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ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES, LLC v. SHOPPERSCHOICE.COM, LLC Before Prost, Dyk, and Wallach.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the... Read More »
Written by Lesley Kim and Curtiss Dosier Edited by Loni Morrow and Catherine Holland   Rapid Growth of Influencer Marketing With more consumers... Read More »
By Orla O'Hannaidh Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP A social media policy or a set of guidelines helps your employees make smarter decisions when... Read More »
Gamers, take notice. There's a new player in town, and it's name is Ouya. It has an impressive recent past with Kickstarter, an intriguing present, and a... Read More »
The '662 patent is owned by Parallel Iron, whose attorneys have recently filed suit against Internet giants such as Amazon, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and even some... Read More »
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Wes Boudville[continued from previous posting] but no one did, then this can be used precisely as an argument for non-obviousness.
Feb 26, 2015
Wes BoudvilleBecause no one invented the invention prior to the actual filing date, and all the starting points of the patent were present. This is related to a recent quote by a Supreme Court jurist who said regarding non-obviousness that for any patent, anyone who objected to it could merely say, after disclosure, that the patent was obvious. It is never enough to say that it is obvious. One has to raise more precise points about the patent vis a vis the prior art. And one of the arguments for non-obviousness that can be made by the patent inventor is like judo - what I mentioned above.
Feb 26, 2015
Cloud computing is quickly shaping up to be the biggest thing since the invention of the Internet. The mid-90s dream of an open data stream containing just about... Read More »
Google, as a search engine, holds all the cards. Let’s be honest, if you were curious about which search engine is the best you would probably just Google it. I ... Read More »
Earlier this week, Sony announced its acquisition of California-based video game streaming company Gaikai for $380 million, a move that the Japanese company says is... Read More »
Pre Show It’s opening night and the show is about to begin. The performers are warming up, getting ready for the spectacle of a lifetime. Google, Amazon... Read More »
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Daniel PorterLooks like NYC is stepping up it's Wifi game above ground, too: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/07/11/nyc-wifi-hotspots-hit-streets/
Jul 12, 2012
Friday's child may be loving and giving, but Google I/O has already given its all. We've had a day of promising and exciting demos, followed by a day of more... Read More »
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Jul 2, 2012
"People always fear change. People feared electricity when it was invented, didn't they? People feared coal, they feared gas-powered engines... There will... Read More »
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Jackie KellyIntel's plan does make me squeamish. I wonder how they will prevent people from simply covering up the camera. Not let you watch TV if the camera isn't getting reasonable data?
Jun 27, 2012
Richard BachnerA camera would be invasive, but I don't mind seeing targeted ads through TV. That's not a big deal, and beneficial in terms of showing you products you might be interested in. This reminds me of some of the contraversies over Facebook as well. What's interesting is that a lot of people are very concerned about what Facebook does with the data it collects as well, but its not even if Facebook's best interest to give that social data away. They want to hoard it. Whether companies are using Facebook ads directly or the 3rd party types of companies found at http://www.buyfacebookfansreviews.com for example, there's no way that outsiders get personally identifiable information about people through ads. I have to assume that TV ads would be the same way. I think cameras are a non-starter to be sure, but there's nothing wrong with improving ads as long as privacy is respected and people doing advertising don't get personal data such as emails, phone numbers, etc.
Jun 28, 2012
Cloud computing has been a buzzworthy trend for so long that it's now simply a movement in progress. Our files and apps are rapidly migrating from our hard drives ... Read More »
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Leonard PrietWith better virtualization technology, maybe the drive to miniaturize will find less motivation? Going forward, as long as there's enough room in data centers, our smartphones will only need enough processing capability to get data back-and-forth to the cloud.
May 23, 2012
James Lee PhillipsIt's a fair point about ubiquitous high-speed Internet; I'm especially fascinated by Harald Haas and Fraunhofer's VLC "lightbulb" connectivity. It seems we've been on the verge of real uninterrupted "everywhere" high-speed Internet for some time. Perhaps there's room for a conspiracy theory about wireless data carriers holding back innovation?
Jun 1, 2012
Google’s come up with its solution for Dropbox: If you can’t buy ‘em, copy ‘em. The search engine and online advertising giant replaced its... Read More »
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Anonymous Well Microsoft also said Internet explorer was an extension of their Windows and that's how they managed to keep the competition away: by providing the IE for free.
May 6, 2012
Javier DelgadoI fail to see Doogle drive as a replacement of google docs, instead is really and extension of google docs.
May 6, 2012
There are a number of fundamental principles used by software engineers when creating new technologies for end consumers.  One of the more popular design... Read More »
YOU are the product. This is the not-so-secret wisdom that accompanies the inevitable question of how some online ventures can become profitable. Like the 20th... Read More »
"Invention, strictly speaking, is little more than a new combination of those images which have been previously gathered and deposited in the memory; nothing can ... Read More »
Everyone has been talking about a new study that links specific genes to both brain volume and IQ. But perhaps more interesting than the results of the study are the... Read More »
Google co-founder Sergey Brin believes there is a rising threat to the Internet the likes of which the world has not seen before. It just so happens that the biggest... Read More »
Instagram and Jeremy Lin: Proof that the hardest people to teach are the 'experts' Jeremy Lin is a name you may have heard within the past two months... Read More »
This week's high-tech headlines and trends ... The secret high-tech augment reality arms race Bionic contact lenses, augmented reality glasses and... Read More »