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2002-03-20 Synaptics, Zytronic develop capacitive touchscreen system
Claimed to be resistant to moisture, heat, and vandalism, the TouchScreen capacitive touchscreen sensor system is designed for use in ATMs, Web phones, gaming machines, ticket dispensers, medical displays, industrial displays, and gas pump displays.
2002-07-01 Synaptics touchpad module integrates AuthenTec fingerprint sensor
Synaptics Inc. has introduced its Fingerprint TouchPad product, which integrates the company's TouchPad interface device with AuthenTec Inc.'s EntrePad AES3500 fingerprint sensor.
2002-02-01 Synaptics inks sales agreement with Bourns
Synaptics Inc. has entered into an agreement with Bourns Inc. in which Synaptics will assume responsibility for the sales and marketing of the Bourns resistive pointing stick product line.
2007-01-18 Synaptics capacitive sensing kit offers configurability
Synaptics Inc. unveiled OneTouch, a configurable solution that enables customers to develop custom interface designs for capacitive buttons and scrolling applications.
2014-05-29 Renesas advances sale of JV stake with Synaptics
The sale of the 55 per cent stake was previously considered by Apple, whose interest in the company anchored on what was believed to be the control over quality and cost in its supply chain.
2003-08-08 NXT audio solutions selected by Synaptics
NXT plc has licensed its flat panel loudspeaker technology, SurfaceSound, to Synaptics Inc.
2006-10-02 Fingerprint sensors secure portable systems
Growing demand for smaller and less power-hungry sensors has sparked a market for swipe-type sensorstwo of which are Fujitsu's silicon-based MBF320PBT-GE1and Synaptics' swipe touchpad solution.
2016-01-27 Fingerprint sensors remain on uphill climb through 2020
IHS said unit shipments of fingerprint sensors were expected to have grown from 316 million in 2014 to 499 million in 2015 and will continue to increase each year to peak at 1.6 billion in 2020.
2006-08-29 Capacitive sensor takes buttons off camera phone
In Samsung's SPH-V6800 Wi-Fi-enabled GSM camera phone, Synaptics has replaced a set of mechanical buttons with a capacitive sensor that controls the functions.
2007-03-01 Capacitive sensing done in OneTouch
Combining mixed-signal ASICs, tools and support, Synaptics Inc. unveiled its capacitive sensing technology as a comprehensive, configurable solution for an expanding market.
2010-07-30 Touchscreen touts accuracy, precise finger disambiguation
The new touchscreens from Synaptics can tell apart 10 simultaneous finger touches and complex multi-finger gestures, offering accuracy, low latency, high report rate and precise finger disambiguation.
2008-05-01 Touch sensors target transparent user interfaces
Synaptics has released its ClearTouch product portfolio ClearPad and ClearArray sensors for a wide range of consumer electronics that require transparent touch-sensitive user interfaces.
2010-07-31 test article
The new touchscreens from Synaptics can tell apart 10 simultaneous finger touches and complex multi-finger gestures, offering accuracy, low latency, high report rate and precise finger disambiguation.
2008-01-21 Solution adds 'gesture interface' to notebooks
Synaptics specializes in human interface solutions for mobile computing, communications and entertainment devices.
2010-01-13 Nexus One teardown reveals few surprises
A teardown analysis by iSuppli estimated Google Inc.'s Nexus One smart phone's BOM cost at $174.15, featuring chips from Qualcomm, Synaptics and Samsung Electronics, among others.
2008-01-29 Buttonless remote control commands digital home
Synaptics has introduced 'Boomerang,' a buttonless and keyless universal remote control concept designed as a command control center for all digital home entertainment.
2010-08-20 Blackberry Torch revealed to light of day
ISuppli opens up Research in Motion Inc.'s new Blackberry Torch and finds parts worth $171.05 from CSR, Synaptics, Samsung Electronics and Sandisk Corp., and others.
2011-01-28 What's in the cards for the chip industry?
Chip industry analysts make fearless forecasts for 2011, among them, M & A's, a structural shift between memory sub-sectors, a brighter semicap equipment outlook and the continued rise of LEDs.
2009-06-17 Touchscreens target PC market
The capacitive touchscreen and touch button controller segment is projected to hit 1.3 billion units by 2012, a 44 percent compounded annual growth rate, according to Gartner Inc.
2007-07-02 Tap capacitive sensor UI in next-gen CE devices
A more efficient and reliable alternative to resistive touchscreens is a thin, transparent, capacitive sensor touchscreen that embedded users can place over any viewable surface for input and navigation.
2008-04-22 Steps to reduce non-stationary mobile phone noise up to 25dB
Suppressing non-stationary noise brings substantial benefits to both subscribers and carriers. Users gain the freedom to speak and hear clearly wherever and whenever they want, enjoy increased privacy by being able to speak softly in noisy environments, and won't be asked to leave important conference calls
2009-02-10 Smart phones keep IC suppliers afloat
With the crisis bleeding out the electronics markets and suppliers, the relative strength of the smart phone market is helping some companies to keep their heads above water and propelling others to impressive growth.
2014-10-08 Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors?
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue.
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2014-08-11 Renesas works out EOL deals to survive the crunch
In the Japanese semiconductor firm's case, posting sales that reflected 4.9 per cent increase over the previous quarter is hardly a proof of its full recovery. Renesas' Hisao Sakuta said its most urgent task is to improve its gross profit rate, which requires negotiating end-of-line deals with customers.
2008-09-26 Qualcomm mobile chip powers first Android handset
Qualcomm may have secured its place inside the first Android cellphone but analysts believe that stiff competition from rival wireless chip vendors will follow on future handsets running the Google Inc.-backed OS.
2013-02-08 Peering under the BlackBerry Z10 hood
UBM TechInsights' Allan Yogasingam goes inside Blackberry's last, best hope for relevance in the smartphone market C the Z10.
2009-06-10 Palm Pre teardown intros new multitouch controller
A teardown of the Palm Inc.'s Palm Pre revealed few surprises, but left two intriguing questions unanswered.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays.
2007-09-24 iSuppli: Supplier shuffle marks new iPod nano
iSuppli Corp. reveals that Apple's latest iPod nano introduced this month is a completely new design, which resulted in significant cost reductions in design.
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