Imagine if through some warp in spacetime yourself of ten years ago appeared in your bedroom this morning. What would surprise her? The baby is now twelve, and you moved to a bigger house. That’s predictable. The technology looks no more futuristic. The cellphones are a little bigger, a few more cars run on electric power, but even of the most high-tech gadgets seem little different than they were a decade ago. (OK, if she looks very...
In the ruthlessly competitive smartphone market, the choice of display technology is one of the more important decisions that a manufacturer will make. Advances in touchscreen features and capabilities have in the past contributed to clear shifts in market share from one device to another. Handset manufacturers create marketing campaigns aimed at bringing consumers’ attention to the key visual and design differences central to their new model...Read more
The old expression “timing is everything” could very well have been predicting the future – smartphones, tablets, touchscreen computers, and cars’ instrument panels. The timing – more specifically, the synchronization – of those devices’ distinct touch and display functions plays a critical role in their speed, accuracy and overall user experience.
Because those intelligent devices incorporate both touch and display, those two...Read more
Innovation comes naturally to us at Synaptics; it’s in our DNA. Great ideas emerge, develop into concepts, and more often than not find their way into terrific consumer products. Of course, the products we bring to market must meet certain criteria: That they not only address our customers’ needs – that’s a given – but in doing so we also assure the...Read more