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The software giant is fined $32 million.
A day after losing a patent suit against its rival, SanDisk files another.
It announces the availability of Dynamics CRM 3.0 and Server 2003 Release 2.
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The software company will offer a free test run of its OneCare Live.
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Its Xbox moves closer to a living-room entertainment hub, but obstacles remain.
It will take more than an earlier Xbox release to loosen Sony's grip on the game-console scepter.