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2007-02-02 Silicon Image sues Analogix for copyright infringement
Silicon Image Inc. filed a federal lawsuit against Analogix Semiconductor Inc. for copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and unlawful, unfair and fraudulent business practices.
2007-05-17 Intel settles infringement spat with China firm
Intel Corp. has announced that has settled a copyright infringement suit with Shenzhen Donjin Communication Technology Co., according to an AP report.
2006-12-22 Analog Devices sues Silicon Labs for patent infringement
Analog Devices has filed a lawsuit against Silicon Laboratories for multiple patent infringement and copyright complaints.
2007-03-14 Spansion, Macronix settle trademark infringement suit
Spansion and Macronix announced the resolution of litigation between the parties commenced by Spansion LLC, a subsidiary of Spansion, involving claims of false advertising, trademark dilution and copyright violations
2008-06-18 Analogix files antitrust suit vs. Silicon Image
Analogix Semiconductor Inc. has filed an antitrust complaint against Silicon Image in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
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.
2008-03-28 Silicon Labs, ADI settle patent suit
Silicon Labs and ADI have settled their patent suit relating to physical construction and signalling techniques of digital isolation products.
2011-08-11 Court bans Samsung's Galaxy Tab in EU
A district court in Germany has favored Apple and has temporarily barred Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in all countries of the European Union except The Netherlands, says reports.
2007-04-26 China cautions U.S. piracy complaint will damage trade ties
China vice premier Wu Yi warned that the U.S. complaints to the World Trade Organization over commercial piracy in China will "badly damage" trade ties.
2011-08-26 Giant chip vendors face patent lawsuit
Power Management Systems is suing Intel, Freescale and Marvel for allegedly violating its copyright contents, specifically the companies' Atom Z6xx, i.MX515 and PXA940 ICs
2010-07-28 US Library of Congress: It's legal to unlock iPhones
The US Librarian of Congress has ruled that consumers, educational institutions and others may develop software applications that allow them to unlock electronic equipment and bypass restrictions placed on such devices by manufacturers.
2011-11-29 Internet access sol'n improves network control
Sangfor's IAM v3.4 features user authentication, web filtering, application control and bandwidth management.
2006-06-14 Express Logic: micro-Velosity familiar to ThreadX RTOS
Embedded software provider Express Logic alleges that Green Hills infringed its ThreadX API, and took the case before the American Arbitration Association.
2006-03-28 Audio processor lengthens cellphone battery life
NEC Electronics America Inc. launched an audio processor that is said to enable 50hrs of continuous music playback on cellphones.
2014-12-23 3D printing spins confusion at copyrights
No matter which market analysis firm you go to, it will paint rosy picture for 3D printer and consumables market. Here we look at the current and upcoming capabilities of 3D scanners that help you "copy" designs for your 3D printing needs.
2015-05-07 The clash of IoT IP policies: Intel vs Qualcomm
How do the IP policies of Qualcomm-led AllSeen Alliance compare to Intel-led Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), and how does the legality surrounding "free software" and "open source" affect you?
2008-04-01 'Openness' fulfills SystemVerilog promise
Notes Stan Krolikoski of Cadence Design Systems: Open Verification Methodology is a truly open SystemVerilog class library and methodology package that can be used free of any restraints imposed by either Cadence or Mentor.
2008-01-21 'Open' is (not) just a four-letter word
There is presently a measure of "openness fatigue" permeating the industry, but that's because the term "open" has been far too often applied to products and organizations that are far from open in significant ways.
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