Texas Instruments said it will appeal to Japan's Supreme Court, after it lost the latest round of its patent battle against Fujitsu. The Tokyo High Court yesterday rejected an appeal by TI, and ruled that chips made by Fujitsu did not infringe a TI patent, known as the 'Kilby patent' after a seminal TI engineer and one of the pioneers of the integrated circuit.
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