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posted in November 1999

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ISSCC: transistors scale new giga heights
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11/8/1999   Post a comment
The profound impact of the communications revolution will be felt at the 33rd International Solid-State Circuits Conference here next Feb. 6 to 10, as researchers edge previously lab-bound technologies into the commercial world of videophones, whizzy networks and single-chip radios.
Judge determines Microsoft a monopolist
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11/5/1999   Post a comment
Antitrust experts said Friday (Nov. 5) that Microsoft Corp. faces an uphill legal battle now that a federal judge has ruled that it enjoys monopoly power that "distorts competition" in the PC operating system market.
Choppy seas ahead for IP business
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11/3/1999   Post a comment
The Intellectual Property (IP) block business is in a state of "chaos" now, but the design technique will grow and evolve over time, giving programmable logic a run for its money.


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