Lawyers from Cyrix and Creative Labs are locked together in discussions to iron out whether the use of the name Soundblaster constitutes an infringement, it emerged today.
Creative is concerned that software written by Cyrix engineers could infringe their trademark, but a source at the chip company said today that the legal position between the two could be resolved shortly.
Meanwhile, speculation mounted that Cyrix chips could support the Via chipset announced by AMD. Officials refused to confirm the reports.
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