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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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2010-10-13 Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
2012-08-21 WiFi Direct, Miracast challenge Apple's AirPlay
WiFi Direct supports peer-to-peer connections between WiFi devices, while Miracast (WiFi Display) supports display of video content from tablets, smartphones and other devices to the TV.
2015-07-14 Why the Apple Watch won me over
Amid the barrage of attacks directed towards the Apple Watch, one blogger intends to set things straight to put things in perspective as regards the smartwatch from Apple.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2007-06-11 Via goes pocket size, super portable
Via targets the ultramobile market with the blueprint rollout of its super-small PCB and NanoBook mini laptop.
2006-01-13 Unique form-factor Windows-based digital scopes debut
LeCroy now offers a line of Windows-based digital oscilloscopes that are claimed to eliminate tradeoffs between performance, display size and bench footprint.
2010-03-26 Understanding key specs in reliable capacitive touchscreens
This article explores key touchscreen performance parameters, critical touchscreen design features, significant design trade-offs and key issues product designers must consider when choosing their touchscreen.
2012-10-03 Ultrabook sales fall short of expectations
Amid high pricing and a lack of effective marketing, IHS cut ultrabook shipments from 22 million units early this year to just 10.3 million for 2012.
2007-07-16 Touchscreens, 3D, OLEDs drive new displays
The Society for Information Display (SID) conference played host to the upcoming technologies driving the display market.
2009-09-14 Touchscreen controllers fit 10-inch screens
Atmel's new touchscreen technology offers full zoom, rotate, handwriting and shape recognition functionality.
2013-05-30 Touchscreen controller improves gloved finger tracking
Gen4 utilises Cyprus' patented ability to execute both self-capacitance and mutual-capacitance measurements in the same device, enabling glove tracking, stylus support, and face detection features.
2008-10-28 Touchscreen controller ICs detect simultaneous taps
Atmel Corp. has unveiled its new line of charge-transfer, capacitive touchscreen controller ICs targeted at some of the highest growth areas of the electronics market, such as mobile phones and other personal electronics.
2013-05-30 ToF measurements pave the way for user-interaction
Discover how time-of-flight measurements open up user-interaction scenarios.
2008-06-17 TI, Qualcomm set to dominate MID sector
The market for integrated circuits for inclusion in mobile Internet devices is set to grow from $29 million in 2008 to $2.6 billion in 2012, with Texas Instruments and Qualcomm as leading suppliers of silicon, according to Forward Concepts.
2002-04-24 TI touchscreen controllers have built-in processing units
Designed to address the needs of handheld computing applications, the TCS2000 and TSC2200 programmable analog interface circuits from Texas Instruments Inc. feature built-in processing units that allow them to perform touchscreen processing tasks without microprocessor interaction.
2011-06-30 TI keen on dominating analog arena
TI seems determined to grow even larger, specifically by exploring new markets, dominating in existing markets, and defining the terms and field of the competitive battle that rages in the IC business.
2009-03-20 TI exec weighs in on iPhone, future smart phones
The next-generation smart phone will project high-definition movies, replace digital still cameras, pack more than 100Gbyte memory and be easy to use. That was the prediction of Marcelo Vieira, general manager of the smart phone business at Texas Instruments Inc.
2013-10-24 Thinner iPad sports bigger Retina display, 64bit A7
Apple releases slimmer iPad with power-efficient 64bit A7 processor, slimmer body and bigger Retina display.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2007-11-27 TFT-LCD notebook panel is dirt-resistant
LG.Philips LCD has developed a dirt-resistant 15.4-inch TFT-LCD panel for notebooks, which allows for easy removal of dust, smudges, fingerprints and even permanent ink.
2006-06-07 TFT LCD module targets portable terminal apps
NEC will begin shipping samples of its new TFT LCD module for next-gen portable terminal apps this month.
2011-09-01 Tektronix, R&S to exhibit new wares at ESC
Tektronix and Rohde & Scahwarz will be exhibiting their oscilloscope and enhanced digital trigger scope, respectively, in the upcoming ESC event in Boston.
2010-09-16 Tech museum unveils revolutionary Silicon Valley innovations
The Tech Museum has just unveiled its most ambitious exhibition yetthe 3,000-sq. ft. Tech Silicon Valley Innovation Gallery.
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.
2013-04-30 Taking apart Samsung's Galaxy S4
A photo gallery of the Samsung Galaxy S4 teardown conducted by UBM TechInsights' Allan Yogasingam.
2010-05-14 Take a peek inside Apple's A4 processor
UBM TechInsights has analyzed the iPad and the A4 to establish some facts about the product and the processor.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2007-07-10 Taiwan firm behind iPhone's touchscreen
A closer look reveals that Balda's Taiwan-based partner, TPK Holding, is behind the touchscreen module Balda supplied to Apple for use in the iPhone.
2008-12-15 Study: it's a touchscreen world for mobile phones
According to ABI Research, the most important single factor supporting the continued use of resistive screens is the huge opportunity in the Asian market and its need for screens that support handwriting recognition input with a stylus.
2013-11-14 Starter kit for embedded MPUs targets low cost HMI apps
With 10MB of on chip SRAM, the RZ/A1 device family aims to meet the requirements of the GUI developer, as it is able to drive screens up to XGA size without the need for external RAM.
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