by Jules Wang | February 11, 2016 10:40 PM
It's a day that ends in "y" and Apple just lost a patent suit, so that means it's court time again. Haptics technology company Immersion has filed suit against Apple and both AT&T and AT&T Mobility over what three patents it claims the defendants infringed. U.S. Patent No. 8,619,051 regards "Haptic Feedback System with Stored Effects," No. 8,773,356 is on "Method and Apparatus for Providing Tactile Sensations" and No. 8,659,571 concerns Immersion's "Interactivity Model for Shared Feedback on Mobile Devices" Immersion believes the following products infringed upon those patents: ...
by Taylor Martin | July 16, 2013 6:46 PM
The first boot is always my least favorite time with a new phone. It's not because I know I'll have to spend a few hours – sometimes even days – setting up the phone and digging through settings, trying to remember how I had my last phone setup. I actually enjoy that aspect (except for logging into all the different accounts I have, since I use LastPass and don't actually know my passwords). It's exciting. Who doesn't love the honeymoon phase? No, I'm talking about the first few dozen taps and even the first few minutes with a new soft keyboard – the time it takes to find and disable ...
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