Microsoft will fork out $5 million (#3 million) to continue using the name Internet Explorer for its browser. The money will be paid to SyNet following an out of court settlement in which SyNet claimed the right to the Internet Explorer trademark. Although a Microsoft spokesman said he was confident about winning the case, Microsoft agreed to settle to "resolve any question about Microsoft's right to use the name Internet Explorer". SyNet, which is now bankrupt, may see little of the settlement money after it has paid its outstanding legal fees.
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