Last Minute Rumor: Apple snuck Senseg haptic feedback into the new iPad?
Last Minute Rumor: Apple snuck Senseg haptic feedback into the new iPad?
                                       

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Apple Granted 36 Patents Covering a Proximity Detector, Active Apple Store Packaging, a Haptic Feedback System & Much More

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On February 19, 2013, the US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 36 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover patents describing a proximity detector, future active Apple Store packaging, a haptics feedback system describing a virtual keyboard and more. We...
Apple Granted 36 Patents Covering a Proximity Detector, Active Apple Store Packaging, a Haptic Feedback System & Much More

Apple Patents Extremely Accurate, Localized Haptic Feedback For Multitouch Devices

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When haptic feedback first became a buzzword of the mobile phone industry nearly half a decade ago, many imagined keyboards that would rise up out of the glass on smartphones to meet our fingertips. What we got instead were devices that faintly shook in a general sort of way whenever...
Apple Patents Extremely Accurate, Localized Haptic Feedback For Multitouch Devices

Apple awarded patent for more accurate haptic feedback system

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday granted Apple a patent for a haptic feedback system suitable for use in multitouch devices, where the unit's various points of input can be more accurately represented by a number of synchronized actuators....
Apple awarded patent for more accurate haptic feedback system
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Google settles patent lawsuit from Immersion over Motorola use of haptic feedback

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Immersion is known for guarding its haptic feedback patents with enthusiasm -- just ask Microsoft, among others. Motorola learned first-hand when Immersion sued over the use of basic haptic technology in May, but all that's water under the bridge now that Motorola's new parent Google is settling the matter...
Google settles patent lawsuit from Immersion over Motorola use of haptic feedback

Sony tries to patent stylus with friction-based haptic feedback

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There's a certain disconnected feeling that comes with using a touchscreen, and Sony isn't content with vibration being the sole standard for haptic feedback. The company has filed a bunch of patent applications for a stylus which instead uses artificially generated friction to make it harder or easier to...
Sony tries to patent stylus with friction-based haptic feedback
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Supporting people with disabilities through outreach and accessibility tools

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Globally, there are approximately 285 million visually impaired people in the world—and each one of those people has networks of family and friends. Increasing the accessibility of products impacts not only the millions of people with disabilities, but also the lives of the people connected to them. It’s because of...
Supporting people with disabilities through outreach and accessibility tools

The RAZR M, Motorola's Clever Answer To The $99 iPhone 4S

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Motorola unveiled the new RAZR family at a big media gala in early September. The company proudly rolled out the supercharged RAZR HD and RAZR HD MAXX. But the $99 RAZR M stole the show. The 4.3-inch RAZR M LTE packs a lot of the same goods as its larger...
The RAZR M, Motorola's Clever Answer To The $99 iPhone 4S
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