well i'm guessin they may want to hold out to see if they can get the best offer they can to whomever wants to buy it. And they get money from this anyways so...Chakra-X said:Now I know as much about copyright as the the next guy, assuming the next guy only know a limited amount of knowledge.
But why doesn't Agere just cooperate with Sony so they can use it instead while recieving profit? Same with Immersion, why not make some kind of a deal to take advantage of technology instead and recieving credit, instead of just saying they can't use it and suing?
clen said:damn the batards :|. Well hopefully sony will win and the companies will stop suing. What did they steal that was so important anyway? does anyone know?
Sounds pretty vague to me, plus if you read down it turns out Sony originally had the rights to seven of the eight patents. Hopefully they can pull through it.Gamespot said:The patents in question run from a "wireless local area network apparatus" to "barrier layer treatments for tungsten plug."