Wisconsin education officials say more than 850 schools are in line for up to $80 million in technology reimbursements from Microsoft Corp., reports the Chicago Tribune. The reimbursements come from a 2006 settlement the state reached with the software giant over antitrust allegations. The Wisconsin lawsuit mirrored antitrust cases in other states that claimed Microsoft consumers paid artificially high prices as a result of the company's alleged anticompetitive conduct and dominant share in the computer software market. The settlement lays out $75 million to $80 million in reimbursements for a wide range of technology products and services. The state Department...

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