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2006-07-04 Touchscreen has noncontact sensing, fingerprint reading
Motion Computing's LS800 is a slate PC built around a central design teneta pen-input screen. This article examines how this technology works.
2009-10-15 Touchscreen controller promises accurate navigation
Avago's multi-touch, capacitive touchscreen controller offers accurate, responsive and fluid on-screen navigation.
2011-10-01 Touchless gesturing paves way for innovative designs
Learn how and why multiaxis infrared proximity sensing is capable of driving the next generation of user interfaces.
2012-10-05 ST pushes for wireless MEMS
A system-in-package approach to MEMS ll yield wireless MEMS components by the end of 2013 and could see integration of gas sensors in environmental MEMS in 2014.
2007-07-03 South Korea first to dial Motorola's iPhone challenger
Under pressure from the Apple iPhone and Nokia's claims of cellphone market share gains, Motorola launched its hoped-for savior phone, the Razr2, in Korea this week.
2011-03-24 Solid-state lighting poised to take off
While experts believe LEDs will remain the dominant SSL technology until 2020, they insist the rate of SSL adoption will still depend on how soon the cost of ownership can be reduced.
2012-05-28 Sharp moves LCD tech to Foxconn
Sharp Corp. will transfer the company's advanced, small-to-medium LCD panel technology to a Hon Hai fabcurrently under constructionin China's Sichuan province.
2013-07-17 Saving embedded PCB design with forensic tech
Find out how forensics inspections can alleviate OEM concerns over maintaining high reliability for their systems and sub-systems.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2013-07-03 Researchers embed RFID in fibre composites
Fraunhofer Institute researchers found a way to embed antennas capable of transmitting radio waves in fibre composites, turning components into intelligent objects.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2013-02-07 Project plans to bring flexible OLEDs to market by 2019
The Flex-o-Fab project will project will create a pilot-scale manufacturing chain for flexible OLEDs and use it to develop reliable fabrication and production processes.
2016-02-01 Preventing common MEMS failure mechanisms
The first step in ensuring MEMS reliability is to avoid common pitfalls during the design and process development phase to assure a stronger and more reliable part-upon-marketplace introduction.
2014-09-17 Pico-projectors: Lemoptix enters the picture
Lemoptix has designed what it calls the world's smallest optical engine that works to despeckle displays, removing overly sharp pixels surrounded by obvious circles of black.
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.
2014-05-26 Novel technique produces graphene on non-metal substrates
The process uses CVD to sandwich a nickel film with graphene layers. The nickel film can be peeled away, leaving graphene on top of the non-metal substrate.
2014-09-08 Novel micropumps cut cost for lab-on-a-chip disease diagnosis
Researchers at Penn State demonstrated an acoustofluidic pump powered by a piezoelectric transducer that could make the diagnosis of many global life-threatening diseases easy and affordable.
2006-08-07 NI brings CAD designs to motion in minutes
National Instruments recently released NI Motion Assistant 2.0, the latest version of the interactive software for prototyping single- and multi-axis motion control systems.
2010-12-13 NanoBattery tips programmable triggering
mPhase Technologies Inc. has prototyped a MEMS-based multi-cell reserve battery that has very long shelf life.
2014-12-04 MEMS mics find niche in new applications
MEMS microphones are growing like gangbusters, because engineers have found a whole bunch of applications that can use them as a substitute for more specialised sensors starting in 2015.
2014-03-20 MEMS combo sensor market rides sustained uptrend
Global revenue for combo sensors will reach a projected $608.2 million this year with a boost from six- and nine-axis IMUs, spurred by mobile devices and wearable electronics, according to IHS.
2013-07-31 Maintaining good touchscreen user experience
As capacitive touchscreens become bigger in size, developers must consider multiple design choices affecting power consumption.
2013-01-29 Lumia not lifting Nokia high enough
Nokia's volumes of Lumia were constrained by supply shortages, which have continued into the first quarter of 2013.
2012-11-19 Light and proximity sensor: 2-in-1 vs 3-in-1
Here's an examination of the trade-offs associated with using a 2-in-1 device versus a 3-in-1 device.
2006-08-16 LCD tech widens visibility angle
Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corp. has developed Photo Fine Vistarich, a new technology for widening the viewing angle of LCD panels.
2009-10-29 Laser driver fits pico projectors in tiny CE apps
Embedded pico projectors will transform how consumer electronics present multimedia by enabling the display of video onto walls.
2012-02-06 Large LCD TVs to gain from wider adoption
The market saw a rapid shift toward sizes larger than 40in at the end of 2011, increasing forecasted demand for 40in+ LCD TVs from 2013-2018.
2007-06-20 iPhone springs 8hr-talk-time surprise
Users of the upcoming iPhone can expect to get 8hrs of talk time from the much-awaited gadget, 3hrs more than what Apple announced during its January launch.
2008-04-18 iPhone consumer appeal reshapes embedded design
The success of iPhone is influencing engineers to reconsider the way consumers use electronic devices, and in turn this reconsideration has shifted design emphasis away from hardware embedded in a device and toward software that enables applications and defines the user interface.
2014-12-11 IoT sees more action in 2015
Companies are always looking for ways to drive business transformation, and many are now realising that the Internet of Things can help them deliver against these goals.
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