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Texas Instruments has announced its OMAP division won't be making any more processors for smartphones and tablets, officially ending any chances of a Windows RT-based tablet with a TI chip inside.
The Stellaris Launchpad has appeared in the wild, taking on the Raspberry Pi to claim the title of "cheapest single board PC". The Launchpad is retailing for $13, in a price range all its own.
Texas Instruments would not comment to Neowin on if the company has abandoned plans to make a processor to be placed inside Windows RT tablets, although its statement hints strongly that is the case.
Texas Instruments, one of the three companies making ARM-based chips that can run Windows RT, could be getting out of making chips made for tablets and smartphones.
A new video has been posted on the Internet that shows a Toshiba prototype tablet running with Microsoft's Windows RT and based on a ARM processor from Texas Instruments.
Texas Instruments has shown off a Windows RT-based tablet running on one of its processors, with the company claiming it will have Windows 8 tablets running on its chips for launch later this year.
As promised, processor maker Texas Instruments showed off a tablet that had its ARM-based chip running a pre-beta version of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system at CES 2012.
Texas Instruments has announced that Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system will be running on a tablet at CES 2012 with one of TI's OMAP processors inside.
Yet another processor company known for having its products inside smartphones has announced a new product that it says will support Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system. This time its Texas Instruments who in a press...
Calculator hobbyists who blogged about the modification of the software included on Texas Instruments (TI) programmable calculators have been sent letters from TI demanding they remove the material. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), who campaign...