CNET's Daniel Terdiman wrangles up tech and geek culture in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and more.
At CES 2013, Texas Instruments showed off a new rear-projection display technology that could replace LCD touch screens in cars.
TI is leaving the consumer smartphone business. And it won't participate in the consumer tablet market anymore.
Chipmaker will acquire TI's cable modem product line in order to boost its system-on-a-chip Atom processor business.
Texas Instruments unveils its next-generation DLP chip for pocket-sized projectors, the DLP Pico HD.
Asus announced its Memo 370T runs with a Tegra 3 CPU and will cost $249. That silence you don't hear is the sound of Barnes & Nobles' heart sinking.
Skyhook's hybrid Wi-Fi/GPS location technology will soon be used in Texas Instruments chips for mobile devices to get more accurate location information.
TI joins other chipmakers in reporting sharply lower profits and job cuts.
A bunch of new Kindle Fire tablets are on the way, according to NPD DisplaySearch. Watch your back, Google.
Texas Instruments pushes 1080p DLP