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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.
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.
2006-12-05 Mosaid acquires PSRAM patent portfolio
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has acquired a portfolio of pseudo-SRAM (PSRAM) technology, consisting of three U. S. patents, three Taiwan patents and three Korea patents.
2014-04-04 Microsoft engages in OS-for-free, Web data battles
Microsoft will offer Windows for free to wearable devices that connect to the Web, with a target to gain a foothold in user-generated data.
2006-03-28 Microsoft appeals Korea Fair Trade Commission decision
Microsoft filed an appeal with the Seoul High Court to review the decision in the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) case against Microsoft.
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.
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.
2005-05-30 Mentor prepares to acquire Aptix Corp.
A year after rapid prototyping provider Aptix Corp. filed for bankruptcy following the jailing of its former CEO, Mentor Graphics Corp. has stepped up to the plate to purchase Aptix, EE Times has learned.
2007-10-15 Maxim lodges infringement complaint vs. Anpec
Maxim Integrated Products has filed a patent infringement complaint against Taiwan-based Anpec Electronics in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
2012-12-28 Marvell faces $1.17B fine due to patent infringement
A U.S. federal jury has found Marvell guilty of infringing patents developed by Carnegie Mellon University and has been ordered to pay $1.17 billion in damages.
2006-10-11 MagnaChip withdraws patent claims from Seoul court
Pixelplus announced Magnachip Semiconductor has completely withdrawn claims on the disputed photo diode and sensor patents from the latter's complaint in Seoul central district court.
2011-03-01 Litigation shows maturity of broadband cellular modem market
The broadband cellular modem market, especially the USB segment, is becoming commoditized, according to ABI Research.
2007-06-20 LG hits back at Hitachi with PDP patent countersuit
LG has countersued Hitachi over alleged patent infringement of its PDP technology.
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.
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).
2006-02-14 Korean patent court decides on FormFactor case
FormFactor announced the Korean Patent Court issued an oral ruling declining to render a decision on the company's Korean patent no. 252,457 regarding wafer probe card technology.
2004-04-12 Kodak, Sony in digicam patent battle
Rivals Eastman Kodak Co. and Sony Corp. are locked in a patent infringement battle as competition in the U.S. digital still camera market heats up.
2012-05-02 Jury: Fairchild, Power Integrations infringed patents
The verdict concluded the first phase of trial in the litigation which began in 2008.
2005-12-22 Japanese makers turn tables in Patriot Scientific suit
High-tech IP company Patriot Scientific Corp. has been named a defendant in five declaratory judgment lawsuits filed in the Federal District Court in Oakland, Calif., by a group of 20 Japanese electronics manufacturers.
2006-11-10 ITC judge rules in favor of Hynix, report says
An administrative judge from the U.S. International Trade Commission rejected claims by Toshiba that Hynix Semiconductor infringed upon its NAND flash-memory patents.
2008-06-17 ITC favors Broadcom on patent suit against SiRF
The U.S. ITC has rejected claims by SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. that two of its GPS patents were infringed by Global Locate, a company Broadcom Corp. acquired in July 2007.
2015-02-17 IP battle heats up between Apple, Ericsson
The two companies has been unable to settle their dispute over the size of royalties Apple should be paying for Ericsson-owned intellectual property rights (IPR) related to LTE standards.
2011-05-05 Intel eyeing foundry deal with Apple
An Intel-Apple alliance makes strategic sense. As Apple's growing smartphone-tablet market share positions Intel in these markets, Intel's manufacturing lead gives Apple added advantage in these segments.
2007-01-17 Intel countersues Transmeta, reports say
Intel Corp. has countersued a much smaller developer of microprocessors, Transmeta Corp., alleging patent infringement in a Delaware court, according to online reports.
2009-12-18 Intel charged for software tweak to slow rival chips
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is suing Intel Corp., alleging the chip giant for a decade of illegally using its dominant market position to stifle competition and strengthen its monopoly.
2011-08-12 Innofidei, Siano settle dispute
Siano and Innofidei have announced that they have resolved their dispute amicably and expeditiously. The companies are dropping the court cases against each other on the basis of mutual respect.
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.
2005-11-14 Industry group forms to consolidate Linux patents
A group of tech giants linked up on Thursday to promote Linux globally, with the unveiling of a new company called the Open Invention Network (OIN).
2014-01-30 Impact of Google-Samsung licensing deal is yet to be seen
While the firms refused to disclose details about the patents covered, an analyst portends that innovations that emerge from the cross-licensing deal will eventually trickle down to other OEMs.
2008-03-26 Icahn is creating 'distractions,' Motorola says
Motorola accused its billionaire investor Carl Icahn of being more interested in creating 'distractions' than in entering into discussions with executives about the communications equipment vendor's future.
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