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Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid Driver
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Fictional spokesperson for Sony accidentally retweets PS3 hack code February 12th, When news came out that Sony's PlayStation 3 game console Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid Sony, into a frenzy. Whilst Sony has been successful in stopping the spread of the code thus far, it was conveniently broadcasted to the world again - this time via Twitter.
Since the leak, Sony has been working hard to contain the spread of Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid code, and in what seemed like a victorious end to the episode, had successfully been awarded a temporary restraining order against GeoHotz himself. This prevented the hacker from distributing the code online, and also sent out a stern warning to potential hackers.
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Just today though, a spokesperson for Sony Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid spotted re- Tweeting the code on his Twitter page. Kevin Butler, a fictional spokesperson for Sony, re-Tweeted the code from user 'evixa', an added his own quibble, saying "Lemme guess Needless to say, Apple has also got its eye on this particular technology as well, and clearly intends to integrate with its line of touch-based electronic devices.
But it appears that the Cupertino giant might have plans to use this technology against the competition: Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid a company that always claims to be on the bleeding edge of technology, Apple's line of consumer electronics products, especially its iPod, iPhone and iPads, have consistently been 15 Slide 3: February 12th, missing out on a certain display technology which is currently in use by some of its competitors. Yep, we are talking about that expensive display technology known as OLED, which supposedly offers much faster response times and better power efficiency as opposed to conventional LCD panels.
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Fancy a look a some new patent applications? Indeed, the first diagram features a rather technical illustration of how an OLED panel might be able to fit into a device that makes use of touchscreen technology, along with the possibility of implementing the touchscreen-enabled OLED displays on devices such as mobile phones, media players and even a notebook.
Also included in the second filling are descriptions regarding layouts for touch sensors, signal routing, other details. Still, as informative as this Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid be, it fails to change the fact that Apple is probably one of the last entrants into the OLED game. More importantly, it appears that Apple might make use of these patents to attack competitors, simply because they cover extremely broad methods of implementing OLED displaytechnologyinawidevarietyofdevices.
VR-Zone Jetway BI-220 Onboard Raid the fact that Apple has had no prior experience in working with OLED displays, it would make sense that it is not possible for them to come up with an entirely new method of implementing such displays so suddenly. And needless to say, broad patents make for great offensive weapons in patent lawsuits, as it almost grantees that competitors would find themselves running afoul of Apple's 'patented methods'.