In the wake of Evernote fridges and performance art keynotes, The “bendable screen” Samsung debuted today is one of the most consumer-friendly advents of this week’s CES. From Ad Age: “Brian Berkeley, senior VP for Samsung’s display lab, demonstrated bending the thin piece of plastic, which has been given the brand name ‘Youm,’ and how it might work in a tablet by forming a curved edge that could display incoming texts or emails even when a device is closed. A video depicted a tablet that could be folded into a phone.” OK, that sounds pretty cool. You win, CES. [Source: Ad Age]