I am very interested in power principles with respect to the semiconductor industry, so imagine my surprise when the following popped up on my desk this morning.
What is amazing is that the suit claims infringements all the way back to the Pentium III architecture. How did Transmeta allow this infringement to persist for so long? More than likely, this will die away quietly with an out-of-court settlement.
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