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2007-08-08 U.S. judge overrules verdict on Microsoft-Alcatel case
A U.S. judge has overturned a jury verdict ordering Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion for infringing on the latter's patents.
2006-05-19 O2Micro obtains patent jury verdict on inverter controller
O2Micro announced that the jury in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Texas returned a favorable verdict on its patent infringement action against BiTEK, SPI, FSP and Lien Chang Electronic.
2012-08-30 Jury gave fair verdict in Apple vs. Samsung case, foreman says
Foreman insists that each jury member had working knowledge of hardware/software functions as well as patent jargon so they were able to deliberate assiduously.
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.
2008-09-26 Appellate court sustains jury verdict on Qualcomm breach
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a unanimous jury verdict that Qualcomm's cellular chips and software infringe two Broadcom patents.
2012-05-02 Jury: Fairchild, Power Integrations infringed patents
The verdict concluded the first phase of trial in the litigation which began in 2008.
2006-10-13 Jury favors Power Integrations in patent case against Fairchild
Power Integrations announced that it has won a verdict in its patent-infringement lawsuit against Fairchild Semiconductor.
2005-02-01 IP protection vs. EDA innovation
We're apparently not going to get a court verdict on whether Nassda's founders stole Synopsys trade secrets, and we're left with lingering questions about how to protect IP without discouraging startups.
2015-12-21 Fairchild pays $140M to Power Integrations for infringement
Power Integrations recently filed another lawsuit to address Fairchild's ongoing infringement of Power Integrations' patents, including additional products not included in the latest verdict.
2013-06-26 Xbox 360 E mimics predecessor
Xbox 360 E adopts Xbox One's looks and may have cured Red Ring of Death, says teardown team at iFixit.
2013-01-24 Uncertainty in DRAM market to persist this year
IHS forecasted that DRAM revenue this year will reach $30 billion, up 14 per cent from $26.4 billion last year, marking the first time since 2010 that global DRAM market revenue will rise.
2007-05-08 U.S. jury dismisses fraud claims against Canon
Canon Inc. has announced that a U.S. jury dismissed Nano-Proprietary Inc.'s fraud claims against the company, which involves a patent license for developing surface-conduction electron-emitter display TVs.
2007-09-28 U.S. court orders TSMC to pay UniRAM $30.5M
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has awarded UniRAM Technology $30.5 million in a decision asserting that TSMC had misused UniRAM's trade secrets.
2008-04-22 TSMC likely to pay UniRAM additional $5M
Chief Judge Vaughn Walker has granted the motion of UniRAM Technology Inc. to enter judgment in its favor following the September 2007 jury trial against Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
2006-09-19 Toshiba, Lexar settle patent dispute
Toshiba has settled a NAND flash memory patent dispute with Lexar Media Inc., a subsidiary of Micron Technology.
2005-12-06 Toshiba gains new trial in Lexar suit
Toshiba said that it has been granted a new trial in Lexar Media's suit over alleged claims of misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of fiduciary duty against the Japanese company.
2007-10-31 Taiwan fabs appeal for softer policy on China investment
Taiwan's top two foundries have appealed to the government to loosen the restrictions on chip investments in China, according to a report from the Associated Press.
2006-08-30 Samsung, Matsushita did not infringe on each other, court rules
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd did not infringe on each other's DRAM-related patents, a U.S. district court has ruled last week.
2012-09-04 Samsung scores patent win in Japan
Tokyo judge finds Samsung not guilty of infringing synchronization feature from Apple.
2012-10-04 Samsung Galaxy Tab back in U.S. stores
A U.S. federal court has lifted the sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 more than a month after patent suit resolution.
2002-10-01 Recruitment, pay issues highlight 2002 survey
Asia's electronics engineers are still looking for the proverbial light at the end of tunnel as a prolonged economic downturn continues to hound the global electronics industry. Last year's forecast of a 2002 recovery has long been forgotten, and companies are bracing themselves from the impact of the accounting scandals that have rocked Wall Street. On the other hand, the continued exodus of multinational electronic manufacturers to mainland China as well as India and Taiwan's efforts to strengthen their respective IC design sectors have somewhat intensified the recruitment of electronic engineers in Asia.
2006-05-05 Rambus reasserts pressure in Asia
Rambus is knocking on the doors of DRAM and memory controller makers in Asia with the hope of striking licensing agreements that cover its patents in memory technology.
2008-03-28 Rambus is victorious in trial vs. memory makers
Rambus has scored a legal victory against memory makers Hynix Semiconductor, Micron Technologies and Nanya Technology in relation to its participation in the early 1990s in the standards body Jedec.
2006-04-26 Rambus awarded $306.9M in Hynix case
A federal jury has awarded Rambus more than $306.9 million in a patent infringement dispute with South Korean chipmaker Hynix Semiconductor.
2002-06-05 Rambus appeal hinges on disclosure rules
Rambus Inc. told a federal appeals panel on Monday (June 3) that it had no duty to disclose its synchronous DRAM patent claims to an industry standards group.
2008-11-20 Qualcomm guilty of contempt of Broadcom injunction
A federal judge has found Qualcomm Inc. in contempt of an injunction entered last December, which was meant to prevent the company from continued infringement of two Broadcom 3G patents.
2008-09-02 Qualcomm found in contempt of Broadcom patents
A federal judge found Qualcomm Inc. in contempt of an injunction he ordered last December designed to prevent Qualcomm from continued infringement of three Broadcom patents.
2014-03-28 NSA to bug Huawei firmware to spy on potential targets
According to documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the intelligence agency penetrated the corporate networks of Huawei to build security flaws into the source code. Huawei would then integrate those backdoors in its own products and distribute to a large customer base.
2008-07-03 MPS victorious in case vs. Linear
The United States District Court for the District of Delaware has determined that Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) did not breach its Oct. 1, 2005 settlement and license agreement with Linear Technology Corp.
2014-12-09 Minimising small cell manufacturing cost
Learn about the major aspects of setting up multi-DUT test systems, and the advantages of the PXI modular platform for implementing such systems.
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