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Rambus buys lighting technology

1/24/2011 05:02 PM EST
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selinz
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selinz   1/25/2011 4:56:02 PM
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All of the sudden people are painting Rambus as the Robin Hood of IP? A couple years ago they were viewed as the evil IP pirates. It's amazing what a couple of Company announcements can make!

elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   1/25/2011 11:45:44 AM
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Rambus can really do good to the inventors who can not save their inventions being steal by some one. Rambus has learned alot about the patents of their memory technologies and how to save them. Now they are trying to help the peoplw who has great inventions. Win win for both the parties. LCD backlighting technology has lot of future considering the new evolving technologies for the reliable and better back lighting.

kdboyce
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kdboyce   1/25/2011 7:05:35 AM
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Looks like deja vu in the making..... For inventors who do have valid patents but can't enforce them, Rambus can be the gorilla in the room.

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