British company Datel can move ahead with an antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft Corp. over Xbox 360 accessories now that a Northern District of California judge has denied most of a motion to dismiss.

Datel, which makes memory cards and controllers for the video game system, sued last November alleging antitrust violations after Microsoft released a software update for Xbox users that disabled the kinds of memory cards that Datel sells.

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