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2008-01-04 Motorola, Metrologic settle patent discord
Motorola Inc. and Metrologic Instruments Inc. have reached an agreement that settles all outstanding patent infringement disputes between the two companies
2006-08-07 Motorola stops radio patent infringement in China
Motorola announced that it has reached agreement with Quanzhou Fei Jie Electronic, also known as Linton, for the company to immediately end production of its LT-2188/3188 radios
2008-10-31 Mosaid, Powerchip end DRAM patent feud
Mosaid Technologies Inc. and Taiwan's Powerchip Semiconductor Corp. have settled their patent infringement litigation and signed a patent license agreement
2007-01-12 Micron settles DRAM suit
Micron Technology Inc. said it has reached a settlement agreement with a class of direct purchasers of certain DRAM products.
2008-11-04 Maxim, Anpec resolve DirectDrive patent suit
A settlement has been reached in the patent infringement lawsuit that Maxim Integrated Products filed against Taiwan-based Anpec Electronics Corp. in 2007
2006-08-09 Linear Tech sues Monolithic for breach of contract, patent infringement
Linear Technology filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware against Monolithic Power Systems based on breach of a settlement agreement and patent infringement.
2006-03-22 Lattice agrees to settle class action litigation
Lattice Semiconductor announced that it has reached an agreement in principle with plaintiffs to settle the consolidated class action lawsuit filed in 2004 against the company and certain of its current and former executive officers
2009-06-12 Judge revives Samsung-Spansion patent feud
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Spansion LLC are set to resume litigation over memory patents after a judge rejected a settlement under which Samsung was to pay Spansion $70 million
2014-11-04 Intel pays $15 for every Willamette P4 owner
The tech giant has agreed to a $15 settlement in a class action lawsuit claiming that Intel manipulated benchmark scores to show that its Pentium 4 chip was faster and better than the competition
2007-05-10 IBM, Amazon.com settle patent suits
IBM Corp. and Amazon announced May 8 that they have settled all patent lawsuits, which includes paying an undisclosed amount to IBM and a long-term patent cross licensing agreement
2005-10-14 IBM to make ZF's PC-on-a-chip line
ZF Micro Solutions Inc. on Wednesday (Oct. 17) said that it has entered into a multi-year foundry services agreement with IBM Corp.'s Microelectronics Group
2011-02-11 GigOptix acquires RF solution provider Endwave
Electronic and electro-optic components supplier, GigOptix Inc. has inked a definitive merger agreement to buy Endwave Corp, a high-frequency RF solutions and mobile semiconductors provider
2006-02-03 Elpida pleads guilty in DRAM antitrust case
Elpida Memory announced that it has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to plead guilty to certain violations of U.S. antitrust laws in connection with certain DRAM sales
2007-02-05 Apple, Cisco to resolve iPhone trademark suit
Apple and Cisco are nearing an agreement that could resolve their dispute over rights to the iPhone name in an out-of-court settlement.
2008-07-29 Analysis: Ripple effect of Qualcomm-Nokia truce
The announcement of an IP agreement between Qualcomm and Nokia is one that has the industry buzzing, with implications not only for the two companies involved, but also for the IP and wireless communities at large, as well as the consumer
2007-09-18 U.S. court issues preliminary injunction against SMIC
TSMC announced that the California State Superior Court of Alameda County has issued an order on TSMC's pre-trial motion for a preliminary injunction against SMIC.
2006-09-19 Toshiba, Lexar settle patent dispute
Toshiba has settled a NAND flash memory patent dispute with Lexar Media Inc., a subsidiary of Micron Technology.
2002-01-22 SMSC receives license for I2C patents
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has agreed with Philips Corp. to settle their patent dispute related to U.S. Patent No. 4,689,740.
2006-11-21 SMIC files suit against TSMC, report says
SMIC has filed another suit against TSMC "over alleged unfair competition," according to a report from Reuters.
2006-09-15 SMIC countersues TSMC
Chinese silicon foundry provider SMIC on Sept. 12 said it has filed a counterclaim against rival TSMC.
2005-01-20 Samsung to license Mosaid patents, settling lawsuit
Mosaid Technologies Inc. said Tuesday (Jan. 18) it has settled its patent suit with Samsung Electronics Co. in the District Court of New Jersey, with Samsung agreeing to license Mosaid's portfolio of DRAM patents.
2009-06-17 Rambus, EC to settle patent spat
Rambus Inc. has agreed to cut its royalties on some parts to settle a long-running and high-profile dispute with European antitrust regulators and will thus avoid paying a fine.
2008-07-14 Rambus files patent suit vs. Nvidia
Rambus Inc. has filed a patent infringement suit against Nvidia Corp. in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
2007-03-19 Qualcomm, Broadcom settle patent suit, says report
Broadcom Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. have settled a patent dispute involving mobile phone chips less than a week before the suit's scheduled trial, according to an AP report.
2010-02-03 Qualcomm to set up R&D center in South Korea
After a overcoming several problems in South Korea, Qualcomm Inc. announced it will establish a R&D center in the nation and invest in Seoul-based Pulsus Technologies Inc.
2007-08-09 Qualcomm to file appeal on ITC ruling
After losing its bid to gain a veto from the Bush administration, Qualcomm Inc. plans to appeal the International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling to ban on imports of 3G handsets containing Qualcomm chips.
2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2007-06-26 Patent battles brew in Wi-Fi industry
A U.S. federal court's injunction against Japanese WLAN equipment vendor Buffalo Technology in its patent fight with an Australian science agency could have broad implications for the Wi-Fi industry.
2011-05-17 Nvidia's 1Q results exceed analysts' forecast
Nvidia posted fiscal 1Q sales of $962 million and a non-GAAP net income of 27 cents per share, beating analysts' expectations of $947 million in sales and a non-GAAP net income of 19 cents per share.
2004-07-14 MoSys drops suit to force Synopsys merger
After three days of trial, attorneys from Synopsys and Monolithic System Technology (MoSys) decided they'd had enough - so they agreed Thursday night (July 8, 2004) to settle the lawsuit that MoSys had filed in an attempt to force a merger between the companies.
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