I hate bait and switch, but hopefully anyone following the industry would realize that the subject isn’t really true. The case is set to go to trial in September.
But if this isn’t the very definition of “live tiles”, I don’t know what is.
For those not able to see the link, here’s a screen shot:
This is a shot of the latest headlines, as shown in the windows (no, the irony is not lost on that one) of Brockton Enterprises, a newspaper in Brockton, MA in the 1940’s. When a new headline comes in, they remove an old one and update that slot with the new data in real time. As in “live”. And they use a tile format, so, you know, live tiles.
If there was a DEV study looking for prior art in this case, then IPTT, FTW.