...Probably not what anyone was hoping for.
The annual CMWS has come to a close and the winners announced!
With the 500D in pieces, it's time to rebuild it - Alex style.
Looks to follow Apple to homebrew chips.
Uses victory over Oculus VR as a platform.
Looks to fill an Apple-shaped hole.
No more Pirate Bay links on page one.
Picks up Delta Force and more.
Expert claims factual inaccuracies.
Looks to new and old IP.
ARM IP built in Intel fabs.
No 'other compensation,' says Nvidia.
Despite ORG's best efforts.
Could be part of its GPU push.
16,000 patents, two plants, pile of cash.
Snags a chip for its new EC2 platform.
Alleges misappropriation of VR IP.
A former Intel engineer has admitted stealing trade secrets as he left the company for rival AMD.
Cisco has successfully completed preliminary tests of its DoD-sponsored Internet Routing in Space device, offering direct IP routing between satellites.
Intellectual property holding company OPTi is seeking arbitration against Nvidia, claiming that the company has broken a licensing agreement for a patent on pre-snoop tech.
Darl McBride's position of CEO and President at The SCO Group has been terminated, which could halt the drawn-out legal campaign against Linux.
Notorious BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay is set to launch a virtual private network service next week which will offer completely anonymous data transit.
The ailing SCO company has been ordered to cease its vexatious lawsuits and pay Novell over $2.54 million after falsely accusing the company of using its UNIX IP to better Linux.
The controversial anti-piracy bill PRO-IP has been signed into law by the US President, and although at least one questionable measure has been removed complaints still remain.
The European Court of Justice has issued a set of new directives for IP theft. It could be good news for the Internet user... or not.
The owner of Facebook is facing allegations of stealing the idea from his fellow classmates at Harvard University.
November 18 2019 | 09:00
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