Inventions

Become a Product Licensing Machine Using These 8 Strategies

Learn the reason why most product ideas get licensed and how to take advantage of it.

Stephen Key

10 inventions that prove the best things were born in the 90s

From Google.com to Nintendo 64, there's a lot to attribute to the decade in which we millennials grew up.

Rose Leadem

Meet 'Yayagram', the device created by a young man to communicate with his grandmother

The computer engineer Manuel Lucio presented his invention on Twitter, which consists of a curious device to facilitate communication with his grandmother and which he baptized as 'Yayagram'.

5 Goals New Product Prototype Development Will Help You Achieve

To successfully launch a new product, you need to pay special attention to product development and manufacturing. Here's what prototyping teaches about making the best product possible.

Onega Ulanova

5 Inventing and Licensing Trends That Will Dominate In 2021

What to know as you're preparing for the year ahead.

Stephen Key

A Japanese Town Is Using Creepy Robotic Wolves to Scare Away Bears

Bear attacks are on the rise and "Monster Wolves" appear to be a solution.

Jonathan Small

Inventors, Here's How to License Your Idea and Make Money

Your honest, no b.s. guide to profitable inventing.

Stephen Key

Protecting Your Critical Inventions On A Tight Budget

A three-step system to get the most value with little cost.

These 13-Year-Old Board Game Creators Can Teach All Entrepreneurs a Thing or Two

Lily Brown and Tait Hansen got an early crash course in how the business world works, and have some insights to share.

Kenny Herzog

Why Your Patent Is Probably Worthless

Filing on inventions that aren't marketable just helps enrich the Patent and Trademark Office.

Stephen Key