Intergraph has asked the judge in its court case against Intel to award it a summary judgement without a trial because it believes it can prove the chip company never had a licence to use Intergraph's patents.
The patents on Intergraphs Clipper microprocessor are one part of an overall court battle being fought out between the two companies. Intel has already filed a similar motion.
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Australian government to require technology and communications companies to provide access to messages
New bill avoids demanding 'backdoors' in encryption, but includes measures to compel companies to provide access to encrypted communications