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A judge in the long running WordPerfect case between Microsoft and Novell has dismissed the suit in Microsoft's favor, ruling that WordPerfect's market share was already too low to save it.
Microsoft plans to ask for a full dismissal of the case against Novell concerning its WordPerfect software after a jury was unable to come up with a verdict in the case last week.
The jury that is currently deliberating the fate of the lawsuit between Microsoft and Novell in Salt Lake City will enter its third day with no hint of a verdict in sight.
The trial between Microsoft and Novell is now in the hands of the jury in Salt Lake City, Utah as they must now decided whether or not Microsoft is guilty of engaging in anticompetitive behavior.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates concluded his testimony Tuesday in a Salt Lake City courtroom in a case that has Microsoft fighting off a lawsuit against Novell, the former owner of WordPerfect.
Testifying today at the lawsuit trial between Microsoft and Novell, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates claims that Microsoft dumped an unnamed feature from Windows 95 because of stability.
Corel released a free public beta of WordPerfect Lightning on Tuesday, a word processor that blends a desktop-based application with online collaboration and storage features. WordPerfect Lightening has a "Notes" tool to save text and...
Novell filed suit against Microsoft on Friday, claiming the company used anti-competitive tactics in the desktop software market during the 1990s. As expected, the suit argues that Microsoft restrained trade from 1994...
Corel plans to test the waters later this month for a Linux version of its WordPerfect productivity software. A Corel representative said the company's online store will begin selling a "proof-of-concept" Linux-native version of WordPerfect...
Software maker Corel announced a new version Monday of its WordPerfect office software, marketing the package as a low-cost alternative to Microsoft Office for consumers and small businesses. WordPerfect Office 12, set to...
Seen @ M3DZone, cheers Viper. Corel is pleased to announce that WordPerfect Office 2002 Service Pack 2 is now available. This service pack, available as a free download, includes several new features and enhancements. One...