Connect with TI’s experts about the latest products, trends and “ah-ha” moments driving the wireless connectivity industry forward.
    • Dec 29, 2016

    A scalable approach to cloud computing applications for low power sensors

    The evolution of low-power wireless technologies has accelerated in the past few years due to the development of a number of applications for home and building automation, asset management and factory & process automation, as well as personal car...
    • Dec 22, 2016

    Maximize your IoT design with new dual-mode Bluetooth® + MSP432™ MCU bundle

    Bluetooth® connectivity, like Wi-Fi® before it, has become table stakes for the smart gadgets and personal devices that most people use daily. We don’t just want it, we expect it. And now with the growing adoption of Bluetooth low energy and rising number of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, we can expect an even more widespread integration...
    • Dec 21, 2016

    How Xively and Texas Instruments are accelerating the journey to IoT success

    Developing new Internet of Things (IoT) products continues to become easier. And to further this effort, the Xively by LogMeIn team has been working with Texas Instruments (TI) to help both organizations and engineers accelerate the time to market fo...
    • Dec 13, 2016

    Introducing TI’s dual-mode Bluetooth® 4.2 CC2564C solution

    As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve, Bluetooth® low energy technology now faces a higher volume of security threats than ever before. Given the increased reliance on wireless technology, developers must consider the types of data being shared via point-of-sale (POS) terminals, mobile POS (mPOS) exchanges, medical devices and military...
    • Nov 30, 2016

    Bluetooth® low energy multi-role demystified

    I’ve been hearing a buzz word lately in the Bluetooth ® low energy realm: Multi-role. I had a few suspicions but I wasn’t quite sure what everyone was talking about. This called for further investigation, and like any curious Millennial, I quickly “Googled it.” But I realized instead of learning this information second hand...
    • Nov 18, 2016

    Part 1: Bringing the internet to a single chip

    What challenges exist for integrating Wi-Fi® into IoT applications? As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve, many new technologies are redefining how we view wireless networks. Serving as the cornerstone of connectivity in every home and office, Wi-Fi® technology continues to mature; but designing it into IoT applications can...
    • Nov 9, 2016

    High performance and low power…The original dynamic duo

    Peanut butter and jelly. Pizza and Monday night football. Milk and cookies. What do all these things have in common? They make a perfect pair. Likewise TI’s MSP432™ microcontroller pairs perfectly with TI’s new pre-certified SimpleLink™ Bluetooth ® low energy module. This textbook combination makes it seamless to add Bluetooth...
    • Nov 8, 2016

    Connecting sensors to the cloud at a distance

    If you search for examples of devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) , you may find mockups of connected toasters, lipstick and toy cars. You may find images of talking fridges that alert you when the milk runs out, or demos of dolls that learn a child’s favorite jokes and games. You may find visions of connected factories, farms and cities ...
    • Oct 18, 2016

    Easily add Bluetooth® low energy to your existing MCU with a new certified module

    Connecting a product to a smartphone via Bluetooth® 4.2 presents two distinct benefits which many applications can leverage: A rich user interface (most electronic products outside of phones don’t have a large, hi-res touchscreen) Low-p...
    • Oct 17, 2016

    Top 5 reasons why TI’s CC2640 wireless MCU will differentiate your Bluetooth® low energy product

    Interested in designing with TI’s lowest power Bluetooth ® low energy wireless microcontroller (MCU)? These are 5 reasons why you should choose SimpleLink™ Bluetooth low energy CC2640 wireless MCU: 1. Industry-leading range at the lowest power. The CC2640 wireless MCU is built for a myriad of applications from industrial networks...