Hopefully this won't go the same way as the Surface Duo
Humans must be involved in the creation process
Immersion says the Steam Deck, Valve Index, and Half-Life: Alyx infringe on its patents
US patent law says inventors must be human
Great for sweaty palms
WTF?! While game controllers have become more advanced over the decades, their basic form and functionality have changed little. But a Sony patent describes something that's far from conventional: a controller that can change shape and temperature based on the game you're playing.
Thereby protecting the screen, in theory
Is Ford crossing the line?
Apple is accused of patent infringement, again
The screen will use specialized RGB-UV pixel arrays to activate the process
Developers could put their app controls anywhere
System would conserve energy from suspension
What just happened? In its ongoing battle against VLSI, a now-defunct manufacturer of custom integrated circuits (ICs), Intel must pay a hefty fine for infringing a patent granted almost two decades ago. A federal jury in Texas has once again ruled in favor of VLSI, a non-operating company belonging to private equity firm Fortress Investment Group, ordering Intel to pay $949 million. It's a sum the Santa Clara corporation doesn't want to spend for a technology that doesn't even work with their latest computer chips.
Meta is appealing, of course
Apple has also been exploring the idea for years
Styles can be tracked across multiple games
Software interface would transform to become macOS-like
EU concept patents show three types of design
Exciting and terrifying at the same time
More of a case of stealing AMD's homework
Designs suggest next-gen pressure sensors are small enough to fit in AirPods
Google tries to sidestep ruling with software updates, removing features
Will Microsoft join Samsung in the three-screen club?
The future looks foldable
And a logo using the letter R