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WTO Issues Precedential Decision Sending Shock Waves Throughout the IP World In March 2020, the world was upended and faced with unimaginable challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic posed...

Is Thanksgiving Trademarked? Who Owns Some of the Most Beloved Trademarks of the National Holiday?

  Who would have thought that centuries after the Pilgrims first feasted on their harvest, this national holiday would attract businesses to establish their presence on the...

Patexia Insight 160: Top IPR Attorneys of 2022

In early September, we published our IPR Intelligence Report, the sixth in an annual series covering the IPR proceedings landscape that took place during the last five years. This...

Twitter Experiences Problems with Copyright Strike System, Users Upload Full Movies

  During this month, Twitter has been  the center of attention due to cutting its workforce by nearly  half. Up until Saturday, the website has remained online and not...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK American National Manufacturing Inc. v. Sleep Number Corporation, Appeal Nos. 2021-1321, -1323, -1379, -1382 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 14, 2022) In an appeal from inter partes ...

Feed tagged as "automobiles":
Curved mirrors alone are not news; a mirror with an "objects in mirror are closer than they appear" warning features a curve that affords the driver a... Read More »
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Ann ConkleDo you mean that it won't be a factory feature now, but could be if the regulations are changed? I assume they would eventually change them to allow for safer technology.
Jun 8, 2012
Daniel PorterCurrent regulations say all production cars need to have a flat mirror on the driver's side, and the release seems to indicate that's unlikely to change. Honestly, I expect to see comprehensive all-around camera systems for visibility before I see the DMV do something sensible like change their regulations.
Jun 8, 2012
General Electric’s “Vehicle Innovation Center,” as it is called, opens for business today in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Customers can test on a... Read More »
New research from North Carolina State University shows that technologies implemented as a result of federal requirements governing diesel engines of new tractor... Read More »
The Hertz Corporation is developing compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles in the US. Hertz will begin renting CNG Honda Civics and CNG GMC Yukons at Will Rogers World ... Read More »
Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Mitsubishi Electric) have completed the development and begun... Read More »
Cushman introduces the Cushman LSV 800, a street-legal utility vehicle designed for use in management of large grounds and campuses, municipalities and utilities ... Read More »
To enable radio reception in electric vehicles, manufacturers must install filters and insulate cables, since electrical signals will otherwise interfere with music... Read More »
The new DENZA brand for the electric vehicle developed by BYD Daimler New Technology Co. Ltd., the 50:50 joint venture between Daimler and Chinese electric battery... Read More »
Owners of the 2012 GMC Acadia midsize crossover can safely merge onto the highway using technology similar to what fighter pilots use to guide precise movements at... Read More »
At the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML in Dortmund, Germany, researchers are working to harness swarm intelligence as a means of improving... Read More »
New techniques in lighting design are adding to the dramatic presence of luxury cars, while also providing real-world functional benefits. The all-new 2013 Cadillac... Read More »
  Upgrades to Ford’s full-motion virtual test track will help the automaker continue to develop and test active safety and driver aid technologies that ... Read More »
Active seat-belt buckles are currently under development by Mercedes-Benz and will shortly go into series production in one of the Stuttgart manufacturer's... Read More »
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