Mobile: iBeer, Freehands

Indie iPhone Developer Sues Coors for $12.5M

Coors faces a $12.5 million lawsuit for allegedly copying a $3 beer-drinking novelty application that allows users to virtually drink a pint by tilting their iPhone. Hottrix, a small company that develops “tricks” for mobile devices, filed a lawsuit alleging that Coors commited copyright infringement by copying its iPhone application iBeer.
Freehands, the gloves that let you keep in touch, feature fold-back thumb and index finger tips to expose the fingers you need to use a touch screen, keyboard, MP3 player, PSP or simply to pull something out of your wallet. Small magnets keep the folded back tips from flopping around when they’re folded back.
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