UniPixel (UNXL) +17% after announcing a partnership with a "major touchscreen ecosystem partner"...

UniPixel (UNXL) +17% after announcing a partnership with a "major touchscreen ecosystem partner" to develop/produce touchscreens using its UniBoss touch sensor film. A "preferred price and capacity license" has been given to the partner, which will use it to create 1M square feet/month of capacity, bringing the total "license capacity" for UniBoss to 2M square feet/month. UniPixel adds it has received an initial $5M payment from its existing PC OEM licensee, which it will recognize in Q1 results.

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  • patt2374
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    yes- congrats all around. HONEST MONEY MADE OFF OF DUE DILIGENCE & HARD WORK...............


    NOW- Is there not one person who wants to know who is this "major touchscreen ecosystem partner" ?


    Smells to me like a South Korean fishing ship who's ice maker broke down in Icelandic fishing waters.


    Here is a novel idea - why doesn't SEEKING ALPHA pay someone more then 10 BUCKS TO FIND OUT WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON?
    8 Apr 2013, 09:46 AM Reply Like
  • InvestorDaliy
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    Wowe one partner, big deal, company never made a dime, going to crash like hindenburg
    9 Apr 2013, 10:01 AM Reply Like
  • Seankom
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    I heard from an annoymous source in japan that samsung is very interested in integrating unipixel technologies into their future upcoming phones. This could be the huge announcement they are waiting to release while ceos buy up all the low priced unxl stocls
    9 Apr 2013, 03:41 PM Reply Like
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