Intel sued by Univ of WI for Core 2 Duo patent infringement

“a lawsuit filed today by the University of Wisconsin claims that the processor infringes on patented technology developed by one of its professors.” This is absolutely absured!! why? Because University of Wisconsin took almost over a year and a half to come to this conclusion; Intel released Core 2 June of 2006; that it was their patent that Intel supposedly infringed. Although the technology was already present in their Intel Pentium III processors and the R&D on this chip was conducted in Isreal. What does that say? Knowingly University of Wisconsin put out this news to further affect the stock price of Intel (trying to short huh?) and in this time of recessionary period wanting some extra cash in leu of lawsuit, yeah ok good idea there.

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  1. Daniel says: Reply

    I read similar article also named ued by Univ of WI for Core 2 Duo patent infringement | superjunaid, and it was completely different. Personally, I agree with you more, because this article makes a little bit more sense for me

    1. thanks! I agree this does make more sense

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