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Texas Instruments' new single-chip wireless power receiver promises "faster, more efficient" mobile charging and a greater charge area to boot.
Texas Instruments will try to win the attention of Taiwanese hardware designers by opening a center in Taiwan in 2003 to show off the company's wireless wares.
An accord between Intel and TI takes the stage as standards creators meet to ponder a host of proposals for the wireless standard, which could rival Bluetooth and perhaps Wi-Fi.
Texas Instruments brings out a 3-in-1 design for mobile devices, which it said is the world's first to integrate cell phone networking, 802.11 and Bluetooth technologies.
It's the future, don't you know
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The company shows off new chipsets that it says will help handheld devices run graphics, multimedia content and Java applications as much as eight times faster than they can now.
Sales of Texas Instrument's chips used for GPRS-enabled phones have been strong. Consumers want color displays, more than data capabilities.
TI is combining the capabilities of two Bluetooth chips into one, a move that promises to cut manufacturers' costs on building them into wireless networking products.
Texas Instruments on Friday launched a new application development kit. The Innovator Development Kit is for the company's OMAP (Open Multimedia Applications Protocol) technology, which includes processors and software for wireless devices such as cell phones. Developers will be able to use the kit to create applications for devices using TI chips. It will do so by offering modules such as a user-interface module, which lets developers select features for a user interface for the device they are targeting. A typical cell phone, for example, would have a smaller screen than a PDA (personal digital assistant), and so it would require a different type of user interface. TI will offer modules for adding support for communications protocols such as Bluetooth for device-to-device communications. TI says the kit, which will support Symbian, Palm, Microsoft Windows CE and Linux operating systems, will be available next quarter. --John Spooner, Special to ZDNet News
The handheld maker announces that it has chosen chipmaker Texas Instruments to power its next generation of wireless handhelds.
TI has been hit by falling revenue, which will probably get worse in the next quarter. Its wireless chip division is relying on GPRS and 3G to be successful
A new wireless technology will allow consumers to make secure purchases on next-generation cell phones and wireless handhelds, according to Texas Instruments.
Texas Instruments has developed a reference design that enables switched point-to-point wireless optical connections between Ethernet LANs at 100Mbit/s, over distances of around 50m. The TALP1135 chipset technology is based on the company's existing MicroElectro-Mechanical Systems (Mems) mirror, optical transceiver and digital signal processor (DSP) components, which combine to reflect optical data signals from one point to another.
Texas Instruments Inc. on Thursday announced plans to invest $100 million in software developers writing wireless Internet software for its Open Multimedia Applications Platform (OMAP) over the next 12 to 18 months.
Who wants to be an OMAP millionaire? Texas Instruments on Thursday announced plans to invest $100 million in software developers writing wireless Internet software for its Open Multimedia Applications Platform (OMAP) over the next 12 to 18 months.
Texas Instruments (TI) and RealNetworks have announced an alliance to provide internet multimedia solutions for next generation wireless and digital audio devices.
Making it easier to run funky software on a smartphone
US firm Texas Instruments (TI) is to boost its research into wireless technology by massively expanding its research and development centre in the south of France.
Texas Instruments Inc. will buy Butterfly VLSI Ltd. a developer of radio frequency wireless technology, in a deal worth around $50m (£30.48m).
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