ken gray wrote:I say we all meet at Mac World Expo and give Steve Jobs an Old School Beat Down till he signs a contract to release a new version of the keyboard with enhancements we should have had over the past year and a half and give us the new model as a peace offering (cuz if Apple does nothing else right, THEY SURE GOT STYLE DOWN IN ACES!).
Really?Captain_Obvious wrote:Ok, you do realize that these are two different lawsuits, one against Apple for their dual finger mouse (which we have determined has no FW tech) and a seperate one against FW. Sorry, but this was just another red herring.
Are we reading the same article? Also, we know that Fingerworks sold the "fundamental patents" last winter. We also know that Apple dumped synaptics trackpads for a trackpad developed in-house, which provided two-finger scrolling, last February. We also know that immediately after the release of the new trackpad, there were problems, and at that precise time Fingerworks staff became quite busy. It seems likely that the hardware and/or software portions of versions of the scrolling trackpad technology released since then contain FW tech.INQUIRER staff wrote:A UK COMPANY filed a lawsuit against Apple and Fingerworks...The filing alleges that components made by Fingerworks when combined with the products of Apple use a technique covered by the patent.
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