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4 September, 2014,

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Bose & Beats Dispute over Headphone Patents

Bose & Beats Dispute over Headphone Patents
The dispute's core are noise-canceling patents registered by Bose and allegedly infringed by Beats, on 25th of July Bose filed a suit against Beats Electronics. The axis of Bose's claim are 50 years of research and development that the company had invested in developing the noise cancellation technology and had registered 36 United States patents in the field. Bose was a pioneer in the field and accordingly desired patent protection because of the significant amount of time and money the company had invested in the development. It is the proprietary technology of Bose and the company has the right to enforce its patent rights.

4 September, 2014,

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Google's Micro Lens Tech Patent

Google's Micro Lens Tech Patent
"Intrusive Technology" has been debated for several years now that technology minimized itself more and more. Google as the usher of new technology and pioneer of various fields of technology as filed a patent application with the USPTO. The patent application is a contact lens with a tiny camera embedded with many uses including aiding the visually impaired, photographing the sight of the user and more.

4 September, 2014,

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Amazon Fortune Telling Patent

Amazon Fortune Telling Patent
Amazon had secured a patent known as "method and system for anticipatory package shipping" in year 2013. The invention is basically a shipping booster which predicts pre designated area segments of proffered ordered products and pre-delivers those products to the specified areas of distribution, while the good are being shipped, the route changes to various orders and shipped specifically to each order's location.

4 September, 2014,

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See-Through Texting Patent

See-Through Texting Patent
Apple secured a U.S patent for a so called "transparent texting" technology that enables the users to see what is in front of them while texting. Numbers of smartphone users who stumble upon walls, glass windows and other random objects are rising persistently, along with recorded events of injuries due to the phenomena and even at some cases fatalities are recorded. The fast pace changes to reality due to hand placed smart devices are yet to be over.

3 September, 2014,

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The Pirate Bay Copyright Infringement sends Founder to Jail

The Pirate Bay Copyright Infringement sends Founder to Jail
Peter Sunde, one of the founders of top grossing file-sharing site, the "Pirate Bay" had been caught by Swedish police and sentenced eight months in jail for copyright infringement. Peter was also fined for nearly $7 million 4 years ago; rumor has it that after he received the fine he had taken sanctuary in Germany.

3 September, 2014,

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Beastie Boys land a Copyright Infringement Compensation

Beastie Boys land a Copyright Infringement Compensation
Michael "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz and the estate of the late Adam "MCA" Yauch sued Monster Energy Corp for a clear copyright infringement. The claimants are the legendary rap/rock band known by the name Beastie Boys, a combination of about 26 songs performed by the beastie boys amongst were "Sabotage", "So Whatcha Want" and "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun", the mash-up had been used by Monster Energy Corp as part of a promotional video without the consent and licensing to the music copyright.

3 September, 2014,

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Patentability of Isolated Gene Sequences (DNA)

Patentability of Isolated Gene Sequences (DNA)
This is a fascinating story of a combination between medicine and intellectual property. The case of "Association of Molecular Pathology (AMP) v. Myriad Genetics" was discussed in several courts in the United States until the supreme court of justice, hereinafter: "The Court", had ruled last year.

3 September, 2014,

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Business Methods Patent Eligibility

Business Methods Patent Eligibility
In a court ruling of Alice Corp vs. CLS Bank, the supreme court of justice hereinafter: "The Court" determined that the defense of patent eligibility shall not be bestowed upon a computed method of financial exchange which minimizes risk of either sides of a deal not filling their obligation towards the other.

3 September, 2014,

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China's Trademark Troll Trend

China's Trademark Troll Trend
Like many US clean tech companies, successfully registering any company IP rights in China has been a long term saga with an unknown destination. Considering the fact that more than 70% of china's economy is based on forgery and copying there is no surprise such difficulties in the IP registering field arise.

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