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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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2011-09-15 Upcoming Windows OS supports ARM, x86
Microsoft's Windows 8 touts compatibility with various processors that include Snapdragon, OMAP and Tegra.
2014-09-24 Unwanted plus: Bigger iPhone 6 pricier to buy than to build
With an 0.8-inch display size advantage over the smaller model, iPhone 6 Plus costs $100 extra for consumers. For Apple, however, the difference only amounts to a matter of $16, with a BOM that totals $215.6a pricing strategy that drives maximum profits.
2013-02-21 Ultrabook, ultrathin to gain threefold market share increase
This year, Ultrabooks and other ultrathin PCs will triple their penetration of the notebook market as their pricing comes down and consumers warm to the flashy convertible form factor, said IHS.
2011-07-29 Transparent conductor market to top $6.9B by 2016
According to NanoMarkets, LCD industry will boost the market for transparent conducting oxides, polymers and nanomaterials used in display and photovoltaics.
2013-02-28 Transform smartphone design into POS terminal
Know how to design a low-cost POS equipment with numerous value-added features.
2010-01-22 Touchscreen revenues break $3.4B by 2014
NanoMarkets LC forecasts that revenues from touchscreen displays are expected to grow from $2.2 billion in 2010 to $3.4 billion in 2014.
2012-02-23 Touchscreen controller integrates 12bit SAR ADC
The KTF7793 from ICdidik LAB features complete on board switches that have very low on resistance allowing for direct driving of resistive touchscreens.
2005-01-31 Toshiba, Celoxica boost C-based SoC design
Combining electronic system level (ESL) design with a platform-based system-on-chip (SoC) solution, Toshiba Corp. and Celoxica Ltd announced Thursday (Jan. 27) a design flow for Toshiba's Media Embedded Processor (MeP) platform based on Celoxica's DK Design Suite of C-based synthesis tools.
2011-03-07 TI video processors offer thrice HD performance
Texas Instruments' TMS320DM8168 and TMS320DM8148 DaVinci digital media processors offer 1,080p60 fps video streams, display and analytics capabilities for life-like video communications.
2008-07-24 TI DSP, processor lines address power budget needs
Texas Instruments Inc. introduced its breakthrough low-power processor roadmap with more than 15 new devices across four product lines.
2012-11-05 TI boasts of low-cost tablet
TI's eTab could cost half the price of an Apple iPad Mini or Kindle Fire with a bill of materials estimated at $70.
2008-04-16 The redefinition of automotive HMI
Human machine interfaces (HMIs) traditionally consist of multiple systems which allow drivers to interact with their vehicle. In today's automotive designs, the HMI also displays any feedback from the vehicle to the driver.
2008-05-23 TFT LCD modules add Lua scripting function
EarthLCD has integrated Lua scripting language capabilities into the ezLCD-10X series of programmable color TFT-LCD modules.
2013-11-05 Teardown: iPad Air's A7 faster at 1.4GHz
Early teardowns of the iPad Air from Chipworks and iFixit point to a relatively faster A7 processor and a host of components similar to those found in previous generations.
2008-11-13 Teardown reveals Android phone BOM cost
A virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli Corp. estimates that the BOM cost of T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google Inc.'s Android mobile OS, reached $143.89.
2012-08-29 Teardown noted better margin for Galaxy Note 10.1 than iPad
IHS stated that the Galaxy Note 10.1 could deliver a better margin than iPad if Samsung can maintain its target selling prices.
2013-08-15 Tablet, cell phone processors to record $61.0B in 2013
Due to strong demand for tablet computers and cell phones that connect to the Internet, worldwide microprocessor sales are forecast to rise by 8 per cent and will hit a record high $61 billion.
2013-06-20 Tablet IC sales to rise, PC IC sales to fall
IC Insights said combined IC sales for standard PCs, tablets and new cloud-computing portables are forecast to reach $77.6 billion in 2013 compared to $74.9 billion in 2012.
2010-09-09 System on module marries Da Vinci DM3730 with 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8
Direct Insight crams fast processor with 720p video into single module
2011-03-22 Supply chain disruptions seen for iPad 2
Since the iPad 2 uses several Japan-made components, logistical issues hounding quake-affected Japanese firms could impact delivery of these components.
2015-09-24 Streamlining interconnections for compact designs
One challenge associated with the latest trends is the need to simplify the electronic interfaces that interconnect device chipsets and peripheral components. Find out how to address this.
2007-04-11 Starter kit eases multimedia device development
To streamline the development of wireless/multimedia devices based on TI's OMAP2430 application processor, real-time embedded solutions provider Mistral Software unveiled the OMAP2430 Starter Kit.
2012-02-22 ST expands smart reset IC for frozen gadgets
The STM6519 and STM6524 are engineered to reset 'frozen' devices that include mobile phones, media players and other portable consumer devices.
2006-09-11 Spectrum analyzers address explosion of digital RF apps
Tektronix has announced a series of real-time spectrum analyzers that promises a combination of real-time performance, capture bandwidth and dynamic range to meet the needs of a broad range of cutting-edge digital RF applications.
2010-01-18 South Korea boosts drive for greener electronics
With all the industries fighting for product differentiation and the next killer applications, low power consumption and green technology, regardless of industries, are likely to be the continuing motto in 2010.
2009-08-27 Smart phones fire up Japan mobile market
Japan's mobile industry is now focused on the increasingly popular smart phone segment, which is experiencing a meteoric rise in take-up and will continue to drive and grow the wireless industry.
2013-02-07 Smart devices to thrive in 2013, says analyst
TrendForce forecasts further growth in TV displays, LED penetration, tablet market, NFC technology and smartphones boasting large displays and resolution.
2014-11-18 Smart bracelet combines beauty with intelligence
Engineered by Intel and designed by Opening Ceremony, MICA is a fashionable and smart bracelet that provides access to text messages, Yelp, Gmail notices, Facebook events and Google Calendar.
2013-04-12 SMARC Starterkit boasts wide processor selection
Kontron's SMARC Starterkit designs aim to fulfil the demand for a compact Computer-on-Module with a standardised feature set and low-power consumption of only a few watts.
2010-11-26 Single-chip PROFIBUS solution cuts a third off power use and cost
TI has just announced its AM1810 Sitara ARM microprocessor, a single-chip ARM9 solution with an integrated PROFIBUS interface. This low-power chip does away with an external PROFIBUS, ASIC or FPGA, saving development time while enhancing system performance.
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