Texas Instruments (TI) has confirmed that its fifth-generation OMAP chip based on ARM's Cortex-A15 cores is sampling today and remains on track to power mobile device by early 2013.
Texas Instruments (TI) is apparently in the process of shifting its chip focus from smartphones to a "broader" market - such as the automotive space - as it seeks a more profitable and stable business.
An analyst at Forward Concepts believes Intel may be one of several companies interested in purchasing TI's OMAP division.
Qualcomm is bolstering its gesture recognition arsenal with the acquisition of relevant patents and other "assets" from GestureTek.
Texas Instruments (TI) is prepping a next-gen, Cortex-A processor core for mobile devices. The chip - which has been dubbed "Eagle" - is expected to be be deployed in TI's future OMAP lineup.