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High-speed phones to tap TI processors

High Tech Computer, the makers of Compaq Computer's handheld device iPaq, will be using Texas Instruments' OMAP processors for the company's next offerings of high-speed phones. Both Texas Instruments and HTC, located in Taiwan, expect to have the first of the new products available by year's end. This is the second high-profile deal HTC has struck. It recently agreed to help build Microsoft's Stinger smart phone.

High Tech Computer, the makers of Compaq Computer's handheld device iPaq, will be using Texas Instruments' OMAP processors for the company's next offerings of high-speed phones. Both Texas Instruments and HTC, located in Taiwan, expect to have the first of the new products available by year's end. This is the second high-profile deal HTC has struck. It recently agreed to help build Microsoft's Stinger smart phone.