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New Linux look fuels old debate April 17, 2006 The use of closed-source software to give Linux slick graphics is keeping a thorny legal and philosophical dispute alive.
Apple: iPod means our pod August 15, 2006 Mac maker cries trademark infringement, sends cease-and-desist letters to companies using "pod" in product names.
Rise of the patent trolls October 12, 2005 HP's Joe Beyers urges the formation of a consortium to combat what he sees as a patent shakedown.
IP company sues AMD over patents November 17, 2006 Opti, an intellectual property company, alleges that the chipmaker violated patents with its Opteron processors and other products.
HP sues Acer again over patents April 23, 2007 In second suit against Acer in a month, HP seeks to prevent Taiwan-based PC maker from selling its computers in the U.S.
Carbon nanotube firms merge March 22, 2007 Unidym snaps up Carbon Nanotechnologies, as the search for a mass-market application of carbon nanotubes continues.
February 23, 2006 Trying to sway critics
Chizen: Friends, foes and China November 9, 2005 newsmaker The big, burgeoning Asian nation is much on the mind of Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen. Then there's the little matters of Apple and Microsoft.
Balancing law with tech and privacy March 8, 2008 Legal issues collide with privacy, intellectual property, innovation, and technology at the Legal Futures Conference at Stanford University. Why we should care about the spectrum debate
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