Hardware news tagged FTC

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Intel and FTC Modify Settlement, Intel May Omit PCI Express Support on "Oak Trail".
[7:36 pm]

Intel May Can PCIe Support on "Oak Trail" Processors for Tablets

 

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Intel Agrees Not to Force Out Competitors from the Market Using Questionable Business Means. {keywords}
[11:35 am]

Intel Settles Legal Dispute with Federal Trade Commission

 

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


Intel Expected to Settle with FTC with "Little Pain".
[9:38 pm]

Intel Unlikely to Get Considerable Fine from FTC

 

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Intel and FTC Looking Forward to Settle Dispute.
[6:42 am]

Intel and FTC in Talks to Resolve Dispute

 

Monday, December 28, 2009


FTC Lawsuit Will Not Be Able to Force Intel to Simplify x86 License Terms – Analyst.
[9:36 pm]

No Liberalization for x86 Licenses, Claims Observer

 

Tuesday, December 22, 2009


FTC Wants Intel to Simplify x86, Chipset Licensing Terms. {keywords}
[9:31 am]

FTC Wishes More Competition in the High-Tech Market Segment

 

Thursday, December 17, 2009


FTC Suit Against Intel May Help ARM to Expand in Netbook Space – Analysts.
[2:43 pm]

Actions Against Intel May Help ARM – ABI Research

FTC’s Lawsuit Against Intel Highlights Importance of GPU – Chief Exec of Nvidia.
[12:03 pm]

Nvidia’s CEO: FTC Lawsuit Will Help GPU Evolution

 

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Intel Denies Allegations of Federal Trade Commission: FTC’s Case – Misguided.
[10:39 pm]

Intel Claims Its Actions Have Benefitted Consumers

FTC Accuses Intel of Anti-Competitive Behavior Against AMD, Nvidia. {keywords}
[1:37 pm]

FTC Wants to Ban Intel’s Bundling and Incentive Schemes

 

Thursday, November 27, 2008


FTC Asks Supreme Court to Re-Evaluate Rambus Antitrust Case.
[7:14 am]

FTC Wants Supreme Court to Admit Anticompetitive Behaviour of Rambus