Apple Offlines FingerWorks.com on Eve of iTablet and... iPhone 4.0?
When Apple bought multitouch maestros FingerWorks for their talent (and patents, 'natch), they kept FingerWorks.com and all it's old product photos and pictures online and intact. No longer, according to MacRumors:
And, again to speculate widely, a possibly closely aligned iPhone 4.0, since Apple has proven over and over again that they're very good at leveraging technology developed for one platform to another.
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