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Shares spike 10% after hours on the software maker's strong fourth quarter.
The software maker beats Street estimates by 3 cents.
It beats by 2 cents and ups guidance for fiscal year 2006.
The design software maker beats by a penny and surpasses next-quarter forecasts.
A company related to NTP sues over patent claims.
Despite legal troubles and rivals cutting deals, bulls are solidly in the flash memory maker's corner.
One analyst takes down estimates as services performance looks light.
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