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2009-01-13 Court: Rambus intentionally destroyed evidence
The U.S. District Court of Delaware has found that patents Rambus Inc. had asserted against Micron Technology Inc. are unenforceable, according to Micron. The Delaware Court found that "the spoliation conduct was extensive, including within its scope the destruction of innumerable documents relating to all aspects of Rambus' business."
2008-04-17 China strengthens IP enforcement, faces challenges
China has moved to evolve and bolster its enforcement of IP laws, but there are many challenges on the complex legal front in that nation, according to panelists at this week's Intellectual Property Symposium.
2014-04-29 Appellate court ruling may weaken Apple's claim vs Samsung
One of the patents-in-suit, named "quick links," revived an appellate court's decision in a separate infringement case against Motorola. Judge Lucy Koh presented the decision to the jury on Monday, reopening the case for two hours of additional expert witness testimony
2015-10-21 University wins infringement case against Apple
Apple was ordered to pay the University of Wisconsin $234 million in damages after a Wisconsin court decided that Apple's A7, A8 and A8X application processors had infringed its patent
2006-02-06 Tessera sues ST, ASE, SPIL, STATS, Siliconware
Tessera Technologies said that it has expanded its legal efforts by filing a patent suit against five companies: ASE, ChipMOS, STATS ChipPAC, STMicroelectronics and Siliconware.
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.
2006-02-23 Micron turns tables, sues Rambus
Micron Technology has filed a new lawsuit against Rambus in apparent retaliation for a suit filed by Rambus last month
2004-08-10 Exec says IBM won't use Linux patents as weapon
Nick Donofrio, IBM's senior VP of technology and manufacturing, pledged on August 5, 2004 not to use his company's extensive patent portfolio against Linux, a line that drew applause from attendees at the LinuxWorld conference
2010-08-25 CSR, Broadcom IP battle brewing
CSR has asserted a number of its patents against Broadcom Corp. in response to the latter's move to add patents to an infringement suit against CSR in a US district court
2006-04-19 Court nears verdict in Rambus vs. Hynix case
A decision in the long and bitter patent lawsuit by Rambus Inc. against Hynix Semiconductor Inc. is expected to be rendered as early as next week
2002-01-09 Zarlink chipset splits, tunes, processes RF cable signals
The SL2150F/SL2101/SL2009 integrated chipset is designed for splitting, tuning and processing digital and analog RF cable signals.
2008-07-18 Virage new DDR3 interface handles up to 1.6Gbit/s
Virage Logic has broadened its Intelli DDR memory interface product portfolio with the Intelli DDR3 memory interface that operates up to 1.6Gbit/s.
2008-10-30 U.S. court junks Nichia claims vs. Seoul Semi
The U.S. Court for the Central District of California has denied all the claims of Nichia Corp. and Nichia America Corp. (Nichia) in a lawsuit that the latter filed against Seoul Semiconductor under the Lanham Act and California state law.
2005-09-01 The basics of implementing DSP functions on low-cost FPGAs
For cutting-edge designs where cycles are tight, requirements are fluid, and expected volumes are uncertain, system companies implement most core functionality and DSP in low-cost FPGAs.
2005-04-07 Tessera, Hynix sign package license agreement
Packaging IP supplier Tessera Technologies has signed a new technology licensing agreement with Korea-based DRAM supplier Hynix Semiconductor.
2011-06-01 Tessera sues Sony for contract violation
Tessera has filed a lawsuit against Sony in the California State Court for violating of contract due to non-payment of royalties.
2004-12-06 Synopsys to settle litigation by acquiring Nassda
In a move that promises to end a long-running lawsuit, Synopsys Inc. is set to acquire rival EDA vendor Nassda Corp. for $192 million in a cash deal, Synopsys said Wednesday (Dec. 1).
2004-10-14 Synopsys says it will shelve Monterey's tools
In confirming earlier reports of its acquisition of Monterey Design Systems, Synopsys Inc. said it will acquire most of Monterey's assets except customer contracts and will shelve all existing Monterey tools.
2005-02-21 Synopsys loss meets guidance as license revenue falls
EDA vendor Synopsys Inc. posted a GAAP loss of $14.6 million, or 10 cents per share, on sales of $241.3 million in its first 2005 fiscal quarter ended Jan. 31, ostensibly due to the company's shift from an upfront to time-based license revenue model.
2010-10-13 SMIC finds focus
SMIC seems to be focusing on logic, analog and mixed-signal markets as it moves to restore customer confidence and emphasize profitability.
2005-07-27 SMIC close to moving out of the red
When it reports on Thursday (July 28), Chinese silicon foundry provider Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) is projected to meet expectations for Q2, with a possibility of moving out of the red in Q3, according to an analyst.
2015-08-27 Small RF filters handle multiple bands in single die
RF filter specialist Resonant claims to have developed multi-band techniques that allow two or three filters to share the same die, as well as creating tunable models that can change their frequency.
2007-02-08 Samsung to pay $90M settlement for DRAM price fixing
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has agreed to pay $90 million to settle litigation brought by 41 U.S. states pertaining to the company's alleged participation in a global DRAM price-fixing conspiracy.
2006-10-27 Rectangular LED chips enable thinner displays
The elongated chips from BridgeLux, available in 0.254-by-0.457mm and 0.254-by-0.584mm sizes, feature a rectangular shape, enabling thinner displays for mobile phones, PDAs, digital still cameras, MP3 players and notebook PCs.
2015-07-28 Qualcomm layoff spurred by activist investor letter
A letter Jana Partners wrote helped pull Qualcomm executives toward their restructuring plan, a letter that pointed out Qualcomm missed the mark with its latest Snapdragon smartphone processor.
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.
2010-08-23 MagSil turns MIT license into marketable MRAM
The company is using what it calls magnetic recording cell architecture to develop magnetoresistive RAM, the structure of which appears to be based on a traditional magnetic tunnel junction scheme.
2002-07-25 IXYS chips drive large-volume, midrange MOSFETs, IGBTs
IXYS Corp.'s dual 2A MOSFET/IGBT driver (IXD402) and single 9A device (IXD409) are optimized to drive large-volume, midpower-range IGBTs and MOSFETs with inverting or noninverting configuration.
2011-03-28 Is it goodbye for Itanium?
Oracle has opted to discontinue all software development for Intel's Itanium, prompting many to wonder if the microprocessor's days are numbered. Intel has however reiterated its commitment to Itanium.
2012-08-15 iPad asserts tablet market dominance amid court battle
IHS iSuppli named Apple's iPad as the leading tablet device in the market today with 70 percent share.
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