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The Positive and Negative Impacts of Patent Litigation on Innovation: A Closer Look

Patent litigation, the process of taking legal action over alleged infringement of a patent, can have a significant impact on innovation. Patents are intended to provide inventors with ...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

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5 Common Defenses to Patent Infringement: How to Avoid Liability

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Where Is Intellectual Property Policy Headed in 2023?

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Can Patents Claim Categorically? Supreme Court to hear Amgen v. Sanofi this term

Written by: Philip M. Nelson In 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Amgen Inc. v. Sanofi to decide whether an inventor must describe every example...

It’s Not the Size of the Chamber That Matters, It’s How You Describe It in the Intrinsic Record

Written by: Brandon G. Smith GRACE INSTRUMENT INDUS. V. CHANDLER INSTRUMENTS CO. Before Chen, Cunningham, and Stark. Appeal from the United States District Court for the...

Patexia Insight 164: US Trademarks and Patents Declined in 2022

In March and April, we plan to release our Patent Intelligence Report and Trademark Intelligence Report, which will cover patent and trademark prosecution in the past five years. These ...

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In the wake of Samsung's Exynos quad-core processors, now powering their increasingly successful line of Galaxy smartphones, the semiconductor leader has started... Read More »
A quiet battle is currently raging over computer memory. The combatants, many of whom are also allies, include Japan and South Korea, DRAM and NAND, solid-state and... Read More »
Toshiba invented NAND flash twenty five years ago. Today, flash memory is used in iPhones and iPads, and a myriad of mobile gadgets used by hundreds of millions of... Read More »
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Anonymous i should say thats a great invention especially the 10ns speed and ability to work on low power better stil store data when power is out thats awesome especially for users in countries like uganda where power is not stable, My concern though is with all these firms joinin the battle for patents is going to ruin ReRam's usage as new storages will come up to compete with it. I dont see Toshiba or HP or even Dell sitting and not inventing a simillar storage in case they lose the patents.
May 14, 2012
Daniel PorterIt seems pretty clear ReRAM is going to be the next "big" technology in the world of small technology. Like NAND, though, it's likely going to take a few years of development before they have it in a marketable form, and I think the company's that started earlier like Toshiba (and maybe Micron, now that they have Elpida's IP and expertise) are going to have a pretty significant advantage.
May 14, 2012
  The Patent Board Semiconductors industry scorecard, which ranks 240 companies, has ranked Micron Technology first in the Science Strength category and... Read More »
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