Researchers Show Improved Biometrics Using a QLED Display

by Omid Rahmat

We improved biometric authentication security using dual recognition based on fingerprint image detection and skin-temperature-change sensing under quantum dot light-emitting diode (QLED) displays. QLEDs are more advantageous than organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) in terms …

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Vivo and Qualcomm Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

by Andrew Fenn

Vivo and Qualcomm have signed a memorandum of understanding worth $4 billion. The partnership will merge the two firms’ technical expertise and allow the sharing of patents between them. The two companies will collaborate …

Tags:biometrics| Mobile Display Monitor| Patents| Qualcomm| Vol 24 - Issue 43


Innolux to Produce Flexible Sensors

by Tom Allen

Innolux and Next Biometrics (of Norway) have announced that they are investing in establishing mass-production capacity for a new flexible fingerprint sensor technology. Next already uses Innolux’s factories to produce rigid sensors. It now …

Tags:biometrics| Fingerprint Recognition| Innolux| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 29

Bio OLEDs Move Us Beyond Displays

by Steve Sechrist

If you have ever wonder what the future may hold for OLED display technology, particularly beyond the display industry, look no further than the “OLEDs: Recent Advances and Applications” talk (M-03) given this past …

Tags:Applications| biometrics| OLEDs| Sensors| technology| Vol 23 - Issue 27

MWC is Here!

by Tom Allen

Mobile World Congress takes place in Barcelona this week. Samsung and LG have already announced their plans to launch new flagship phones (LG and Samsung Prepare World for New Flagships), but there’s more news …

Tags:biometrics| Fingerprint Recognition| Glass| LG Electronics (LGE)| Microsoft| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Pen Input| Smartphones| TPK| Vol 23 - Issue 06