Think. Innovate

  • 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. Imagine a city where traffic lights intelligently adjust their timing with...
  • Today, TIers all around the world are celebrating Jack Kilby Day, the day, exactly 56 years ago, that marks the anniversary the first working integrated circuit (IC). In July of 1958, while his colleagues took their traditional two-week vacation, Jack...
  • Today, TI introduced the innovative KeyStone™-based AM5K2Ex family of processors designed for industrial, avionics and more. These processors have the ability to compute a large amount of data quickly, while using less power, lasting longer and...
  • 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 first in a series of stories recognizing our 12 ‘Modern Day Jacks’ who embody...
  • Since June, our Summer Adventures blog series showcased different ways TI technology helps make some of the best months of the year more fun and safe. Though this series is coming to a close, TI’s technology is ever-present in the many devices and...
  • The words used to describe insects almost always have a negative connotation: Pests. Nuisances. Gross. But to Michel Maharbiz, associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley, he uses another, very positive word: Beautiful. “Think...
  • TI Kilby Labs are now officially Tech Titans. The labs received the “Tech Titans Corporate Innovation Award” from the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC) for outstanding innovation and unique accomplishments through recent or potential...
  • Some things are just better together ― peanut butter and jelly; air conditioning and hot Texas summers; dinner and a movie. ZTE, one of the fastest-growing smartphone manufacturers in the United States, looked to TI to help bring together two more things...
  • Like many college kids, Zahid Haq overslept a few times when he was a student at the University of Texas at Austin (UT). What Zahid needed was a reliable, noisy alarm clock that could really get his attention. Now working as a Bluetooth applications engineer...
  • Inspiration for innovative designs can arise from anywhere at any time, and year after year, some of the most unique and entertaining ideas come from TI interns. On top of their regular duties at TI, interns are encouraged to collaborate in their spare...