The agreement marks the latest collaboration among tech giants. In the past weeks, Samsung also reached deals with Google and Ericsson.
The two companies are pretty vague about the terms but take veiled shots at Apple.
An executive at the chipmaker dismisses Intel's recent words as a media blitz and says that the issue has since "died down."
Software giant and printer maker Lexmark enter a patent cross-licensing agreement, designed to encompass a wide swath of their products.
The Japanese firm is just the latest to ink such a deal with Redmond. The audio/visual gear maker also licenses the Windows Rally technology for connecting PCs and consumer electronics.
LG tightens ties with Google in a patent cross-licensing agreement that is set to last for at least a decade, following similar moves by Korean rival Samsung earlier this year.
Newly unsealed legal file indicates Samsung paid Microsoft $1B in 2013 alone to license patents Android allegedly infringed.
The smartphone giants settled their patent suits outside the US. But that may mean they'll pay even more attention to Apple's home turf.
The two companies will share intellectual property on a "broad range of products and services," including those for certain digital imaging and mobile consumer products.
A Samsung attorney argues that just because the company is asking for much lower damages than Apple -- $7 million versus $2 billion -- doesn't mean it doesn't respect patents.