but working electronically like a computer screen, and typically used with a stylus rather than a keyboard.
1960s; earliest use found in The Winnipeg Free Press. From electronic + paper.
electronic paper/ˌɛlɛkˌtrɒnɪk ˈpeɪpə//ˌɪlɛkˌtrɒnɪk ˈpeɪpə//ˌɛlɪkˌtrɒnɪk ˈpeɪpə/
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