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2008-04-17 Pixelplus to pay $1M to settle shareholder class suit
South Korea's Pixelplus has reached a tentative settlement to resolve the consolidated shareholder class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York filed.
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.
2004-10-12 Class-action suit filed against Infineon over DRAM pricing
Lasky & Rifkind Ltd, a law firm with offices in New York and Chicago, has filed a class-action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California against Infineon Technologies AG, the firm said Wednesday (Oct. 6).
2006-03-20 Class action suit expanded against IBM
Attorneys for plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit against IBM seeking overtime pay announced that the suit has expanded to include state claims in Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota and New Jersey.
2007-12-06 Apple, AT&T face lawsuit over iPhone voice mail tech
A patent infringement lawsuit has been filed by Klausner Technologies against Apple and AT&T over the voice mail technology used by the iPhone
2007-09-18 NAND makers face class action suit over price fixing
SanDisk and 23 other companies are facing a class action suit over alleged price fixing for NAND flash memory devices in the market
2002-03-13 Samsung files patent infringement lawsuit against ScanDisk
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against supplier of Flash data storage products ScanDisk Corp
2008-04-02 Apple sued over 'inflated' claims for iMac display
U.S. consumer law firm Kabateck Brown Kellner has filed a federal class action lawsuit against Apple, saying that the company marketed its new 20-inch iMac in a way that grossly inflated the capabilities of the monitor.
2006-08-15 Lawsuits filed against SanDisk for M-Systems acquisition
Two lawsuits filed have been filed against SanDisk with regard to the proposed acquisition of M-Systems, which SanDisk had recently proposed to buy for about $1.35 billion.
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.
2006-05-12 Firms reportedly to settle DRAM pricing-fixing suit
Samsung, Hynix and Infineon have reportedly agreed to pay fines totaling $160 million to resolve a class-action lawsuit alleging DRAM price fixing.
2004-08-23 Dominant, Osram pursue patent claims in court
The "patent wars" between Osram Opto Semiconductors and Dominant Semiconductors sparked anew when Dominant filed an unfair competition lawsuit against Osram
2015-01-28 Lattice Semiconductor to buy Silicon Image for $600M
Lattice Semiconductor will acquire Silicon Image for approximately $600 million. The boards of directors of both companies have unanimously approved the transaction.
2009-05-19 EC ruling hits Intel with $1.45B fine, PR nightmare
With $10.6 billion in cash and short-term investments as at the end of Q1, Intel Corp. would seem to have more than ample resources to pay off a $1.45 billion fine levied by the European Commission for actions that violated antitrust rules.
2007-04-23 Another Samsung exec pleads guilty in DRAM scandal
Another executive from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has agreed to plead guilty to participating in a global conspiracy to fix DRAM prices.
2008-09-17 Analyst: Fabless model is 'stressed out'
In a report, analyst Doug Freedman wrote that the "fabless business model seems to be getting stressed out" and that the Nvidia-TSMC relationship "sounds problematic" and "needs to evolve."
2008-03-28 Nvidia leads list of early Vista driver crashes
According to a list of driver crashes in Vista compiled by Microsoft that was unsealed by U.S. District Judge Marsha J. Pechman in late February, Nvidia was responsible for nearly 29 percent of all such crashes.
2008-09-03 Defective HD TVs spell legal woes for Hitachi
The U.S. subsidiary of Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer Hitachi Ltd is being sued over alleged defects in the company's high-definition TV sets.
2002-04-11 Mentor says court backs claim of Cadence infringement
Mentor Graphics Corp. has won a summary judgment of patent infringement against the Quickturn division of Cadence Design Systems Inc., and is preparing for a trial that will include charges of trade secret theft, the company has revealed.
2005-08-10 Korean regulators put the heat on Intel
Antitrust authorities in Korea have started looking into rebate and marketing deals Intel Corp. has made with personal computer manufacturers there, according to a regulatory filing Monday (Aug. 8).
2004-09-20 Infineon agrees to pay $160M fine in U.S. DRAM price-fixing probe
Infineon Technologies AG has agreed to pay a $160 million fine as part of a federal DRAM price-fixing probe, the Justice Department said.
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