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What is a touch-screen?
A touch-screen (or touchscreen) It is an input device over the display that is used to simplify user input and response. The user touches the screen rather than a keyboard, keypad, or mouse to control the output.
A number of technologies are available to implement touch-screens, the most common being resistive, capacitive and surface acoustic wave (SAW) systems.
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2009-06-04 Media phone buzz hits Computex
ARC International is pushing media phones at this year's Computex, adding fuel to a heavily charged level of hype and excitement at one of the largest high-tech trade shows in Asia
2010-12-24 MDP leverages Snapdragon for Android apps
The mobile development platform, based on Qualcomm's MSM8655-based Snapdragon chipset, aims to speed the creation of Android applications
2011-12-06 MCUs target industrial automation designs
The Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 MPUs deliver from 275-720MHz and power dissipation levels below 7mW.
2005-03-28 MCUs decode up to 30fps
Operating at clock speeds of 250MHz and 266MHz respectively, the ARM9-based MCUs from Sharp Microelectronics provide the extra boost in performance that's now needed to support portable media players.
2010-07-28 MCU-equipped PMIC targets portable consumer apps
Integrated Device Technology Inc. launches a CPU-equipped power management IC (PMIC) that can manage all on-chip resources and offload general housekeeping and I/O tasks from the application processor.
2002-05-15 Maxim touchscreen controllers withstand 115kV ESD
The MXB7843 and MXB7846 4-wire touchscreen controllers from Maxim Integrated Products are ESD-protected up to 18kV contact discharge and 115kV air gap discharge, eliminating the need for external transient-voltage suppression or absorption devices.
2011-03-01 Maxim jumps on digital power bandwagon
Maxim's InTune digital power technology performs an automatic compensation routine based on measured parameters, enabling the construction of an internal mathematical model of the power supply.
2014-04-08 Marvell exec says hardware to drive next industry revolution
Peter Hoddie said hardware is triggering the next revolution, citing the industrywide movement revolving around Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, PCduino and other dev't boards, including Kinoma Create.
2011-09-29 Market for non-ITO TCOs to top $925M in 2016
NanoMarkets believes that TCOs can be used in thin-film transistor channels such as in AMOLED displays.
2013-07-31 Maintaining good touchscreen user experience
As capacitive touchscreens become bigger in size, developers must consider multiple design choices affecting power consumption.
2006-11-02 Low-power DSP operates at 108MHz
The new low-power DSP operates from Texas Instruments operates at 108MHz and features 128Kbytes of on-chip memory and a full-speed USB 2.0 interface.
2012-12-14 Low-cost parts to pave way for tablets under $150
TrendForce highlighted how Google and Amazon resort to advertising costs and other means to make up for their tablets' low prices as a result of replacing tablet key components.
2013-02-12 Low panel supply hurt ultra-slim PC availability
NPD DisplaySearch forecasted that the ultra-slim PC market will reach 44.2 million unit shipments worldwide in 2013, making up 21.4 per cent of the notebook market.
2013-08-01 Light sensors projected to reap double-digit growth
Driven by Apple and Samsung, revenue for the sensors is forecast to reach $782.2 million this year, up 41 per cent from $555.1 million in 2012, according to IHS.
2004-03-31 LeCroy oscilloscope offers high sample rate, long capture time
LeCroy has conducted interviews with more than 50 of its customers that resulted in the development of its new line of WaveSurfer digital oscilloscopes.
2007-11-20 Leadis exec discusses class G technology
Leadis Technology's Jim Hauer, senior director for new business development, recently spoke with Vivek Nanda, EE Times-India editor, about the company's new class-G amplifier technology and product road map.
2013-11-04 IXYS releases 450A high-power laser diode driver
The PCX-7500 claims to provide precision pulsed current with accurate microprocessor-based digital power control.
2014-11-12 Is BlackBerry ripe for expansion in China?
After watching its fortune go from bad to worse, the Canada-based handset maker is now returning to a firmer financial footing and now exploring partnerships with Xiaomi and Lenovo to expand its presence in the world's largest smartphone market.
2005-03-25 IR device adds remote control to cellphones
Agilent said it has developed the smallest, lowest-power IR transceiver that enables mobile phones and PDAs to function as universal IR remote controls.
2007-05-21 iPhone gets green light from FCC
The path is clear for the debut of iPhone next month after receiving a passing grade from the U.S. FCC.
2012-09-13 iPhone 5 makes grand debut
Apple unveiled the latest models of its iPhone and iPod brands with much fanfare.
2010-09-01 iPhone 4 takes consumer handhelds to 9 degrees of freedom
Chipworks looks under the hood of the iPhone 4 to reveal the first portable consumer device featuring full nine degrees-of-freedom (9-DoF) inertial sensing. It integrates an accelerometer and gyroscope from ST and an electronic compass from AKM.
2008-07-15 iPhone 3G still packs some surprises
Aside from some very surprising component choices in key parts of the upgraded communications section, the old adage 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' has clearly shaped the design of the iPhone 3G.
2008-11-11 Intel tries its hand at home health care market
Intel on Monday formally took the wraps off its own branded home health care monitoring device and accompanying services package.
2007-04-20 Intel to boost performance of mobile PCs
Intel has outlined its plans into next year for its mobile platform, which promises to boost performance and energy efficiency in notebooks and other Internet-connected devices.
2010-06-11 Intel invests in multimedia touchscreen firm
Multimedia touchscreen devices provider OpenPeak Inc. has secured additional $52 million of financing from existing investors and Intel Capital.
2005-03-08 Intel debuts concept PCs, flash memories for cell phones
Banking on advances in broadband capabilities and applications, Intel Corp. on Wednesday (March 2) unwrapped a series of mobile "concept" PCs it believes will help drive its platforms and quench the market's thirst for on-the-go content.
2006-10-12 Imsys makes three versions of reconfigurable MPU available
Imsys used the re-configurability of its IM3000.x microprocessor architecture to develop three new versions optimized for different wired and wireless network apps.
2012-01-24 IHS: Nokia Lumia 900 brings Windows Phone back to life
The Lumia 900 is also expected to re-establish Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Phone as a leading contender in the cellphone operating business, says IHS.
2010-01-12 IC firms wait to ride Apple tablet wave
Rumors are rampant that Apple will soon launch a mobile tablet computer, with many saying it will happen later this month and much of the buzz out of the CES is about devices that adopt the tablet.
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