Monday Jun 30
Get the best of both worlds: New processor family brings higher performance with real-time processing
Today, Texas Instruments announced the new Sitarai 1 2 AM437x processor family that integrates support for industrial protocols for both automation and industrial drives and includes new features such as dual camera for data terminals with bar code scanning.
Cleveland Research Initiates Coverage on Texas Instruments
The firm set a "neutral" rating on the stock. Texas Instruments traded down 1.21% during mid-day trading on Thursday, hitting $47.46.
First 7-channel, NMOS low-side driver replaces Darlington transistor arrays in high-voltage systems
Texas Instruments today introduced the industry's first seven-channel, NMOS low-side driver, replacing standard Darlington transistor arrays with a power-efficient, drop-in compatible integrated circuit .
Texas Instruments ushers in a new era of ultra-low power with new MSP430(TM) FRAM microcontrollers
Texas Instruments today announced its comprehensive ultra-low power FRAM microcontroller platform with all the necessary hardware and software tools, and support for developers to reduce energy budgets, minimize product size and enable a battery-free world.
Detect road hazards with TI's AFE sensor technology for automotive radar applications
Texas Instruments today introduced the industry's fastest and lowest power baseband receiver analog front end for ADAS applications.
InterDigital to Participate in IEEE Webinar on Future of Spectrum Harvesting Technology
The panelists will also discuss the future of the space and the role of coexistence in the shared spectrum bands.
Wireless Developer Network
Add Wi-Fi to Anything with TI's Internet on a Chip
Today Texas Instruments introduced its new SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 and CC3200 platforms for Internet of Things applications.
The Great Probeware Scam
Apple just announced its new operating system, Leopard, for the Macintosh. I own Macs so what does this announcement mean to me? In the long run, it means lots of neat new features I will be able to use to my advantage, but at first, it will mean my favorite software may have to be upgraded and any new computer I buy will have the new system.
Texas Instruments creates new power line communication modems to...
ENP Newswire - 12 June 2014 Release date- 11062014 - DALLAS - Easing the burden of supporting multiple regions with one device, Texas Instruments today announced a new power line communication modem platform that supports the G3, PRIME and IEEE-1901.2 standards across both CENELEC and ARIB frequency bands.