Wind energy is the world's fastest-growing energy source and the industry has experienced significant growth over the last 8 years. As the number of installations increase in line with growing patent portfolios and as the…Continue
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When amicable efforts fail to resolve a dispute concerning patent rights and the aggrieved party wishes to pursue the matter further, it usually initiates litigation or perhaps a U.S. International Trade Commission (“ITC”) investigation, despite the huge costs of such options, because it may assume no other plausible alternatives exist to achieve the desired objectives.
Articles, such as this one, tout arbitration as an alternative: faster, cheaper and more confidential than…Continue
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Google's revolutionary heads-up display glasses have been on the cards for some time now but last week Google announced that they are looking for people to help trial Google Glass ahead of their official launch, adding fire to the media frenzy. With IP being at the heart of the technology and their…Continue
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We recently came up with a patent analysis report on Near Field Communications (NFC) technology that is seeing rapid adoption among mobile vendors. (except Apple perhaps)
Among different insights we gathered from analysis of the patents and applications filed on NFC, some of the notable ones are:
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Blogpost by Donal O'Connell
Chawton Innovation Services
Interoperability refers to the ability of diverse systems to work together or…Continue
Added by Mikk Putk on September 8, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
It has been a while since I did any patent research of any kind. Then I had one of those ideas running through my head. Why not map out an industry in a given city, based on their innovation factor (which is a proprietary, qualitative algorithm I'm not going to share :P) and the company/institute's age? It makes an interesting chart.... enjoy:
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Patent war in smartphone industry - everybody is suing everybody else. Here is a collection of visualizations of patent war in mobile industry.
Smartphone patent suitsContinue
The collection of Japanese patent applications on TotalPatent, has recently been completed with machine translation for titles, abstracts, descriptions and claims. The translations of the applications are available within 2 weeks of publication, in order to offer users a broader range of searching possibilities and to increase the recall immediately after publication.…Continue
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Here is quick overview about examples of some key issues regarding intellectual property financing.
Please note that all these pics are extracts from various presentations and reflect opinions of their authors.
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3. Rule Britannia?
Bear in mind that people in other countries don’t call stuff the same things we do. Those…Continue
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Here is a small collection of greatest patent and trademark infographics.
Android related patent lawsuitsContinue
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Clearly, IBM got the most number of patents. From the table, it is seen that there is a considerable difference in the number…
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There’s no doubt that Jonathan Ive, Senior Vice President of Industrial design at Apple Inc, is a highly successful designer. Leaving the shores of Jolly Old England was a great…
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