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2006-10-31 SMIC denies TSMC's infringement allegations
SMIC refutes TSMC claims that the former stole technology from the latter by saying that SMIC's memory and logic IC production technologies came from other sources, said sources close to the ongoing lawsuit for the two companies.
2008-01-14 Report: Probe on Samsung bribery allegations underway
According to an Agence France-Presse report, an independent counsel remarked last week that he had started a probe into bribery and fraud allegations again Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2002-01-18 Nassda exec denies Synopsys allegations
In his first public comments since reports surfaced of Synopsys Inc.'s lawsuits against his company, Nassda Corp. chairman and CEO Sang Wang strongly denied that Nassda's founders stole Synopsys trade secrets.
2007-11-07 Massive bribery allegations hound Samsung
Samsung Group is a midst of controversy as a former legal executive went on live TV on Nov. 6 to accuse the conglomerate of operating huge slush funds to bribe prosecutors and officials.
2012-10-09 Foxconn shoots down strike allegations
Foxconn insists that production is on track and that no strike happened at its Zhengzhou assembly plant.
2007-10-03 EC investigates antitrust allegations vs. Qualcomm
The EC has decided to open formal antitrust proceedings against Qualcomm, over allegations that the company's licensing terms and conditions are not fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory and, therefore, may breach EC competition rules.
2011-05-19 M/A-COM Tech to fight GigOptix lawsuit
M/A-COM is prepared to defend itself vigorously from the lawsuit filed by GigOptix Inc. The lawsuit filed involves allegations of breach of contract and trade secret misappropriation.
2007-09-27 WTO launches formal investigation on China piracy case
The WTO has opened a formal investigation Sept. 25 on allegations that China is providing a safe haven for product piracy and counterfeiting.
2015-11-23 South Korea claims Qualcomm licensing is unlawful
Qualcomm said in a statement that the allegations and conclusions contained in the Examiner's Report are not supported by the facts and are a serious misapplication of law.
2012-08-09 Samsung, Apple war touches icon confusion
Despite allegations that Samsung devices have icons that are somewhat similar to Apple's, a Samsung attorney said a majority of the icons used differ noticeably from each device.
2008-01-29 Samsung officials questioned on bribery scandal
Investigators interrogated three senior Samsung Groups officials as part of the independent probe on allegations that the conglomerate amassed slush funds to bribe government officials, politicians and prosecutors.
2007-11-28 Samsung kept $215M slush fund, says former exec
Kim Yong-chul, the former legal affairs official of Samsung Group who has gone public with allegations that the company bribed government officials, gave more details about company officials' wrongdoings, according to the Yanhop News Agency.
2008-03-14 Otellini defends Intel before EC court
Intel's Paul Otellini this week met with members of the European Commission in Belgium, reportedly to defend the company against antitrust allegations raised by AMD.
2007-07-06 Microchip slaps piracy suit on China's Haier
Microchip Technology has taken Shanghai Haier to court over patent infringement allegations, AP reported.
2014-04-14 Is Huawei collateral damage in U.S.-China spy game?
Huawei is merely a telecom equipment maker looking to expand its business globally while being plagued with security allegations. It cannot be held responsible for hacking activities on its products, an IT consultant asserts.
2008-05-09 Intel paid PC makers to shun rival chips, AMD says
Advanced Micro Devices has expanded the allegations in its antitrust suit against rival Intel, saying the chip giant paid PC makers not to do business with AMD.
2007-07-20 IEEE 802.20 working group revises voting procedure
In response to allegations of voting irregularities, the IEEE 802.20 Executive Committee and Oversight Committee have revised the working group's procedures to 'one entity, one vote.'
2007-02-13 Analogix disputes lawsuit charges by Silicon Image
Analogix Semiconductor Inc. denied lawsuit allegations filed against the company by Silicon Image Inc. in a federal court in California.
2007-07-20 WTO says Japan's tariff on Hynix chips illegal
WTO has ruled that Japan illegally applied countervailing duties on DRAM chips made by South Korean Hynix Semiconductor, under the international trade rules.
2014-12-16 Will Qualcomm's investment win China's trust?
Qualcomm said some Chinese licencees were under-reporting their sales, acknowledging that the company is in a licensing dispute with another Chinese company.
2006-03-22 WAPI battle exposes technology rifts with China
Standards battles are usually black-and-blue affairs. But few have risen to the level of rancor surrounding the clash between the IEEE's 802.11i standard and China's domestic wireless-LAN standard, called WAPI.
2006-08-01 Voting exposes cracks in IEEE process
The IEEE's temporary suspension of activities at the 802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Working Group has unmasked festering policy problems within the broader 802 standards effort.
2004-02-23 UWB forms base of wireless USB, 1394 efforts
Members of the Multiband OFDM Alliance said its upcoming ultrawideband (UWB) specification will form the basis for a common radio that serves wireless USB, 1394 and potentially other interfaces.
2005-02-22 UMC chairman denies doing wrong in letter to Taiwan prosecutor
A Taiwan government investigation into local foundry chipmaker United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) took a dramatic twist on Friday (Feb. 18) with the company's chairman admitted he helped set up a Chinese foundry, an act that could lead to criminal charges, but denied wrong-doing in an open letter to the Taiwan prosecutor.
2007-06-22 Ubuntu, Red Hat reject Microsoft licensing deal
Red Hat and Ubuntu have refused to discuss with Microsoft a technology licensing deal similar to those the software maker has signed with other open source organizations.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2009-06-15 Top 10 electronics blunders
Every once in awhile, electronics firms or individuals who work for them do something that makes everyone else in the industry scratch their heads and, perhaps, wince. These are actions and decisions thatwhile they may seem perfectly logical to those making the decisionsdon't really add up in the minds of most people.
2003-12-09 TI, STMicro offer modular CDMA 1x chipset
Texas Instruments and STMicroelectronics have jointly announced an open, modular cdma2000 1x chipset that they believe will drive innovation and differentiation in what has to date been a relatively closed market dominated by Qualcomm.
2006-07-06 TI, Broadcom file complaints against Qualcomm in Korea
Texas Instruments and Broadcom have lodged complaints against Qualcomm with South Korea's Fair Trade Commission alleging that the cellphone modem chip maker had abused its dominant position in the market there.
2011-12-02 Synopsys pays $507 million to buy Magma
The acquisition is an opportunity for Synopsys to expand its R&D talent pool.
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