Four critical mistakes forced Texas Instruments to pull the plug on the home computer that it had once expected would dominate the market.
Hundreds of new computer companies have made Texas the likely successor to California’s Silicon Valley, and it all started with two firms in Dallas.
Texas’ glory, till now based on oil, may be based on silicon in years to come.
A Dallas engineer you’ve probably never heard of has done more to change our daily lives than almost anyone else alive. How? He invented the silicon chip.
When the cable TV salesman comes calling, you should fully expect your city council to sell you down the river. Not that they mean to do it. It’s simply that history shows most city councils don’t know the first thing about cable. People who can barely figure out the briefs
In Texas the best way to get rich in cable television is to know just a little about TV and everything about politics.
Talk to coaches and team owners about AstroTurf and you’ll hear all its advantages. Talk to the players and you’ll hear a different story.
Smile, you're a candid camera.
Positively the latest in sound thinking.
American ingenuity has produced the telephone, the airplane, and now the breast pillow.
Cancer treatments, windshield wipers that don’t squeak, and other major breakthroughs on the frontiers of science.
It’s easy to lock yourself out of your own home, but keeping someone else out is rather more difficult.
Don Meredith brings football and TV into focus.