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Anybody even check Transmeta's site? (patent numbers inside .pdf -- yes, I'm too lazy to link them up ><)

http://www.transmeta.com/corporate/i..._complaint.pdf

I guess I'll list them at least since I can't seem to just copy the text out of the .pdf for some reason paosiduhfpoiwerwer:

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Patent: U.S. Patent 7,100,061 B2
Titled: "Adaptive Power Control"
Issued: August 29, 2006

Patent: U.S. Patent 5,895,503
Titled: "Address Translation Method and Mechanism Using Physical Address Information Including During a Segmentation Process"
Issued: April 20, 1999

Patent: U.S. Patent 6,226,733 B1
Titled: "Address Translation Mechanism and Method in a Computer System"
Issued: May 1, 2001

Patent: U.S. Patent 6,430,668 B2
Titled: "Speculative Address Translation For Processor Using Segmentation and Optical Paging"
Issued: August 6, 2002

Patent: U.S. Patent 6,813,699 B1
Titled: "Speculative Address Translation For Processor Using Sgmentation And Optional Paging"
Issued: November 2, 2004

Patent: U.S. Patent 5,838,986
Titled: "RISC Microprocessor Architecture Implementing Multiple Typed Register Sets"
Issued: November 17, 1998

Patent: U.S. Patent 6,044,449
Titled: "RISC Microprocessor Architecture Implementing Multiple Typed Register Sets"
Issued: March 28, 2000

Patent: U.S. Patent 5,737,624
Titled: "Superscalar RISC Instruction Scheduling"
Issued: April 7, 1998

Patent: U.S. Patent 5,974,526
Titled: "Superscalar RISC Instruction Scheduling"
Issued: October 26, 1999

Patent: U.S. Patent 6,289,433 B1
Titled: "Superscalar RISC Instruction Scheduling"
Issued: September 11, 2001
Ok, fine I linked them up.
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Originally Posted by PaRaDoX
haha pwnd
Ive never seen such a Constructive post .
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Transmeta has some sick tech, it's just kinda slow. They basically do all the x86->RISC translation in software. I just don't see what Intel *could* have stolen. It's completely different tech. I guess I oughta read up on it before offering an opinion.
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