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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.
2011-07-27 GSI sues Cypress, other SRAM vendors
GSI has filed a complaint in the U.S. federal court accusing Cypress and other SRAM vendors of monopolizing the SRAM market.
2008-08-19 For sale? SanDisk rumors circulate
The big rumor is that Seagate Technology Inc. is interested in buying all or part of SanDisk Corp., according to sources in the industry.
2005-02-21 EDA 'bigwigs' field provocative questions
EDA executives sparred over a variety of topics at the Design and Verification Conference (DVCon) "Bigwigs Panel" moderated by industry gadfly John Cooley Tuesday (Feb. 15).
2007-12-13 Dell aims touchscreen tablet PC at Gen Y workers
Dell this week rolled out its first tablet PC, saying that businesses are ready to consider more flexible types of computers for employees who belong to the twenty-something group or the so-called Gen Y.
2006-02-27 Court denies Rambus' bid to prove chip makers colluded
A San Francisco court decision last week refused Rambus Inc.'s motion to release possible evidence that a number of chip makers conspired against the company by fixing prices and engaging in other anti-competitive practices.
2012-08-13 Consumers unable to distinguish Samsung's devices from Apple
A survey conducted by apple shows that half of the consumers who viewed Samsung's two handsets thought they were iPhones.
2003-08-15 Cirrus, Nvidia ink pact for litigation settlement
Nvidia and Cirrus Logic both entered into a cross-license agreement and have settled all outstanding litigation between the companies.
2006-06-07 Chipmakers struggle to play Apple's iPod game
Chip vendors are having a difficult time in scoring a coveted design win for Apple's popular iPod MP3 player. Despite news of Samsung's "punishment," SigmaTel is still not assured.
2004-04-22 Canceled Synopsys-MoSys deal seen headed to court
Synopsys Inc.'s abrupt termination of its merger agreement with memory IP vendor Monolithic System Technology Inc. (MoSys) will likely prompt MoSys to seek a shotgun wedding through a lawsuit, according industry analysts.
2006-04-19 Bivar solution helps engineers to easily incorporate latest LED tech
Bivar introduced a 1W LED Block series designed for use in industrial, automotive, architectural, backlighting and intense single or multiple lighting apps.
2002-06-10 Backyard inventor inks deals with LCD giants
After more than two years of litigation, the holder of patents covering thin-film deposition processes used to make LCDs has signed licensing agreements with 16 flat-panel and semiconductor manufacturers for use of his technology.
2007-12-27 Applied, AMEC face off over trade secrets
Applied Materials and China fab-tool rival AMEC have agreed to disagree over a confidentially motion filed as part of a bitter legal battle between the two companies involving trade secrets.
2011-07-18 Apple to use both Samsung, TSMC?
Apple could possibly qualify both Samsung and TSMC as second-sources for its iPad processors. With this strategy, Apple could move orders between the suppliers to maintain downward price pressure.
2012-08-29 Android may face darker days ahead in wake of Apple's win
With an arsenal of court backed arguments, Apple now holds a legal edge over its Android based competition.
2004-06-02 Ampex seeks ban on imports of Sanyo's digital cameras
Ampex Corp. is claiming that Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd infringed its intellectual property and is seeking a ban on U.S. imports and sales of Sanyo's digital still cameras and camera phones using the dispute technology.
2005-02-24 AMD invests in Patriot, licenses processor IP from firm
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. on Tuesday (Feb. 22) purchased restricted shares in Patriot Scientific Corp. and licensed the company's intellectual property (IP) portfolio.
2011-01-24 3D gesture recognition sheds "child's play" image
From its simple beginnings as a gaming interface for Nintendo's Wii, 3D gesture recognition will soon figure prominently in smartphones and the TV remote. Proponents predict that the hardware for gesture recognition will become as ubiquitous in smartphones as the camera module.
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