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Nintendo Switch patent shows off a VR-style headset – VentureBeat


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Nintendo Switch patent shows off a VR-style headset
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NeoGAF user Rösti (it's an online forum of some of the most passionate gamers on the Internet) posted the patent online complete with various images and descriptions that match the new device, which allows games to be played either at home on a TV or ...
Nintendo Switch Patent Made Public - It Includes VR SupportMobiPicker

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Apple files Touch ID fingerprint patent to catch thieves – Mashable


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Apple files Touch ID fingerprint patent to catch thieves
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No matter how many passwords you set, your iPhone is never totally safe. Thieves are getting craftier and hackers are becoming more and more sophisticated. But a new patent might help catch iPhone stealers CSI-style. Apple has just filed a patent ...
Apple Patent Reveals A Potentially Cutting Edge Feature For Future iPhonesForbes
Apple's Patent Application Collects iPhone Thieves' Fingerprints and SelfiesFortune
To catch an iPhone thief, Apple files for patent to capture a fingerprint and imageSilicon Valley Business Journal
Hot Hardware -SlashGear -The Independent -AppFT - United States Patent and Trademark Office
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BlackBerry Files Two Patent Lawsuits Against Blu | Digital Trends – Digital Trends


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BlackBerry Files Two Patent Lawsuits Against Blu | Digital Trends
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After filing a complaint against Avaya, BlackBerry shifts its focus to Blu as the former filed two patent infringement lawsuits against the latter.
BlackBerry Targets BLU in New Patent Infringement Lawsuits ...Android Headlines
BlackBerry files patent infringement suit against smartphone maker ...MobileSyrup.com
BlackBerry files dual lawsuits in Florida against BLU productsAndroid Authority (blog)

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AbbVie Files Patent Suit Over Amgen’s Copy of Humira – Wall Street Journal


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AbbVie Files Patent Suit Over Amgen's Copy of Humira
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The lawsuit, filed late Thursday in federal court in Delaware, alleges Amgen's copy of the biotech drug Humira violates many of AbbVie's patents on the anti-inflammatory treatment. The suit asks the court to keep the copy off the market if it gains ...
AbbVie files patent lawsuit seeking to stop Amgen's copy of HumiraSeeking Alpha
AbbVie Sues Amgen to Fend Off Copy of Blockbuster HumiraBloomberg

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Disney Gets Patent to Take Pictures of People’s Feet – Newser


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Disney Gets Patent to Take Pictures of People's Feet
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Specifically, the patent titled System and method using foot recognition to create a customized guest experience would scan guests shoes when they enter the park then track them as the move about. According to the Orlando Business Journal, this would ...
Disney patent wants to stealthily track park visitors by their shoesThe Next Web
Disney awarded patent to track park guests by their footwearInside the Magic
Disney patent would track park goers by their shoesSiliconANGLE (blog)
Los Angeles Times -OCRegister -International Business Times UK -Uspto - United States Patent and Trademark Office
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Dissecting The Patent Gap – Fast Company


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Dissecting The Patent Gap
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Although women have more than quintupled their representation among patent holders since 1977, only 7.7% of more than 520,000 patents were applied for by a female inventor in 2010 (the most recent year gender was tracked by the United States Patent ...
The US Patent and Trademark Office is committed to improving qualityWashington Post
Stronger Chinese Patent Laws Also Help US CompaniesWall Street Journal
Message from the USPTO: It's Patent Prosecution, not PersecutionIPWatchdog.com
World Intellectual Property Review (subscription) -Patently-O -STLtoday.com
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Supreme Court Makes It Easier for Patent Holders to Win More in Damages – Wall Street Journal


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Supreme Court Makes It Easier for Patent Holders to Win More in Damages
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WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court on Monday made it easier for patent holders to win larger financial damages in court from copycats who use their inventions without permission. The high court, in a unanimous opinion by Chief Justice John Roberts, ...
Stryker, Halo to get second chance at enhanced patent damagesReuters
Supreme Court says win for patent holders won't embolden patent trollsArs Technica
U.S. Supreme Court Eases Way for Larger Patent Damage AwardsBloomberg
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