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Transmeta says Intel used its technology - Transmeta says Intel used its technology
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"Experts" think educating computer users about the evils of the computer world is useless. I guess this is worth a shot, a poker giant says it's exempt from the US gaming ban. Transmeta is suing Intel for patent infringement.

Santa Clara, Calif.-based Transmeta alleges that Intel violated 10 of its patents and that the intellectual property behind these patents is embodied in $100 billion worth of chips sold by Intel. The claim extends back to the P6 generation of chips, which includes the Pentium Pro and Pentium II, and forward to the latest Core 2 Duo processors.

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