Texas Instruments thinks the latest OMAP processor from the market leader for mobile phone chips could wind up in Mobile Internet Devices, as well as its more familiar home inside smartphones.
TI is leaving the consumer smartphone business. And it won't participate in the consumer tablet market anymore.
The first-round smartwatch faces off against two other wearables that also launched this week.
There's a reality TI must confront: it has the wrong customers. And mobile chip makers that aren't tied to Apple or Samsung are going to see volatile results.
Texas Instruments dominates the silicon inside the Internet retailer's tablet. It probably wouldn't be an overstatement to say that Amazon has simply dropped in a TI engine to power the tablet.
Think Google's futuristic, $1,500 Glass wearable headset costs too much? This teardown won't change your mind.
Texas Instruments 4470 ARM chip will be inside a Windows 8 tablet at CES.
A Texas Instruments executive says during the company's earnings conference call that Nvidia got the jump on it with the dual-core processor going into Motorola's Xoom tablet.
A version 2.1 update to QNX's infotainment platform puts standardized tools in the hands of mobile developers.
Update: Acer's all-in-one sports a 21.5-inch screen and runs Android. Note that the chip inside is from ARM not Intel. Pricing is expected to be under $500.