UK mobile tech firm ROK snags patent for storing mobile content

UK developer, ROK secured a patent on its process for storing audio-visual data on memory cards intended for use in mobile handsets. The process includes rendering content into a format compatible with mobile phones. ROK's patent includes 34 separate claims covering the automated process, full-screen playback of content on mobile devices and ROK's proprietary content security and DRM solutions. The UK patent will be issued in January and the company expects to secure other worldwide shortly thereafter.

For more on ROK's mobile content patents:
- read this article from 3G


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