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Microsoft patent delivers dual mode Xbox 360 controller

07/19/2010, A Microsoft patent revealed that there is an actual dual-mode Xbox 360 controller which can function in both wired and wireless modes, where unlike the current play and charge set up, this controller will be able to deliver true blue wired mode accuracy...

LG aims to patent multiple flexible display designs

05/25/2010, Flexible displays could very well be the future, but until the technology becomes mainstream and affordable enough for the masses, it will remain the stuff of fantasy for most of us. LG wants to prepare for the future though by filing a patent known as...

Apple looks into glasses-free stereoscopic 3D experience

05/13/2010, Is stereoscopic 3D the future? It might seem so with the blockbuster hit Avatar in movie theatres, not to mention the insane amount of Blu-ray discs of the movie sold thereafter, letting James Cameron laugh all the way to the bank and then some. Well, the...

HTC Hits Back At Apple With Patent Complaint

05/12/2010, The legal drama is back in town, and after Apple made some noise over HTC and some of its patents, now it seems that HTC has decided to bite back, accusing Apple of infringing on five of its patents related to mobile technology, calling for the...

Apple iTravel Patent

04/22/2010, Apple always seems to be filing an interesting patent or two, and now the fruity company has filed a patent for iTravel, which turns your iPhone into a device that can handle all your travel needs. The app would allow you to search for and book flights...

Apple iTunes Concert Ticket+ Patent

04/16/2010, Getting promotional items from QR barcodes or SMS messages isn’t a new concept, but Apple is looking to take it one step further with its iTunes Concert Ticket+ patent. In this patent, tickets to the concert you desire can be sold through iTunes,...

Nintendo Patent Hints That 3DS Will Get Force Feedback?

04/12/2010, While you’re currently able to get force feedback on your Nintendo DS via unofficial channels, speculation is going around the Nintendo might integrate a force feedback (rumble) feature into the upcoming Nintendo 3DS. In a patent application, it can...

Apple Looks Like It Wants To Redefine What Is A Wireless Computer

04/06/2010, It looks like Apple isn’t content with wireless desktops as they are today, as the fruity company has just been granted a patent that might make its future desktop computers isolated. The patent shows a design where the computer itself connects to...

HTC Patents Anti-shake Method For Video Viewing

04/04/2010, Do you get motion sickness when you try and watch videos on your media player while on the bus/car? Well, HTC might have a solution for that, and perhaps it’ll even show up on upcoming devices. The Taiwanese company has filed a patent application...

HTC Files For New Clamshell Hinge Design

04/01/2010, HTC certainly comes up with some pretty cool cell phone designs, and now the Taiwanese company has filed for another patent, this time regarding the hinge on the cell phone. According to the patent, the clamshell design would hide the hinge on the inner...

Apple Patents A Solar Backlight

03/25/2010, Don’t you just hate it when you’re squinting to see your laptop’s display in the sun? Well, why waste all that energy? According to a patent filing from Apple, the fruity company has an idea to use all that wasted sunlight to illuminate...

Apple Gets Patent For Various Projection Systems And Methods

03/16/2010, While it seems that the previous “built-in projector for the iPad” rumor didn’t become reality, it’s still worth noting that Apple has been granted a patent for a projector related application. In the patent filing, it’s...