Look at the second picture in the source article. Looks conspicuously like an iPad. Only it isn't. At least not according to the article. "Jay-Tech" seems to have done a pretty good job of knocking off the iPad - down to the square symbol on the home screen button.
But suing motorola over Multi-touch seems pretty absurd, unless of course there are striking similarities between Apple and Motorola products that don't appear between Apple and other products (I was reading about the PS Vita, for example, which also supposedly has multi-touch. Why isn't Apple suing Sony?) There are countless other devices employing such technology, and I'd like to know more about the specificities of what part of Multi-touch is infringing upon Apple's copyrights.
I was surprised to find, however, that as of about nine months ago, Apple seemed to be more of a target than a shooter.
Photo from http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...atent-lawsuit#Edited by Escatore - 8/10/11 at 4:23pm