This past week Deere & Company took legal action against Precision Planting and owner AGCO Corporation, claiming the companies infringed on 12 John Deere patents. These patents relate to the ExactEmerge platform.
A wide array of corporations, including Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Bank of America, are lining up to enter a potentially lucrative club: one that allows them to own patents on blockchain technology.
With the jump in projected deficits due to the Republican tax cuts, the deficit hawks are preparing for a battle the next time Democrats gain control of the White House. We can count on their thoughtful insistence that, however desirable, we can't possibly spend more money on child care, health care, or other neglected areas.
Although top senators, including Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Marco Rubio, are urging the administration not to bend on ZTE, President Trump is planning to ease penalties on the Chinese telecommunications giant for violating sanctions against Iran and North Korea.
KATHMANDU, May 24: OPPO has been granted a patent for its new in-display fingerprint scanner, a statement issued by the smartphone maker stated.
A coalition of companies, including Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Uber Technologies Inc., is getting ready to buy an array of patents to defend against potential infringement suits.
The decade-long Apple v Samsung patent-infringement trial is nearing its end. A jury is expected to announce on Monday whether the premier Android maker owes Apple $1 billion for copying the iPhone’s design.
Since the introduction of innovation patents in Australia in 2001, purportedly to boost the innovation metric in small and medium-sized businesses, less than 5,000 were ever awarded to the scheme's targets.
Rhythm Biosciences (ASX:RHY) has today announced that coverage of its granted European patent (EP2829881) has been confirmed in 13 jurisdictions: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland & Liechtenstein and the United Kingdom.
It seems like Coolpad is suing Xiaomi over patent infringement, well, Coolpad’s subsidiary that is, Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific. Back in January, Coolpad actually sued Xiaomi for patent infringement, though back then, it seemed like the issue will be resolved soon… well, that doesn’t seem to be the case. In fact, Xiaomi claimed that it never received any official notice of a lawsuit by Coolpad, so the whole case seemed a bit weird. In any case, Coolpad has filed a case against Xiaomi in Shenzhen quite recently, and the company even officially announced its lawsuit, it seems, at least if My Drivers publication is to be believed. In the provided document, the company did clarify what’s going on here.