Nintendo has been embroiled in several lawsuits in the past concerning patent infringement, but this latest one just ended in its defeat.
iLife’s technology was designed to detect if a person has fallen down and to monitor babies for sudden infant death syndrome, as Engadget reports.
The Nintendo Wii is one of the most successful video game consoles in history, selling well over 100 million units worldwide.
It propelled Nintendo to becoming a household name once again after the measly success of the GameCube system, the preceding home console.
Nintendo pushed motion controls into the mainstream landscape, offering unique and creative gameplay.
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