For any seasoned CES veteran at the show this year, one thing you probably noticed was the immense presence of automakers. Even walking into the main hall, banners from the likes of Audi and Mercedes hung in place where you might have seen Qualcomm and Intel’s flags fly in the past.
Of all of the things these automakers unveiled at CES, one thing in particular caught our eye: touch and gesture input controls for center consoles.…Read more
Easy-to-guess keyboard passwords are just one of the pitfalls of legacy user authentication. In the world of enterprise IT, maintaining security is a challenge and managing the logistics that enable it can be tedious as well. But it is never in vain – protecting the company’s crown jewels is so important, and in our hyper-connected world, strong security procedures are necessary. Biometrics provides that enhanced security, eliminates the…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
While many opt to ring in the first week of 2015 with clubs, casinos and performances in Las Vegas, Synaptics is in town for the most exciting show of them all.
This week marks the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where all the major players in the technology industry gather every January to showcase the latest and greatest innovations. Synaptics joined the party on Sunday at CES Unveiled and has been featuring smart display,…Read more