Dallas-based Texas Instruments' CEO: The smart phone, tablets markets are less attractive
from The Dallas Morning News
Texas Instruments Inc.'s chief executive Rich Templeton said that he's lost some interest in seeing the company's chips used in smart phones and tablets. The size and quality of opportunities in those wireless products have declined as the two main suppliers — Apple and Samsung — have moved toward vertically integrating chips, Templeton said at a Deutsche Bank technology conference in Las Vegas.
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