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Top-trending music topics on Twitter to fuel new TV show

Called "Trending 10," the program will be on the music-oriented cable TV network Fuse and is being produced in partnership with Twitter and Trident gum.

By April 24, 2013


Trident Aegis 'encapsulates' iPod Touch 4G

Looking for a tough iPod Touch 4G case with some style? The Aegis by Trident is worth checking out.

By February 9, 2011


"The people have tweeted": the Trident Layers ad

A full-page ad in USA Today and in the New York Times marks the next chapter of the never-ending "the conversation is your brand" saga. Trident, the chewing gum maker, bought the placements, and instead of using them to promote its latest product.

By December 20, 2009


New $150K supercar runs on biofuel, gets 70 mpg

After some false starts, the Trident Iceni is set to launch in July.

By June 6, 2011


Have it all: Lunascape, the browser with three engines

Gecko, Trident, and Webkit all in one browser. Some might say Lunascape 5 does too much.

By November 24, 2008


2 engineers sentenced for espionage

Case goes back to 2001 when the men, who had worked at Sun Microsystems, Transmeta, NEC, and Trident, were trying to smuggle chip design documents out of the U.S. and into China.

By November 22, 2008


Travel site SideStep gets $15 million in venture capital

Norwest Venture Partners leads round that includes Trident Capital, Leader Ventures and Saints Capital.

By February 6, 2007


Trident revamp cuts PC graphics chips

The chipmaker will exit the PC graphics market as part of a sweeping reorganization that will shift its focus to digital media products such as high-definition television.

By June 12, 2003


Trident sues fellow chipmakers

Graphics chipmaker Trident Microsystems has filed suit against Via Technologies and S3 Graphics, contending the companies conspired to misappropriate its trade secrets. The suit was filed in California's Santa Clara County Superior Court. Santa Clara-based Trident alleges that Taiwan-based Via and its S3 Graphics division worked with former Trident engineering employees to obtain confidential information and recruit other Trident engineers to gain a competitive advantage over the company. Trident also alleges that Via and S3 Graphics may be planning to use Trident trade secrets to compete against it. Via did not return phone calls seeking comment.

By May 1, 2001


Short Take: Via, Trident settle lawsuits

Via Technologies and graphics specialist Trident Microsystems said they have agreed to settle pending lawsuits between them. The companies developed an integrated chipset for budget PCs, but disagreements over the project ensued. Under the settlement, Via will pay Trident $10.2 million.

By April 20, 2000