SAN FRANCISCO — Nine jurors agreed that semiconductor-makers Hynix and Micron didn’t conspire to force Sunnyvale-based technology licensing company Rambus out of the high-speed computer memory business. Rambus had asked for $3.85 billion.

After deliberating for almost two months, the San Francisco jury rejected all of Rambus Inc.’s claims Wednesday morning.

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