Jury ruling spurs browser changes

FRAMINGHAM (10/14/2003) - Microsoft Corp. said it's making "minor changes" to its Internet Explorer Web browser after a U.S. District Court jury ruled against it in a patent infringement suit filed by Chicago-based Eolas Technologies Inc. and the University of California. The changes, which are due to be completed early next year, will modify the way Internet Explorer handles some Web pages using ActiveX controls.

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