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UPDATE –Microsoft Banned From Selling MS Word

ms office word 2007A recent court injuction preventing Microsoft from selling Word (from mid-October, 2009), after a patent dispute with I4i, has been overturned.

The BBC reports that following the ruling, Microsoft filed a request to “stay the injunction” while the case is put on a fast track in order that the appeal could be heard quickly. As a result, the US court said the organisation had met the conditions needed to grant the stay. Thus arguments in Microsoft’s appeal against the earlier ruling are now due to be heard on 23 September.

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