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Patexia Insight 108: Companies with the Largest Growth or Decline in Patents (2021)

Tomorrow, we are releasing our Third Annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report, where we have analyzed the patent prosecution data for five consecutive years (2016-2020), covering...

Suede Timbs on My Feet Make [Nas’s] Cipher Complete, but Timberland’s Section 2(f) Evidence Was Slacking and Acquired Distinctiveness Was Lacking

The TTAB has affirmed a refusal to register the trade dress configuration mark (see below) of the popular Timberland boot, a wardrobe staple in hip-hop culture (see The World is Yours...

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In the last few weeks, we have written about patent prosecution spending in the US using our revenue and cost estimation models. First, we estimated the size of the... Read More »
In a few short years China’s patent system has gone from an IP rights wannabe to one of the most responsive and patent-friendly systems in the world... Read More »
The race is on to gain control of a new technology that has the power to reinvent banking and make transactions and other agreements between parties cheaper... Read More »
Moore’s Law keeps the pressure on as semiconductor fabs and foundries continue to chase down higher quality chips at lower prices, a seemingly endless... Read More »
Nearly everyone is looking for an alternative to dino juice. Still, nothing has broken through yet as a mainstream alternative. Detroit's electric cars have made... Read More »
Once again, the United States can claim having the fastest supercomputer in the world. The US system, built by IBM and funded by the National Nuclear Security Agency... Read More »
  By Jim Finkle and Edwin Chan               (Reuters) - IBM global sales chief Virginia Rometty will take over as ... Read More »
Are you using a virtual keyboard (like the one on your iPad or other touch screen gadgets) instead of a physical keyboard? If yes, were you happier using a physical... Read More »
Comments
Gena PatentI think this is a brilliant idea, and IBM is ahead of the curve in seeking to obtain a patent on what is certain to become a leading technological tool.http://www.GeneralPatent.com/blog/
Aug 2, 2011
Abhilasha BoraWould like to see such keypads being launched even though I am quite a physical-keyboard loyalist.
Jul 30, 2011
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