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From: Don Green12/10/2011 1:33:42 AM
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SHARES OF RMBS DOWN 32.9% SINCE DOWNTREND CALL ON SHARES






Dec 09, 2011 (SmarTrend(R) Spotlight via COMTEX) -- SmarTrend identified a Downtrend for Rambus (NASDAQ: RMBS) on November 16th, 2011 at $11.28. In approximately 3 weeks, Rambus has returned 32.86% as of today's recent price of $7.57.

Over the past year, Rambus has traded in a range of $4.00 to $22.80 and is now at $7.56, 89% above that low. Over the past week, the 200-day moving average (MA) has gone down 1.7% while the 50-day MA has declined 3.6%.

Rambus Inc. designs, develops, licenses, and markets high-speed chip-to-chip interface technology to enhance the performance and cost-effectiveness of consumer electronics, computer systems, and other electronic systems. The Company licenses semiconductor companies to manufacture and sell memory and logic ICs incorporating Rambus interface technology.

SmarTrend will continue to scan these moving averages and a number of other proprietary indicators for any changes in momentum for shares of Rambus.

Log in and add Rambus (RMBS) to your watchlist today so you can receive a real-time alert when the shares are about to change trend.

Write to Chip Brian at cbrian@mysmartrend.com

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To: Don Green who wrote (93477)12/15/2011 11:47:21 PM
From: nicmar
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RMBS. One of those I almost took a position before the jury came in. Any thoughts of the future as where rmbs will go in the short and long term? tia. .. nic

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From: nicmar12/17/2011 2:54:51 PM
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Rambus & the S/P drop!! History often repeated. Maybe rambus results flag IDCC and WILN with lesson learned. Probably not. Denial is overwhelming. mo.. nic

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From: nicmar12/18/2011 10:30:08 PM
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Ridiculously cheap viewing the eps and pe. Doesn't anyone think this one will recover? .. nic

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To: nicmar who wrote (93480)12/19/2011 11:27:20 AM
From: hdl
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it still has to win remaining litigation. it will soar if it overturns the AT verdict. those with calls and who got margin calls they didn't meet will not enjoy the victory.

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To: hdl who wrote (93481)12/19/2011 5:25:14 PM
From: Don Green
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it still has to win remaining litigation. it will soar if it overturns the AT verdict. those with calls and who got margin calls they didn't meet will not enjoy the victory.


As that like: when the cow jumps over the moon?

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To: Don Green who wrote (93482)12/20/2011 1:42:08 PM
From: hdl
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AT case
DEC-20-2011 FEE PAID FOR STIP FOR ORDER PER CCP 659A RE: SCHEDULE FOR MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL FILED BY PLAINTIFF RAMBUS INC.,

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From: Don Green12/21/2011 11:53:10 AM
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Rambus to Pay $10.8 Million to Settle Options Dating SuitDecember 21, 2011, 10:15 AM EST

By Sophia Pearson

Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Rambus Inc. said it will pay $10.8 million to settle one of two remaining lawsuits over claims the company backdated stock option grants before 2006.

The settlement resolves a lawsuit brought by investor Stuart Steele in 2008 and related to grants that were incorrectly dated or accounted for prior to 2006. The majority of the grants in dispute occurred between 1998 and 2001, the company said today in a statement. The case was scheduled to go to trial in March, Rambus said.

Former Rambus Chairman Geoff Tate quit the board in 2006 after an internal investigation uncovered option backdating, a practice that can enrich recipients by setting grant dates to times when the stock traded lower, building in extra profit. The practice is illegal unless disclosed and recorded as expenses.

In September 2007, the company paid $18 million to settle a suit brought by shareholders who claimed executives misled them about Rambus’s financial performance and its options backdating.

The case is Steele v. Rambus, 08-cv-113682, Superior Court of California, Santa Clara County

--Editors: Charles Carter, Andrew Dunn

To contact the reporter on this story: Sophia Pearson in Philadelphia at spearson3@bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Michael Hytha at mhytha@bloomberg.net

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To: Don Green who wrote (93484)12/23/2011 6:31:55 AM
From: DHB
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Rambus, Broadcom sign licensing deal, agree to share toys


It never hurts to stop arguing, hug it out and agree on a patent licensing deal. Today, Rambus -- which has a history of litigating against chip makers it feels are have violated its intellectual property rights and filed a complaint against Broadcom to the International Trade Commission in 2010 -- signed a licensing deal that resolved previous claims for Broadcom's technology. In the statement, Rambus said it will license its patent for integrated circuits used in chips made by Broadcom. The company did not disclose any financial details related to the deal, or which technology would be part of the agreement, though Broadcom is typically renowned for its wireless networking chips which are often found in WiFi, Bluetooth and cellular-capable devices. In other news, Rambus and Broadcom have added each other as Xbox Live friends and gotten to level 36 in Modern Warfare 3 co-op gamepla

By Chris Barylick posted Dec 23rd 2011 2:28AM








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From: hdl12/23/2011 10:39:58 AM
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rmbs up a tad on brcm deal from low level after AT loss.

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