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Thread: Judge says Intel's Itanium chip infringes patents




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    I wonder if this had a lot to do also with "Yamhill" being fast tracked as well. :?:

    I like to see the small win occassionally. :thumb:
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    OK I'm done, that's funny as hell tho. Looks like Intel may have problems designing a new chip that doesnt infringe on anyone elses chip design.






    ...ok now I am really done...
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I wonder if this had a lot to do also with "Yamhill" being fast tracked as well. :?:

    I like to see the small win occassionally. :thumb:
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    I'm with you Wiggo :thumb: It's nice to see the David kick Goliaths
    butt once in a while :D
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    Yes it is. Very refreshing to see someone stick it to Intel.
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    this is far from over, Intel will be taking this case as far as they can take it....appeal after appeal after appeal.

    Intels best strategy will be to rack up soo much laywer fees for Intergraph taht it wil put Intergraph out of business. Then they will not have a lwasuit anymore. (This is just speculation?!?):laugh:

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