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Data Breach: No Injury-in-Fact, Case Dismissed

It well known that there are, unfortunately, many data breaches that frequently put private citizens’ data privacy in jeopardy.  States have passed a variety of statutes...

To Limit or Not to Limit: What Is the Basis of Your Prior Art Distinction During Prosecution?

VECTURA LIMITED v. GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC Before Prost, Bryson, and Wallach.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Delaware Summary: Distinguishing...

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HVLPO2, LLC v. OXYGEN FROG, LLC Before Newman, Moore, and Chen.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida... Read More »
Johnstech International sued JF Microtechnology for infringing its patent related to semiconductor contactors for testing integrated circuits.  Both companies... Read More »
QUEST INTEGRITY USA, LLC v. COKEBUSTERS USA INC. Before Dyk, Taranto, and Hughes.  Appeal from the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware. ... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Lourie, Linn, and Taranto.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. Summary: ... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Prost, Moore, and Reyna.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts Summary: A patent ... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Prost, Newman, Mayer, Lourie, Dyk, Moore, O’Malley, Reyna, Wallach, Taranto, Chen, Hughes, and Stoll.  Petition for... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Newman, Wallach, and Chen.  Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board Summary:  The Federal Circuit upheld the... Read More »
In a surprise attack against Intel, GlobalFoundries accelerated its semiconductor roadmap by announcing plans for a 14-nanometer chip using FinFET technology. The... Read More »
Intel spent three days last week trying to convince the world it still needed PCs. The PC industry hoped the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco would reinvent... Read More »
Electronic waste is slowly becoming a large-scale problem for our technologically advanced society. Rice University researchers have developed a new way of recycling... Read More »
The semiconductor market is getting both larger and smaller every year. According to reports by ICinsights.com, the twelve companies that accounted for 81% of the... Read More »
Trial and error is rarely fun, let’s be honest. Isolating effective metallic combinations for stable Nanocrystalline is likely no exception, though to be fair I ... Read More »
Nearly 300 million people worldwide live with diabetes, and regular testing is a crucial part of many of their lives. Purdue university researcher Jonathan Claussen... Read More »
University of Tokyo and RIKEN Institute researchers exploit a new type of magnetic phase in materials to eliminate electrical power loss. The team's device uses a ... Read More »
A group of Clemson University researchers was unsatisfied with the limited properties of modern fiber optic cables. “We have used a highly purified version of... Read More »
Graphene is pretty much as thin as it gets, being single-layered sheets of carbon molecules and all. As a result, graphene always needs to be supported by some other... Read More »
Overcoming the Schottky barrier, researchers have constructed the first ever logic gates from un-doped silicon nanowires. Silicon nanowires are one of the great hopes ... Read More »
Plastic electronics: they hold the promise of cheap mass-produced LEDs and solar cells, but they have a flaw: charge traps. Researchers from the Georgia Institute of... Read More »
Photovoltaics are the ultimate source of clean and renewable energy, but today’s technologies utilize relatively scarce and expensive semiconductors that are... Read More »
“The fact is that we really don’t understand how any atomic-scale defect affects the performance on an optoelectronic device,” said Norman Tolk, the ... Read More »
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