I’m sure their patents say otherwise…
My experience with designers of tech is that it is often completely speculative, i.e. it doesn’t actually work and is just a wave of hands. I cringe when people say Clarke invented the communications satellite for the same reason. No, he wrote fiction. Ideas are easy, implementation is a bitch.
I think you get a patent for actually solving the problem.
IBM Citizen Watch from 2001 (dubbed “WatchPad”) running Linux 2.4 w/ Bluetooth, Voice Recognition, Touch Screen, Fingerprint Sensor, Accelerometer, Vibrator, and Infrared Port.
Checkmate, TODAY online.
I’ll just leave this here:
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