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Workstation company Intergraph's long-running feud with Intel took a further bitter twist yesterday after it accused the chip giant of not complying with a court's instructions. It filed a further action in its litigation against Intel, alleging that its workstation business is collapsing because of the chip monster's action. Intergraph said it has been forced to fire staff because of Intel's alleged action. The original action it filed against Intel can be found here The trial will not come to court before the middle of next year, but in the run-up period, the presiding judge ruled that Intel supply it with the necessary information it needed to make PCs. Part of Intergraph's charges against Intel was that it was strongarmed over technology it had patents for. ®

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