18th March 2001 Archive
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PC industry in Ramboom or Rambust?
An Intel advertising campaign worth over $300 million, bunches of PC manufacturers committed to Intel roadmaps, and giant semiconductor manufacturer companies, all face further turmoil through the year because of arcane arguments about electronics to be decided in a patent case at a court in Richmond, Virginia next month. Judge …
Channel 18 Mar 2001, 10:57
Updated Payneful decision may come today
A report on Electronic News said that US judge Robert E Payne made a pre-trial ruling yesterday that may destroy Rambus' claims that it holds vital patents on double data rate (DDR) and synchronous memory (SDRAM). But according to Bloomberg, quoting Infineon lawyer Robert Tyler, no such ruling was issued yesterday. Yesterday, …
Channel 18 Mar 2001, 11:00
Splosh! Bottom falls out of RMBS stock
There was painful news for Rambus shareholders yesterday after the judge in the case said Infineon lawyers could introduce allegations of criminal activity in an up-and-coming jury trial that originally focused on alleged patent infringements. Dow Jones, picking up on earlier stories from The Register and Electronic News, said …
Channel 18 Mar 2001, 11:09
Updated More Payne
In a memorandum signed Thursday, but embargoed until Friday, Judge Robert Payne limited the scope of Rambus' patent-infringement claims against Infineon scheduled to commence in court Tuesday, according to the Dow Jones wire service. The memo confirms a report Thursday by ElectronicNews which predicted the move and inspired a …
Business 18 Mar 2001, 11:09
- Review Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Proof the pen is mightier?
- Nuke plants to rely on PDP-11 code UNTIL 2050!
- Spin doctors brazenly fiddle with tiny bits in front of the neighbours
- Game Theory Out with a bang: The Last of Us lets PS3 exit with head held high
- That Microsoft-Nokia merger you've been predicting? It's no go