Microsoft and the US Department of Justice have tentatively agreed to delay their antitrust trial hearings until 15 October, US reports said.
The trial was originally scheduled for 23 September, but both sides started to negotiate a postponement on Friday. This came after a hearing on a request from Microsoft to dismiss the case. Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson refused to rule on this request at the time.
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