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IBM, Mosaid settle over embedded DRAM patents

12/17/2010 08:21 PM EST
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re: IBM, Mosaid settle over embedded DRAM patents
goafrit   12/18/2010 8:55:49 PM
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The unfortunate incident is that the company that files most patents is the one settling for infringement. So what do they patent? Good one for the legal men who just made money, bad for the engineering small folks doing real things.

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