MS knows they are beat! The only thing MS can do is sueThis, coupled with the fact that WP7 will soon be released shows what MS is really trying to do. Anyone who thinks MS's move is purely about entitlement and compensation really needs to try to look at the context.A precedent that would be hard for MS to get around would be if they actually contacted them long time prior to this about them using their product as MS claims. One thing that is bad is that if MS saw them using "their" product and just sat on it, if they immediately contacted all companies involved and said hey either pay us or stop using it, then that is one thing, but if they sat on it and now are saying well we want you to pay us for something you've been using for a year now. The problem with sitting on it is that it shows that they didn't care in the first place about their intellectual rights to the product. Easy to say at that point they are only doing it to try to drop sales of android or every scare a manufacturer into not making a product or holding off on it's release. As seen apple tried many tactics against android for that exact reason.