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The techy's favourite browser Opera has settled a legal dispute with an unnamed international company. The settlement sees the anonymous company pay $12.75m to Opera.

The statement, on the Oslo Stock Exchange site, gives little else away. It says the other party is not a customer of Opera's and so the settlement will not have an impact on future revenues. It also says the entire amount will be booked in the second quarter accounts.

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