You can still hold them upside down and type 5318008
Texas Instruments’ graphing calculators have just lost some of their appeal.
Chip industry expects to feel a bit under the weather
Texas Instruments reported better-than-expected results for the first quarter but forecast current-quarter revenue and profit largely below what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted, as the industry braces for a big hit from the coronavirus outbreak.
CEO disease is catching
The CEO of Texas Instruments (TI) has resigned because he has violated the company's code of conduct rules.
Samsung beats Chipzilla up
Figures just in from the Gartner Group showed that Samsung was the leader in chip sales in 2017.
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
While Apple may have launched a new MacBook Pro with an LED touch bar a week and a half ago and with Thunderbolt 3 ready USB-C connectors, a compatibility test shows that not all devices using the standard will be able to operate with the notebook.
Four wheeled industry saviours
Texas Instruments appears to have done rather well thanks to a growing demand for chips from the car industry.
By the end of the year
Third quarter strong