The innovation and patent leads that the US and Europe currently enjoy will be lost to East Asia by 2029 if current… https://t.co/UAI2v64L7T
The US and EU will lose all innovation leadership positions to Asian countries by 2029, new report claims. https://t.co/YnoqouIRy5
New licensing team takes control of former Blackberry portfolio after Samsung settlement https://t.co/eFAL7qtmFn
Unless the United States takes action now to improve its innovation and commercialisation processes, it will lose its leading position by all measures of innovation by 2029, the authors of a new report have claimed. The outlook is similarly gloomy for the EU and the UK, with the study predicting that East Asian countries – mainly China and South Korea – are set to race past their...
Earlier this week a judge in the Eastern District of Texas officially dismissed the lawsuit between Samsung and Fundamental Innovation Systems International (FISI) after the pair settled their dispute. FISI had accused the tech giant of infringing 10 patents in a lawsuit filed early last year and the settlement leaves it with ongoing suits against just ZTE, Huawei and LG. FISI is...
Barcelona-based antenna technology developer Fractus yesterday announced in a press release that it has filed patent litigation in China against mobile manufacturer Oppo. In doing so it has become one of relatively few foreign licensors to assert Chinese patents against a local company. Oppo has been rapidly buying up overseas patents, but its second major international litigation dispute...
Between them, the 346 entities named in the IAM/ktMINE US Patent 1,000 Club hold close to 50% of all active US patents