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2007-09-20 Renesas, Quantum partner on capacitive touch sensing
Renesas Technology and Quantum Research Group have announced they are collaborating on capacitive touch sensing solutions.
2013-03-13 Renesas leads OE automotive semiconductor pack
The original equipment automotive IC market grew 12 per cent last year with Reneses Electronics as the leading vendor.
2011-05-03 Q1 global handset shipments up 17%
Global handset shipments grew by 17 percent to reach 350 million units in the first quarter this year from 298 million units a year earlier, according to Strategy Analytics.
2008-10-16 Power in USB 2.0 Devices
More devices are doing more things. The best example of devices that have more functions are phones.
2012-06-13 Phablet shipments top 208 million by 2015
Market analyst ABI Research forecasts that phabletshybrid devices larger than smartphones but smaller than tabletswill become more popular as HTC, LG and Huawei begin to offer the devices in 2012.
2013-04-08 Peratech, CPI team up for reel to reel QTC print
Peratech is working on new ink formulations with CPI to enable QTC sensors and switches to be printed using industry standard processes for printed electronics.
2011-09-20 Peek into upcoming UI trends in handsets
Learn about the new features touted to elevate the quality of the user experience with a touchscreen device.
2012-02-21 P-cap tech opens new possibilities for ITO touch sensing
Zytronic has been able to develop a sensor series that combines the benefits of enhanced optics and volume manufacturing from ITO processing with a p-cap technology.
2014-12-26 Optical sensors provide touchless detection
The TMG399x devices from ams feature six key sensing functions such as gesture detection and Mobeam barcode emulation geared for smartphones, tablets and other consumer electronics.
2008-05-22 OLPC resumes 'Give One Get One' program
OLPC is resuming its 'Give One Get One' program, in which consumers will buy for $400 a rugged green-and-white computer and donate a second one to a child in a developing country, reported the Associated Press.
2010-12-13 Ocular LCD, Atmel collaborate on multi-touch panels
Atmel technology powers Ocular LCD's touch screen solutions
2008-04-28 Neonode IR touchscreen technology gets Japan patent
Swedish mobile communication company Neonode has announced that its optical touchscreen technology, zForce, has been granted a patent by the Japan Patent and Trademark Office.
2007-07-09 Mobile handset taps capacitive-touch sensing
While the capacitive sensor can be viewed as a drop-in replacement for handset buttons, this technology has more to offer than just being a stand-in for dome switches.
2011-06-09 Mobile apps downloads will reach 48B by 2015
According to In-Stat, download of mobile applications for smartphones are expected to reach 48 billion in 2015, due largely in part to the availability of touch screen interfaces on devices.
2009-04-17 Microchip seeks to 'elbow out' MCU rivals
Having failed to acquire Atmel Corp., Microchip Technology Inc. hopes to expand or "elbow out" its product linesand its rivalsamid a growing crisis in the MCU and overall IC supply chain.
2013-09-27 MEMS chips making waves across electronics sector
In the coming year, MEMS chips are poised to expand their reach into every electronics segment, from automotive to environmental to medical.
2012-02-17 MCUs come with dual supply voltage
The LPC1100LV can handle linear current consumption at low clock frequency while reducing system power.
2012-02-21 MCU touts 1.6?A deep sleep current, 5?s wake-up time
NXP's ARM Cortex-M0 LPC1100LV MCUs feature dual supply voltage of 1.65-1.95V VDD and 1.65-3.6V VIO.
2012-10-16 maXTouch controllers support gloved finger operation
Atmel's maXTouch controllers are support gloved finger operations and are ideal for in-car control systems using 7-inch displays.
2008-01-23 Market watchers see mixed signals in analog
The analog semiconductor market is positioned for a rebound this year, but not all analog vendors are expected to reap the benefits, according to various market watchers.
2009-02-24 LG handset taps TrueTouch solution
LG Electronics has selected Cypress Semiconductor Corp.'s TrueTouch touchscreen solution to implement a capacitive touchscreen interface in its new KS360 mobile handset.
2012-01-04 LCD maker promises OEMs lifetime supply
Kyocera recently bought Optrex Corp. and thus has expanded its acquisition of LCD and touchscreen suppliers.
2005-08-04 Kontron data server turns vehicles into mobile server centers
CVX, Kontron's next-generation mobile data server, is specially developed for use in public and private vehicles.
2007-06-07 iPhone hype heats up as launch nears
Speculation on whether Apple's iPhone can live up to its much-trumpeted features have gone on overdrive as the multimedia handset's release date nears.
2007-06-28 iPhone faces touchsceen supply glitches
A few days shy from the release of Apple's iPhone, reports stated that supply problems with touchscreen manufacturer Sharp caused Apple to reshuffle orders for the handset displays.
2008-11-05 Internet TV: Next attraction
Now, the pieces are being integrated to turn today's appealing flat-panel screens into full Internet clients.
2003-01-02 Infineon samples EDGE solution
Infineon Technologies AG has announced that it is sampling what the company claims to be the world's first fully featured Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) solution. The product allows end users to experience data transfer rates three times higher compared with GPRS systems.
2003-06-10 Infineon platform to support Siemens handsets
Infineon Technologies' S-GOLD family has been selected by Siemens to be used for the latter's next-gen multimedia-oriented GPRS and EDGE handsets.
2011-12-01 Incorporating M2M into smartphones
Read about leveraging the latest smartphone technology into a commodity M2M engine.
2012-07-10 In-car info overload raises concern over driver distraction
A study from Frost & Sullivan shows that the innovations in functionalities present in cars has led to the phenomena of driver distraction.
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