Think. Innovate

  • Teachers constantly find themselves challenged to bring to life the concepts found in a textbook. TIers, with the help of a Dallas Cowboys Hall of Famer and volunteers from the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, recently helped teachers with that challenge...
  • What did Leo Estevez get when he combined an MSP430G2553 microcontroller (MCU) , our NexFETs, Bluetooth and power management components? A remote-control drone car and a microbrewery. Leo created a virtual machine called “ Rekam1 ,” which...
  • One platform, three microcontroller (MCU) generations – that’s what you get with the new series of C2000™ F28x7x MCUs – designed to process large amounts of data quickly and make split decisions in vehicles with short-range radar...
  • Brooke Williams doesn’t have to look far to find inspiration for his work on the TDA3x automotive system on a chip (SoC) family used in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The business manager for ADAS just glances at the picture frames on...
  • In my role leading the Texas Instruments (TI) talent management team, we are constantly seeking ways to attract and retain the best and brightest minds to work at TI. We know that our success depends upon having talented and innovative employees working...
  • In our ongoing “On the Fringe” series, some of TI’s brightest minds discuss today’s biggest technological trends and solving the challenges of tomorrow. We learn in history class about one long Industrial Revolution –...
  • In our ongoing series, ‘One to Watch,’ we profile the movers and shakers at TI who are making a difference through their extraordinary work. Below is the second in a series of stories recognizing our 12 ‘Modern Day Jacks’ who embody...
  • 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. TIer John Robinson’s...
  • Every day, TIers are challenged to innovate. But recently, TI's interface products (INT) group, part of High-performance Analog (HPA), took that challenge a step further, flying in teams from all over the world to Dallas and giving them dedicated...
  • By Peter Balyta, Ph.D., President, Education Technology As a former math teacher, I fundamentally believe that education has the power to transform lives. I see this every day in my work leading our Education Technology group, as well as through...