Weekend tech reading (7.13)

By on July 13, 2008, 11:01 AM
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Rambus Sues NVIDIA for Patent Infringement Rambus is no stranger to the world of patent infringement suits. Today it announced that it filed a patent infringement suit against NVIDIA in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Dailytech.

Jobs, lawyer cleared of criminal charges Steve Jobs is off the hook for options backdating charges, according to the Wall Street Journal. Not that he was ever really on the hook. More interesting is that former Apple lawyer Nancy Heinen has also been cleared on criminal charges although she still faces civil litigation with the SEC. ZDNet.

Verizon Officially Launches LG Chocolate 3 Verizon and LG's sweet tooths have combined to offer the LG Chocolate 3, a new clamshell music device that's ready to rock. With an external front navigation wheel, which should help offer a smooth navigation experience, and dual stereo speakers, the Chocolate 3 is also packed with features. Mobile Burn.

Google Co-founders Talk Tech Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergei Brin and CEO Eric Schmidt sat down unexpectedly Thursday for 75 minutes with a dozen journalists to give their impressions on the state of the technology community and Google's place in it. MediaWeek.

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