Who wants chips these days?
Texas Instruments results have got the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street to take another look at their confident predictions for Intel.
Thanks to car makers
Former digital watch maker and chipmaker Texas Instruments reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue, thanks mostly because of its analogue and embedded chip products from the automotive and industrial markets.
First-gen Texas Instruments controllers will not work
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Four wheeled industry saviours
Texas Instruments appears to have done rather well thanks to a growing demand for chips from the car industry.
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