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Baby Dino - Counting

Baby Dino is back with colorful counting exercises for kids and toddlers!In this fun, educational game, colorful baby dinosaurs and...

10 hours ago By TinySparkCo

Baby Dino - Odd One Out

Baby Dino is back with this colorful Odd One Out game for kids and toddlers!In this fun, educational 'Odd One Out' game, your toddler...

10 hours ago By TinySparkCo

Mommy's Cookbook Counting

Mommy is cooking a tasty meal again, and she needs your help! Count the different ingredients and help her make some of her special...

11 hours ago By TinySparkCo

TI's OMAP 4 chips bring HD movies to Android

Android mobile devices based on Texas Instruments' OMAP 4 chips have gained the capability to securely play high-definition 1080p video.Texas Instruments (TI) announced on Monday that it had gained the Netflix Silicon Reference Implementation (SRI) certification, which allows OMAP 4-based devices to play large video files on devices with Android's 2.

July 6, 2011 by

Qualcomm, TI, Nvidia offer new ARM chips for Windows 8

Texas Instruments and Qualcomm, two of the biggest suppliers of ARM-based processors in the smartphone market, have announced chips intended to run Microsoft Windows 8. Their arrival (probably) next year will help answer a number of interesting questions about the relative power, performance, and price of Intel and ARM chips, and the efficiency of modern versions of Windows compared with the Linux-based Google Android operating system.

June 3, 2011 by

Tech layoff parade continues: TI cuts 12 percent of workforce

Texas Instruments is cutting 12 percent of its workforce because the company is "not counting on a near-term economic rebound for improvement."TI delivered the latest round of cutbacks--joining companies like Microsoft, Intel and Sprint--as it reported better than expected fourth quarter results.

January 26, 2009 by

TI execs ramp up green tech contributions, at work and at home

The trouble with the Green IT blog beat is there are literally hundreds of things that you could write about every day, often from the same company, but since this isn't the ONLY thing I do to put food on my table, I have to be really selective about which developments I can research enough for a decent post.Since my first conversation with them early this year, I've actually spent some more time with the folks from Texas Instruments.

November 24, 2008 by

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