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Microsoft, Motorola patent showdown in Seattle court

Software giant seeks to have a federal judge rule that Motorola's request for 2.25 percent royalty payments -- about $4 billion a year, by Microsoft's estimate -- is unreasonable.

By May 7, 2012

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Sean Parker drops more funding into Votizen

Famed investor and entrepreneur is joined by Ashton Kutcher and Lady Gaga's manager in the funding round. Votizen has now secured a total of $2.25 million from investors.

By February 24, 2012

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Digital video-ad startup BrightRoll raises $30 million

Managing 2.25 billion video ads monthly, BrightRoll challenges Hulu, YouTube and Tremor Media.

By November 15, 2011

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Inquiry of school Net funding deepens

The U.S. House of Representatives wants detailed information about the $2.25 billion federal program subsidizing Internet access for schools and libraries.

By March 13, 2003

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Epionet gets $2.25 million for B2B

Web services company Epionet has received a $2.25 million first round of funding. Epionet, based in Dublin, Ireland, received its funding from the Alliance Fund and private investors. The company plans to use the proceeds to launch its entry into the online business-to-business industry. See complete list.

By May 9, 2001

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Samsung MP3 player preloads songs

Samsung has released its $99 Mini Yepp MP3 player. The portable player measures 1.1 inches tall, 2.25 inches wide and 0.9 inches thick. It weighs 1.13 ounces. The Mini Yepp comes with 32MB of memory and connects to PCs for music downloads via a USB port. The player's LCD lists the date and time and music track information. The Mini Yepp also comes with several full-length audio tracks preinstalled from artists including Samantha Mumba, Blues Traveler and Black Eyed Peas.

By May 10, 2001

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Infineon finishes plant construction

Infineon Technologies has completed construction on a fabrication plant in Dresden, Germany, that will allow the chipmaker to use larger 300-millimeter silicon wafers. The company said it will soon begin to install production equipment in the building. The larger wafers will allow Infineon to significantly cut the cost of producing memory chips, because 2.25 times as many chips can be cut from each wafer. Memory chips will begin to emerge from the factory in late 2002.

By April 23, 2001

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Infineon finishes plant construction

Infineon Technologies has completed construction on a fabrication plant in Dresden, Germany, that will allow the chipmaker to use larger 300-millimeter silicon wafers. The company said it will soon begin to install production equipment in the building. The larger wafers will allow Infineon to significantly cut the cost of producing memory chips, because 2.25 times as many chips can be cut from each wafer. Memory chips will begin to emerge from the factory in late 2002.

By April 23, 2001

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Short Take: TheStreet.com to enter Israeli venture

TheStreet.com plans to enter a joint venture with Ha'aretz, a leading Israeli newspaper publisher. TheStreet.com plans to invest $2.25 million in cash in exchange for a minority stake in a new Israeli company founded by Guy Rolnik and the Ha'aretz Group, the majority owner. The new venture will launch in 2000 and will feature financial and technology news in English and Hebrew.

October 27, 1999

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Lycos, iPrint in e-commerce deal

Lycos and iPrint.com announce a $2.25 million, multiyear deal that makes iPrint the exclusive print shop on both Lycos and its Tripod subsidiary.

August 24, 1998