12th > April > 2004 Archive

Intel puts 'Britney Spears silicon' in new X-Scale chip

Intel made a major bid today to boost its cell phone chip business with the release of a new Xscale processor - code-named Bulverde.
Ashlee Vance, 12 Apr 2004

Intel launches Bulverde, Marathon

UpdateIntel today formally launched 'Bulverde', the next generation of its XScale processor family, as the PXA270.
Tony Smith, 12 Apr 2004

Microsoft squares Intertrust DRM suit for $440m

Microsoft is paying $440m to settle its long-running digital rights management (DRM) patent infringement dispute with Intertrust. The one-off pay-out means that Microsoft customers can use their software "as they are intended to be used without requiring a license from InterTrust".
Drew Cullen, 12 Apr 2004
DVD it in many colours

AMD gives up processor profits to Intergraph

AMD has agreed to pay Intergraph up to $25m to settle a chip patent dispute.
Ashlee Vance, 12 Apr 2004

NH judge throws out paedo chat-log evidence

When a New Hampshire judge threw out chat-log evidence against an accused pedophile, he illustrated just how jumbled and confused Internet privacy law can be, writes SecurityFocus columnist Mark Rasch.
Mark Rasch, 12 Apr 2004

Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2017