Intel loses Itanium patent ruling

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by vniow, Oct 11, 2002.

  1. vniow
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    Notice that they infringed Intergraph's patents on the Pentium as well, interesting.

    150 mil isn't anything they can't handle, but it doesn't make them look good.

    And you're complaining why?;)

    Enjoy.:)
     
  2. davidc2182
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    hahahaha

    sheesh microsloth steals from apple and intel steals from another processor company, jeez isnt it just typical? they cannot do anything original
     
  3. mac15
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  4. bousozoku
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    Nice to see that Intergraph has come out a winner again. They're amazing! I'm not sure that the money will help a lot, other than to pay the attorneys' fees, though.

    If only it were so easy to prove software issues.
     
  5. davidc2182
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    my only question is

    why did they get so little money? i mean if intel hadn't stolen like they did, its possible other chip fabs could have been more successful than intel.
     

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