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    • Mar 3, 2015

    TI named top company for executive women

    When I began my career as an intern in Human Resources 15 years ago, I knew very little about what it truly meant to be a TIer. My appreciation for this beloved TI nickname has grown alongside my unforgettable career journey – a voyage that has taken me through virtually every corner of the HR profession and around the world many times –...
    • Mar 2, 2015

    5 reasons TI supports Trade Promotion Authority

    Congress is on the verge of introducing a bipartisan bill to reinstate Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), which allows Congress and the Administration to better collaborate on U.S. trade negotiations and implement resulting trade agreements. As a leading global semiconductor company with more than 100,000 customers worldwide, TI strongly supports TPA...
    • Feb 25, 2015

    Collaborative atmosphere yields industry first

    Today, we celebrate an industry first – the newly released SimpleLink™ ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform . For the first time, developers don’t have to choose between having a low-power device or one that is flexible enough to be used with multiple wireless standards like Bluetooth ® Smart, ZigBee ® and...
    • Feb 23, 2015

    Student takes one step closer to her STEM career

    Few of us knew exactly what we wanted to be when we grew up by age 14. That’s not the case for Angeles, an 8 th grader at Santa Clara de Assisi Catholic School in Dallas. She’s not even in high school yet, but she already knows she wants to help others using science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). And we recently gave Angeles a...
    • Feb 19, 2015

    When STEM first stole my heart…

    On Monday, engineers all over the United States begin their celebration of National Engineers Week. The annual event, started by the National Society of Professional Engineers more than 60 years ago, is designed to encourage a diverse future engineering workforce by increasing interest in engineering and technology careers. We are taking part in...
    • Feb 17, 2015

    DIY with TI: Engineer makes magic with time-lapse photography system

    At TI, we celebrate the makers and hobbyists who enjoy creating and innovating on their own time. In our ongoing DIY with TI series, we share their incredible Do It Yourself inventions using TI technology. Thorsten Lorenzen is making magic with his DIY know-how. And he is doing it in his spare time in a workshop attached to his house in Munich, Germany...
    • Feb 12, 2015

    One to Watch: Rising Star Manish Bhardwaj

    In our ongoing series, ‘One to Watch,’ we profile the movers and shakers at TI who are making a difference through their extraordinary work. Simply looking at how TIer Manish Bhardwaj tackled a recent project exemplifies why he’s more than deserving of this year’s Design News’ Rising Engineering Star Award. This exceptional...
    • Feb 10, 2015

    Out of Office: Engineer by day, firefighter by night

    TIers do amazing things every day at work and when they are out of the office. In our ongoing series, ‘Out of Office,’ we showcase the unique and fascinating hobbies, talents and interests of TIers all over the world. Most of his colleagues have already left for the day, but TIer Michael Seidl focuses intently on his computer as the sun...
    • Feb 5, 2015

    3 steps to the perfect TI Valentine’s Day date

    With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many of us are probably still looking for the perfect date. By this point, you can’t get a reservation at a restaurant, flowers are overpriced and buying a heart-shaped box filled with chocolates is just cliché. But don’t worry, we’re here with the three easy steps to the perfect...
    • Feb 3, 2015

    World’s fastest 2-D camera uses TI DLP® technology

    The majority of us don’t give much thought to individual seconds in our daily lives. But Dr. Lihong Wang, the Gene K. Beare Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis , lives and works one second at a time. Lihong and his colleagues have created the Compressed Ultra-fast Photography (CUP) camera, the world’s...