So Micron and Rambus are gonna fight it out in court now, and it's hard to tell how this one's going to shake out. The sentimental favorite around here is Micron, but veteran TR reader Sam mailed me this link to an investor message board post recounting one lawyer's take on this case. The sure winner? Lawyers.
Oh, and she'd probably buy some Rambus stock, too. Gah.
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