Microsoft Seeks Patent For Smartphone Add-Ons
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User Rank: Strategist
12/5/2011 | 8:23:56 PM
re: Microsoft Seeks Patent For Smartphone Add-Ons
Move along, folks... No prior art to see here.

Except that jammin wireless battery!
User Rank: Apprentice
10/17/2011 | 5:18:36 AM
re: Microsoft Seeks Patent For Smartphone Add-Ons
Yes, I cannot believe that even Microsoft will be able to get this patent through... as it is not at all unique.
User Rank: Apprentice
9/30/2011 | 5:01:14 AM
re: Microsoft Seeks Patent For Smartphone Add-Ons
That's a bit broad I think. They might have a bit of trouble getting that one passed since there are already bluetooth keyboards and other stuff available to many phones and tablets.

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