As wise people said “When you copy something, make sure you make it better than the original”. Seems like Apple failed to do it and staying silent on the allegation bring upon to them by Picsel Technologies and Picsel Research. Picsel Technologies is a dynamic mobile solutions provider, whose pioneering software brings content on mobile to life. The company’s technology is found on 250 million devices worldwide, with a customer list that includes KDDI, Motorola, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, Palm, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Sharp.
As MacWorld described, the suit is focused on Picsel technology that people use to zoom and pan documents, sites, and images. Apple’s devices wouldn’t function as fluidly without the technology, alleges Picsel, which wants compensation for devices already sold.
Picsel Technologies and Picsel Research, based in Glasgow, Scotland, filed a patent-infringement lawsuit Friday in U.S. District Court in Delaware, Dow Jones from CNN reported. The suit alleges that Apple is violating a Picsel technology that accelerates the process of updating a device’s display.