Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million to University for Patent Infringement
The processors in Apple's iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus -- along with some editions of the iPad -- violated the patent.
Radicals & Visionaries
How an Outdoor-Clothing Company Is Building Up Manufacturing in Mountain Towns
One entrepreneur is bringing the 'microbrew' model to manufacturing.
Airbus Files Patent That Shows Airplane Passengers Stacked On Top of Each Other
Because people aren't already crammed into planes like sardines.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
7 Apple Patents We Hope Will Be Used to Make Actual Products
From biometric-tracking headphones to water-resistant electronic parts, we'd be into a lot of these products. Get on it, Apple.
Google Just Got a Patent for Adding Holograms to a Google-Glass-Type Headset
The United States Patent and Trademark Office approved the tech giant's patent for technology that would overlay holograms onto the wearer's real world view.
Microsoft and Google Make Peace in Patent Battles
The companies are settling 18 cases in the U.S. and Germany.
What Good Is a Patent if You Can't Enforce It?
The answer: A patent helps you impress investors and raise capital.
IBM Is Taking an Unusual Approach to Selling Patents to Startups
While it's not strange for a large patent holder to sell off patents, IBM's method is raising some eyebrows.
Someday, Your Facebook Friends May Determine Whether You Get a Loan
Facebook's latest patent suggests lenders could approve or deny loans based on a user's social connections.
Low-Cost Patent Search Options for Inventors on a Budget
Inventors routinely believe they were the first to think of their great idea. They are not routinely correct.
What Google Is Really Doing by Giving Away Patents
How the tech giant's plan will and won't help startups.
Jeff John Roberts
Are Standard Equity Stakes in Spinoffs Misguided?
Universities may be missing out on owning a share of their strongest spinoffs.
Have an Invention? Here's How to Make It Into an Actual Product. (Infographic)
As the creator of a new product, you need to know the costs so you can weigh the risks and the rewards.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Google Patent Appeal Over Street View
The tech giant will indeed need to defend claims that its Street View mapping software violates patents held by someone else.
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