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October 12, 2006

Transmeta Sues Intel over Chip Power Patents

Transmeta is suing Intel over alleged patent violations in regard to chip power management schemes.  Transmeta claims that the infringing technology contained in Pentium 3, 4, M, Core, and Core 2 chips violates 10 patents which date from January, 2000.  Intel issued the usual "we can't comment as we haven't seen the complaint" comment.

A more detailed analysis is contained in this story in the San Jose Mercury News, and another in this story in Macworld.

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