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If there's one company that's hardly been affected by the ups and downs of the last decade, it's got to be Google, the firm that "does no evil".
Especially in consumer electronics
Leaky reactors, sabre-rattling boost sales
Critics bemoaning a lack of government support for business would do well to consider the boost US foreign policy gave one North Carolina company.
A Taiwanese semiconductor design company has complained to the US International Trade Commission (ITC) that AMD and others have breached a patent it owns relating to graphics cards.
Taiwanese wire Digitimes said that Richtek filed the complaint against AMD, uPI Semiconductor, Sapphire Technology, Diamond Multimedia and XFX Technology.
One of the patents, US patent number 7,315,190 is for a PWM circuit and a PWM integrated circuit, a patent granted to Richtek Technology Corp from Hsinchu, Taiwan, on the 16 of June 2006.
iSlate tablet versus the Nexus One smartphone
Over noise reduction technology
It's not what you know, it's who you know
Firm tipped as buy, FTC won't biteA refusal by Intel to license its buses and X86 IP led the FTC to begin its investigation into the chip giant, according to a financial analyst.
In a note to its clients, Broadpoint.Amtech said that the FTC investigation is unlikely to have any material effects on Intel's business, and won't give an uptick to Nvidia eithr.
The financial analysts are recommending "buy" on Intel's stocks (tick: INTC).
'Twas the night before Christmas
Wikipedia wants your cash, again
Long arm of Texas strikes again
Hell hath no fury like an Apple scorned