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Your next mobile could have a 720p Pico projector thanks to a new chip

Your next mobile could have a 720p Pico projector thanks to a new chip

By 7 March 2014

Texas Instruments has produced a chipset that will allow mobile manufacturers to squeeze 720p Pico projectors into their mobiles. The Pico Chipset is a big step up from the last model as it now boasts 100 per cent brightness while using 50 per cent less... >>

Movea G-series reference design claims 'most accurate' multisport wristband title

Movea G-series reference design claims 'most accurate' multisport wristband title

By 8 January 2014

Motion-sensing tech company Movea, wristband design firm Xm-Squared, and Bluetooth low rnergy-leader Texas Instruments are at the 2014 CES tradeshow in Las Vegas, where they have jointly demonstrated the G-series high-performance multisport wristband.... >>

Amazon in talks to buy Texas Instruments' chip technology

Amazon in talks to buy Texas Instruments' chip technology

By 15 October 2012

Texas Instruments is in talks with Amazon about the sale of its smartphone and tablet OMAP chip technology, according to reports. In September, Texas Instruments (TI) announced it was moving away from the mobile space, instead focusing on “embedded... >>

Texas Instruments to turn its back on smartphones and tablets

Texas Instruments to turn its back on smartphones and tablets

By 26 September 2012

Texas Instruments has announced that it plans to move away from the mobile space, to focus instead on “embedded systems” for a “wider market”. The admission came during an investor meeting of Texas Instruments (TI), broadcast as a webcast. The... >>

ARM: We're taking Intel seriously, but we're ahead

ARM: We're taking Intel seriously, but we're ahead

By 16 July 2012

ARM, the microchip manufacturer whose hardware powers many mobile devices, has told us that it isn't taking rival Intel lightly. "We take Intel very seriously," said Vincent Korstanje, vice-president of segment marketing at ARM, in an interview with Pocket-lint. ... >>

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

By 2 March 2012

It's a funny old time in the crazy world of chip architecture. Not only are companies like Nvidia, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments looking to jump head first into the Windows 8 revolution caused by Microsoft's new baby including support for ARM-based processors,... >>

Windows 8 on ARM officially detailed by Microsoft

Windows 8 on ARM officially detailed by Microsoft

By 10 February 2012

We all knew that Windows 8 would be ARM compatible but up until now the details of exactly what the move might entail have been sketchy. Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky has now come clean with all the official details, solving a few mysteries and confirming... >>

Microsoft takes mobile computing fight to Apple with SoC architecture

Microsoft takes mobile computing fight to Apple with SoC architecture

By 6 January 2011

Microsoft has officially announced that the next version of Windows will support System on a Chip architectures (wherebye all the components of an electronic device are integrated onto a single chip). This news, which Pocket-lint brought you word of previously,... >>

Texas Instruments DLP Pico HD chipset brings 1080p 3D on the go

Texas Instruments DLP Pico HD chipset brings 1080p 3D on the go

By 5 January 2011

Texas Instruments has announced, at CES 2010 in Las Vegas, that it will be launching a brand new DLP (Digital Light Processing) Pico HD chipset; bringing the availability of a "new era for on-the-go, big screen video and images". Texas Instruments goes... >>

Microsoft to use strong-ARM techniques to attack mobile markets

Microsoft to use strong-ARM techniques to attack mobile markets

By 22 December 2010

Microsoft will use CES 2011 to launch a version of Windows that can play nicely with ARM architecture mobile chips for the first time. ARM-based chips are produced by the likes of Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Nvidia, Sharp and Samsung, and can be found... >>


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