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Briefly: new patent; iChat whiteboard

updated 07:35 pm EDT, Thu April 27, 2006

Patent, iChat whiteboard

In brief: Apple has filed to patent a sensing display that includes display elements integrated with image sensing elements.... Apple may be planning to expand iChat by offering whiteboard features when it releases Mac OS X Leopard.... An avid Mac user has put together a video running applications in Parallel Workstation Beta 4 and in Windows using Boot Camp, showing the speed and performance of both solutions.... GetGoingTraining today released "Get Going with GarageBand 3," ($35) a DVD or QuickTime download offering in-depth training and tutorials for GarageBand 3, Apple's music creation software package.... Apple has released a technical note advising developers to uniquely identify a particular Mac, which describes those scenarios and recommended solutions for each case.




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  1. TheMacOracle

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: iChat Whiteboard

    I'm not so sure. If you follow the link to the story, they say the patent has been worked on since 1995 and there is a screen shot. I believe this is old "QuickTime Conferencing" material....if you remember those days. QTC was way ahead of its time.

    - TMO

  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Agreed

    I agree. That is a very old screenshot. Note how they don't give a date on the patent.

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