Author: JT Smith
After months of huffing, and puffing, and threatening to blow Infineon’s house down, a federal judge in Virgina sent Rambus and its patent lawsuit packing. Last week, the same judge tossed out all but three of Rambus’ 54 claims that European memory maker Infineon had infringed upon its patents; by eliminating the final three, the case has been thrown out of court. Rambus CEO Geoff Tate said he was “disappointed” with the ruling and that his company would appeal the decision. Read the full story at CNET News.com.