Intel told to pay $2.18 billion to VLSI Technology for infringing two patents

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Intel accuses VSLI of patent trolling, says it will appeal

A federal court in the US has ordered chipmaker Intel to pay $2.18 billion in damages to VLSI Technology for infringing two of its patents. According to Bloomberg, a federal jury in Waco, Texas,...

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