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Intel hit with federal antitrust lawsuit in US

Intel is being sued in the United States for breaking federal and New York state antitrust laws.The New York attorney general, Andrew Cuomo, announced on Wednesday that he had filed the suit, charging that "Intel violated state and federal anti-monopoly laws by engaging in a worldwide, systematic campaign of illegal conduct — revealed in e-mails — in order to maintain its monopoly power and prices in the market for microprocessors".

November 4, 2009 by

HP's Threadlogs: How to Mess with a Buyer's Head 101

Among the many things that Intel spokesperson Barbara Grimes must do on a semi-annual basis, one of them is to spank yours truly for saying anything remotely derogatory about that company's Centrino brand.  As I did last week, I routinely drag my opinion of the Centrino brand out of the closet when I think it's relevant to current events (as I felt it was to AMD's lawsuit against Intel).

July 7, 2005 by

AMD files antitrust suit against Intel

AMD has filed a lawsuit against Intel in the American courts accusing the chipmaker of forcing major customers to accept exclusive deals and withholding rebates and marketing subsidies to punish those customers who, it says, buy more AMD processors than agreed with Intel.

June 28, 2005 by

Intel settles Itanium patent suit for US$225m

Intel announced overnight in the US it would pay Intergraph US$225 million to settle a patent infringement lawsuit over its Itanium chips. The agreement brings to a close all outstanding patent infringement litigation between the two parties, which has cost Intel a total of US$675 million in settlement payments.

March 30, 2004 by

Infineon loses motion in Rambus case

The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday denied a motion filed by Infineon that, if granted, would have allowed a panel of judges to examine a recent ruling that essentially overturned trial-level verdicts in favor of the German memory maker in its lawsuit against Rambus, which designs high-speed memory. In the lawsuit, Rambus accused Infineon of infringing its patents while Infineon accused Rambus of fraud.

April 4, 2003 by

Intel dropping Rambus for workstations

SAN JOSE, Calif.--Intel will no longer include support for memory based on designs for Rambus DRAM technology in new workstation chipsets, although it will continue to update its desktop chipsets to work with RDRAM, company executives said at the Intel Developer Forum here.

September 12, 2002 by

Athlon XP/2600+: conclusion

AMD released the Athlon XP/2600+ to market earlier than expected. This was urgently necessary, as the Intel architecture has been constantly improving, with faster PC1066 Rambus memory and a quicker 533MHz frontside bus.

September 3, 2002 by

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