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2006-06-13 DC/DC converters ease digital voltage scaling
Texas Instruments' two new dual-output, step-down DC/DC converters with a unique one-pin serial interface promise simple digital voltage scaling.
2007-02-09 Chips enable WLAN, Bluetooth, FM in handsets
TI has announced two devices built on the company's DRP single-chip technology designed to drive affordable WLAN, Bluetooth and FM technologies into mass market handsets
2009-11-04 ARM-based MPUs handle extreme environments
The MPUs integrate multiple peripherals such as a CAN controller and an Ethernet MAC for savings of up to $10.
2007-04-11 Starter kit eases multimedia device development
To streamline the development of wireless/multimedia devices based on TI's OMAP2430 application processor, real-time embedded solutions provider Mistral Software unveiled the OMAP2430 Starter Kit
2010-07-26 Development board integrates ARM plus floating-point DSP for Linux apps
The HawkBoard, based on the OMAP-L138 processor from Texas Instruments (TI), empowers Linux developers to harness the power of floating-point DSP to design unique open-source applications.
2011-07-26 Piezo haptic driver features 105V boost switch
TI's piezo haptic driver for mobile consumer and industrial designs features an integrated 105V boost converter, power diode and 50C200V peak-to-peak fully differential amplifier
2012-01-18 Mobile processor supports Windows 8
Designed specifically for tablets, TI's OMAP4470 platform claims to offer rich multimedia, end-to-end security and powerful multitasking capabilities
2011-02-11 Mobile apps platform claims 60% power reduction
Texas Instruments' 28nm OMAP 5 offers up to 3x processing performance and five-fold 3D graphics improvement at nearly 60 percent average power reduction compared to the OMAP 4 platform
2008-02-12 HSPA phone platform supports all open OS
Ericsson has unveiled an HSPA multimedia phone platform based on TI's OMAP silicon that the companies say will support all open OS.
2009-04-03 DirectPath tech powers Class-G headphone amps
Texas Instruments Inc. has released two new 25mW Class-G stereo headphone amplifiers that include TI's DirectPath technology, which removes the need for large DC-blocking capacitors to improve low-frequency audio fidelity
2013-08-16 Critical Link, Timesys, co-develop Linux solution
Critical Link and Timesys have partnered up to provide developers with a Linux Solution for OMAP-L138 DSP + ARM9 processor-based System-on-Module
2006-04-05 Chip integrates Bluetooth, FM audio for mobile handsets
TI announced its next generation BlueLink 6.0 platform that combines Bluetooth wireless technology with high-fidelity FM stereo and mono performance on a single chip
2008-02-05 Battery fuel gauge with LDO rolls for mobile apps
TI has introduced two new battery fuel gauge devices with integrated LDOs for smart phones, mobile Internet devices and media players with embedded or removable batteries
2010-04-08 ARM9 MPUs integrate multiple connectivity options
TI offers four new Sitara ARM9 microprocessors with a peripheral mix that includes SATA, uPP, USB 2.0, USB 1.1, 10/100 Ethernet MAC, MMC/SD and more
2011-06-10 Apps processor offers HD user interface
TI has introduced the OMAP4470 applications processor, designed to deliver balance between processing power, graphics, display subsystem functionality and multilayered user interface composition
2012-03-09 Apps processor market snubs Intel, Qualcomm
Apple leads the tablet CPU market with 59 percent share, while TI and Nvidia tail behind, both in second place
2008-03-26 Analog front ends debut for medical imaging
TI has introduced a family of fully integrated analog front ends (AFEs) for portable to high-end ultrasound diagnostic equipment
2007-09-19 Amplifiers simplify consumer video design
TI has introduced today a family of flexible three-channel integrated video buffers optimized for consumer video applications where performance, space savings and lower system cost are required
2007-02-05 Xilinx eyes great opportunity for PLD in Asia
Noting Asian engineering teams' relentless efforts to innovate and add new features to industry-leading products, David Loftus, Xilinx VP and general manager for its CPLD division sees a "greater opportunity for PLDs" in the Asia-Pacific region.
2014-08-22 Wearable glass takes on privacy issues
Like GoPro, Pivothead's sport glasses are based on an Ambarella chipset with A-11 ARM processor, while various mods to enhance video capture and transfer run on Atheros chipsets.
2005-10-31 Virtio aids EMS software developers with cycle-approximate tech
Virtio Corp. extended its Virtual Platform technology to support highly accurate timing analysis in software simulation.
2015-06-12 Smart glasses scale up power, connectivity, storage features
The R-7 from the Osterhout Design Group packs a quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC running at 2.7GHz, up from a 1.5GHz dual-core SoC in the current R-6 model, and includes 2GB LP-DDR3 memory.
2010-09-15 Real-time motion capture engine in pipeline
Texas Instruments, Extreme Reality determined to make touchless gestures on devices possible
2008-03-06 Phone evolves to become smart widgets
It is interesting to look at the different ways that HTC and Nokia, two companies that have very competitive and successful smart-phone offerings, arrived at their latest products.
2009-06-10 Palm Pre teardown intros new multitouch controller
A teardown of the Palm Inc.'s Palm Pre revealed few surprises, but left two intriguing questions unanswered.
2005-06-29 Maxim, Philips partner on RF chip
Maxim Integrated Products' new GPS solution is based on its GPS front-end receiver IC combined with Royal Philips Electronics' Spot GPS software.
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
2005-09-01 Functional test targets Intel silicon
ASSET InterTech and International Test Technologies are jointly developing support for Intel Interconnect Built-In Self Test (IBIST) embedded test technology.
2003-09-01 Embedded Linux technologies: More power to you
While users perceive results of power management in terms of battery life, it is really a combination of CPU capabilities, system software, middleware and policy.
2007-08-10 Chip integrates GPS functionality into mobile processors
CellGuide's ACLYS chip replaces dedicated GPS silicon by leveraging mobile processors or other wireless components inside the mobile device, to provide GPS functionality.
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