Think. Innovate

  • In our ongoing series, ‘One to Watch,’ we profile the movers and shakers at TI who are making a difference through their extraordinary work. There is no doubt about the power of the sibling relationship. Countless studies have shown the...
  • TIer Jason Letbetter won't have any trouble keeping tabs on his pool equipment this summer. Whether he is inside his house or at the office, he can simply glance at his smartphone to see if his pool is functioning properly. Jason, an engineer at TI's...
  • A farmer tries to determine if his crop is ready for harvest. A nurse wants to verify a particular type of medication. An engineer needs to test oil on an oil rig in a remote part of the world. All of these tasks can be done using spectroscopy, which...
  • 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. Grid parity happens the moment when renewable energies like solar and...
  • Lacy Bishline grabs some chalk to dry her hands, closes her eyes, and for a moment tries to block everything out – the weight-filled barbells clanging as they hit the floor, the crowd enthusiastically cheering on every lift, the grunts and groans...
  • 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. TI layout designer Marshall Thompson has melded...
  • Some of us are multitaskers. Some of us are not. The new Sitara™ AM437x processors are definitely the former, and that’s what separates it from every other processor in its class. For the first time, a single processor (in the ARM®...
  • Some of the best inventions come out of simple observations of the world around us. For Kyne Onyenze, his world consists of the halls Elkins High School, his home in Missouri City, Texas and the sights and sounds of a nearby movie theater where he works...
  • One of the top concerns for nearly every electronic device we use today is how much power can we get out of it. We want our smartphones, computers, power tools and wearable fitness devices to use less power so they last longer. That’s why TI announced...
  • When TIer Michael Zwerg returns to the annual Burning Man event in the Nevada desert this summer, his homemade Electrical Camping Shower will be the envy of fellow festivalgoers who spend days baking in the hot sand and sun with limited supplies of water...