Apple to drop Imagination Technologies licenses by 2019
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Company is working on a separate independent graphics design

Imagination Technologies, the leading graphics processing unit supplier for Apple, issued a press statement on Monday saying that the fruit-themed gadget maker will no longer use the group’s intellectual property in new products manufactured 15 months to two years from now.

Would you trust windows in your Microsoft cars?
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Cortana, Office365, Skype, and Azure cloud integration in the car

Microsoft said that it will begin licensing some of its intellectual property (IP) for internet-connected automobiles in an effort to usher in a new wave of real-time communications, roadside assistance, infotainment services, and self-driving features for consumers over the next few years.

TSMC CEO signals sharp rebuke of Chinese-appointed directors
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It will not be easy to protect intellectual property

In a TSMC annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, company executive Morris Chang made a clear and concise policy decision on whether Chinese investors should be allowed to appoint directors to the Taiwan-based company’s board.

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Patent trolling continues into 2012


The suit suggests the company violated its rights