Join us in Rio de Janeiro on 29th November for the first-ever IPBC Latin America. https://t.co/9B5ZIHSHFA
Sec Ross and Director Iancu sign a version of patent 10 million with the inventor Joseph Marron from @raytheon https://t.co/SfuIhXtc1G
Commerce sec Ross with @uspto Director Iancu marking 10 million patents https://t.co/EsVmDQmyvg
We are delighted to announce the latest addition to the IPBC family, with the launch of IPBC Latin America, which will be held for the first time on 29th November in Rio de Janeiro. The event - taking place immediately after the annual ASIPI meeting, which is also being held in the city - joins IPBCs Global, Asia, Europe, South East Asia, India, Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan,...
The sprawling dispute between Apple and Qualcomm, in which the two Califoirnia-based companies are slugging it out in a protracted, multinational dispute, took a new turn yesterday when the iPhone giant filed inter partes reviews (IPRs) against two of the chipmaker’s patents that have been asserted against it in district court. It could well the first time Qualcomm has been...
Longhorn IP, the Texas-based NPE, has launched its fifth portfolio, a collection of semiconductor patents originally owned by Sharp. The licensing company, run by Khaled Fekih-Romdhane and Chris Dubuc, is calling its new vehicle Katana Silicon Technologies LLC – a name hinting at the Japanese source of the patents, which USPTO assignment records reveal is Sharp. Like the other...
Self-driving car sales are expected to hit 21 million by 2035. No surprise then that both traditional car makers and leading technology companies are vying to be the first to release a fully autonomous vehicle