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Integrated Device Technology demonstrated the ability to carry touchscreen data over the DisplayPort auxiliary channel. IDT’s technique for transmitting touch sensor data over the existing DisplayPort AUX channel simplifies and lowers the cost of integrating touch technology into tablets, notebooks, all-in-one PCs, and other devices by eliminating the extra USB cables, ports, and other components typically used with touch. The technology uses the IDT VPP1101 DisplayPort receiver connected to a field programmable gate array that is programmed to interface with the touch sensor’s SPI output and the IDT VDAP1000, a monolithic timing controller, white LED driver, and power management... Read more...
The iPad goes on sale this weekend. If you're getting anxious to see what an iBook or YouTube video will look like on the device, check out Apple's guided tour page. Here, you'll find a number of videos that provide a walkthrough of the various features of the device. Apple has created guided tours for the following applications: Safari, Mail, Photos, Videos, YouTube, iPod, iTunes, iBooks, Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. Each of the videos shows how the app works and provides information about what you can do with the app. For example, the iBooks video demonstrates the virtual bookshelf, turning of pages, and the built-in dictionary. Although many of the walkthroughs aren't that exciting—most of... Read more...