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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.
Buyout talks go nowhere, but more interest could materialize in the IT outsourcer.
The software company will offer a free test run of its OneCare Live.
The inclusion of Big Blue's chips in the next generation of video-game consoles could mean a nice payoff.
Collecting isn't just for the rich, but record prices driven by wealthy Wall Street buyers require that beginners beware.
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.