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March 18, 2020
Category: Corporate

During this COVID-19 crisis, it may be necessary for you to work from home for periods of time. These are just some preparatory guidelines. Because your situation is temporary, it is tempting to set up your laptop on the dining room table, thinking how easy it will be to get a cup of coffee and keep an eye on things...

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January 22, 2020
Category: IoT

Imagine how sensors and artificial intelligence are going to transform the workplace.

Let’s imagine a day at the office, say ten years from now, when the technology behind today’s smart home devices becomes ubiquitous in the workplace. No longer will computing power be limited to server rooms and standalone devices like laptops.  Rather a broad range of sensors will be woven into virtually every part of the...

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January 7, 2020

Team Synaptics is here in Las Vegas for the big consumer electronics show and our booth at the Venetian is buzzing. We have eight private meeting rooms and a terrific live demonstration area. Maybe you saw our news releases where we announced our new VS600 Smart Edge AI platform, a new TDDI solution for automotive...

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January 2, 2020

Whether you know it or not, we are entering a new era of human-machine perceptive intelligence. At Synaptics, we’re helping our customers to lead the future of human interfaces with a new generation of innovation for their products and services. Basically, Synaptics combines ease of use, functionality and aesthetics to enable products that help make our digital lives more productive, secure and enjoyable.

At CES 2020...

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October 22, 2019

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...

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