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A lawsuit stemming back to the launch of Windows 95 is concluded as the country’s highest court declines to hear Novell’s appeal alleging Microsoft's anticompetitive practices with its WordPerfect software.
Federal judge finally lays to rest case against Microsoft alleging antitrust behavior stemming back 17 years over WordPerfect.
Gates is expected to testify in a $1 billion antitrust lawsuit in which Novell has accused Microsoft of intentionally damaging sales of its former WordPerfect software.
Cowon Japan is helping to distribute a boutique line of Motz MP3 players, concealed within wooden acorns, photo frames, or a DIY package.
Korean company creates do-it-yourself mini MP3 player you can install in just about anything.
The 2005 suit said Microsoft tried to thwart pen-computing company's bid to enter PC operating system market.
People who bought Microsoft products indirectly can't sue the software maker under federal law.
Justices won't hear the televangelist's arguments for shutting down a critic's site with a similarly spelled domain name.
A federal judge tells the software giant it can contest the remaining charges in an antitrust suit.
Court reverses ruling that had prohibited the site from operating on a domain bearing a variation of Rev. Jerry Falwell's name.