AMD sued Intel on June 28, claiming the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer was using scare-tactics and "under the table kickbacks" to coerce computer manufacturers into not using AMD processors. Responding to the antitrust accusations in a filing with the U.S. District Court in Delaware yesterday, Intel denied its business practices broke any laws and dismissed the claims as "factually incorrect and contradictory".
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