Qualcomm, in the fourth quarter of 2012, acquired the assets of EPOS that developed digital ultrasound technology, and it plans to incorporate the technology into chips that would go into not only mobile devices, but also wearable electronics. Ultrasound could facilitate the use of a stylus as an input device and gesture recognition for smartphones and tablet computers, it was said.
Coming soon to a smartphone near you: Ultrasound technology
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