Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Apr 2010 21:51 UTC
Legal "Microsoft found its latest request for a multiple-judge review, in a long-running patent-infringement suit with Canadian tech firm i4i, rejected by a federal appeals court. Microsoft had asked for a panel of 11 judges to review its arguments in the case, in which i4i alleges that Microsoft Word 2003 and 2007 violate its custom XML-related patents. In August 2009, a federal judge in a U.S. District Court ordered Microsoft to pay $300 million and pull copies of Word 2003 and 2007 from store shelves within 90 days, a ruling that set off months of legal maneuvering."
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Sounds like the virtual desktop option in XFree86/ to make it seem that your desktop extends beyond the boundary of your monitor.
I think prior art may take this one down.

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