It's being said a lot these days: The next billion cell phone users won't come from the developed world, because so many of us have phones already. That next wave will come primarily from China and India.
With that in mind, today I talked to Bill Krenik, wireless and advanced architectures manager at Texas Instruments (TXN), about the just-announced second version of its single-chip cell phone platform, called eCosto.Jon Fortt - Nov 8, 2006 5:32 PM ET
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