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Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank visited the Denver area Thursday to participate in a panel discussing innovation. The conversation focused largely on the importance of the new U.S...Department of Commerce earlier this month selected Denver as one
Just ask patent trolls like Patent Group LLC or Select Retrieval or the company they sued , Build.com. Or American entrepreneurs who are redirecting $30 billion a year from research and development to patent defense...I suppose Silicon Valley is
The patent covers Unilife's proprietary technology, which integrates automatic and operator-controlled needle retraction features within the barrel of a prefilled syringe. Unilife Corporation CEO Alan Shortall said the patented technology
TransData Inc. today announced that the U.S. United States smart meter patents after concluding a series of ex-parte reexaminations. TransData's smart meter patents are directed towards wireless "under-glass" communication technology invented by the
So it's rather surprising to find the roles reversed in the following story about a new standard for the GPS navigation system : The U.S. British patent that could force American consumers to pay more for GPS navigation devices and even affect the
Travel planning website Hipmunk isn't going to take patent trolls lying down. The company, which was recently targeted by i2z Technology LLC to pay licensing fees for a 1994 patent, is taking i2z to court to prove it doesn't owe it a cent.
Reducing Social Distance from the getting-to-know-more-people dept Tim Lee has a great blog post over at Forbes in which he discusses the concept of "social distance" and how it relates to problems in patent and copyright law . The basic point: if
Bait cars are used by Dallas police and other departments to curb auto theft, but the method isn't foolproof (as shown in the video from an Arlington bait car below in which the crooks got away). (DMN file photo) Staff writer Hailey Winston reports:
Fulfilling a long-time goal of Silicon Valley's business community, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has decided to open one of its first satellite bureaus in San Jose, Rep. Zoe Lofgren said Sunday...Commerce Department is expected to announce
The Denver metro area is among three places that will get a new U.S. Patent and Trademark Office a $440 million economic generator that promises hundreds of new high-paying jobs, according to documents obtained by The Denver Post on Saturday...