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Old 4 Nov 2008, 02:00 AM   #1
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Default Sony patents 'Wiimote for PS3'

Rumours that Sony is preparing to take on Nintendo's motion-sensing Wii controller have been revived after the PlayStation 3 (PS3) maker filed a patent for a technology that uses ultrasonic waves to track a player in 3D space.
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My crystal ball reveals many patent violation lawsuits will shortly follow.

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