Patents

This Apple Patent May Be The Key To Ar Glasses We’d Actually Want To Wear

By beaming an image directly onto the retina, Apple could build AR glasses with stylish design and marathon battery life. Apple’s work on augmented-reality glasses are one of the worst-kept secrets in tech. Right now, AR experiences aimed at...
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Razer Game Controller And Accessory Patent Filed Recently

Razer has always been known for focusing on the gaming industry with its numerous products, accessories, and services. It started entering the mobile gaming game with Razer Cortex game launcher, streaming games from PC to living room. There’s also...

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Microsoft Files Yet Another Patent For Its Future Foldable Windows 10 Pcs

Microsoft is currently working on a foldable dual-screen Windows 10 PC codenamed Centaurus. The software giant is also expected to talk about it at the October 2 hardware event, which is all set to take place in New York. While we don’t know...
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Samsung Galaxy Patent Shows Phone With Retractable Screen

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10+ in August, however, now patents of an unreleased Galaxy handset are showing up online.On February 21st, 2019, Samsung filed a patent to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a new handset with...
Related topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Samsung Galaxy Note, Trademarks

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The Lies Dc Tells – To Steal And Undermine Patents

Washington, D.C. is really good at naming bad things well.  So as to obfuscate how bad the things they’re naming – and passing – are. Obamacare’s actual name was “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.” Obamacare assaulted...
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Stroke Patients Relearning How To Walk With Peculiar Shoe

Clinical trials have been completed on a therapeutic shoe engineered to improve stroke recovery. They've proven successful, allowing for the patented product to hit the market by the end of the year.
Related topics: Stroke, Clinical Trials

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Uspto Drops Its Demands For Applicants' Green Cards

The US Patent and Trademark Office's side venture into immigration enforcement has come to an abrupt end. It recently instituted a US attorney requirement for foreigners filing trademark applications with the Office. This was apparently done to...
Related topics: Trademarks, Immigration

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Google Pixel Watch Could Take On Apple Watch With A Hybrid Heart

Speculation about a future ‘Google Pixel Watch’ has been around for months, rumors fueled largely by a mixture of hope, patents, and leaks. Google shelled out $40 million earlier this year in a deal with luxury smartwatch company Fossil,...
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Lenovo Publishes Patent For Double Fold “clamshell” Smartphone

The folding phone market is gaining momentum with soon to be released devices like the Samsung Fold and the Mate X taking centre stage.  Lenovo has also been working on its own unique, double-hinged folding phone design for the upcoming RAZR phone....
Related topics: Lenovo, Mobile Technology, Samsung, Motorola Razr

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Microsoft Patent Reveals Liquid-filled Hinge To Make Better Foldable Devices

A Microsoft patent reveals a liquid-filled hinge that will make foldable devices more durable by reducing stress on the screens and preventing the entry of debris.
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Tesla Patents New Long-lasting Battery With Reduced Costs

As spotted by Electrek, Tesla seems to have filed a patent that hints at a new longer-lasting battery with better performance and cheaper costs. The patent can be found at Wipo’s patentscope if you are curious about all the technical details....
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Microsoft Is Considering Foldable Devices With Liquid-filled Hinges

Microsoft's dreams of dual-screen devices aren't disappearing any time soon. A recent patent filing from the company details a clamshell device concept whose hinge is filled with a liquid or gas to reduce strain on a foldable display and...
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Stronger Patents Act Ignores Real Problems With Patent Mistakes

This past Wednesday, North Carolina Republican Sen. Thom Tillis and Delaware Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on “how to make our patent system stronger.” This issue affects everyone, and in particular...
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Tivo's New Ceo Details His Plan To Split Up The Embattled Tv Company To Make It More Attractive To...

New TiVo CEO Dave Shull explained to Business Insider his strategy for breaking up the beleaguered TV company and making the parts more attractive to potential buyers and sellers. The company is on track to split its product and patent-licensing...
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Patents And Copyright: Protection Racket For Intellectuals

Last week I was asked on Twitter why proposals for replacing patent monopoly financing of prescription drugs with direct public financing have gained so little traction. After all, this would mean that drugs would be cheap; no one would have to...
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Intellectual Property Is Neither Intellectual, Nor Property: Discuss

Well over a decade ago I tried to explain why things like copyright and patents (and especially trademarks) should not be considered "intellectual property," and that focusing on the use of "property" helped to distort nearly every policy debate...
Related topics: Trademarks, Debate

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Lebron Got Dunked On By The Trademark Office For Taco Tuesday. How He Can Steal Back Goodwill

With his trademark application denied, LeBron can still flip the script on some bad optics. One of the biggest NBA stories of the last week was the fact that LeBron James applied to the United States Patent and Trademark Office to trademark the...
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Intellectual Property Is Neither Intellectual, Nor Property: Discuss

Well over a decade ago I tried to explain why things like copyright and patents (and especially trademarks) should not be considered "intellectual property," and that focusing on the use of "property" helped to distort nearly every policy debate...
Related topics: Trademarks, Debate

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The Ohio State University Told It Can't Trademark 'the'

OSU, short for The Ohio State University, proposed trademarking hats and shirts that drop most of the school's name and just read "the." But the U.S. Patent and Trademark office said "no."
Related topics: Trademarks

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Samsung Playgalaxy Link Now Available On Windows, Android

Back in April, Samsung filed for a patent of PlayGalaxy Link. We immediately thought it’s a new gaming platform because you know, it’s all about mobile gaming and streaming these days. It can rival Google Stadia because of the game...
Related topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Android, Google

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