Patent Number Three! 8,261,209

Tapiki founder Brian Dote received his third patent on Sept. 4th, 2012. This patent is from work done at Apple on the original iPhone and the Mobile Me gallery app (Brian was part of a team of developers). Other patents awarded:

http://www.tapiki.com/2012/04/patent-number-two-8161179/

http://www.tapiki.com/2012/03/our-first-patent-8126966-is-our-lucky-number/
 

Updating content display based on cursor position

“A computer-implemented method can include displaying a display region, on a display device associated with a computer system, corresponding to a container at a remote location operatively coupled to the computer system over a network, wherein the container includes at least two content items, dividing the display region into at least two portions, wherein each portion corresponds to one of the at least two items, and upon detecting a positioning of a cursor in a first portion of the at least two portions, transmitting a request to the remote location for a first content item, of the at least two content items, receiving the first content item, and displaying the first content item in the display region.”

 

Check out the full patent here: Updating content display based on cursor position

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