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Apple’s latest patent indicates that Apple Car is nearing its existence

There have been several instances which have led us to believe that Apple is seriously considering creating an Apple Car which is purported as ‘Project Titan’.  The Cupertino firm’s latest patents further consolidates this fact. The patent in question does all the stuff right from unlocking the doors to creating temporary Car keys to turning

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Alice in Patentland: Device Enhancement v. Amazon

Plaintiff Device Enhancement, LLC Defendant Amazon.com, Inc. Case 15-762-SLR Court District of Delaware Judge Sue L. Robinson (United States District Judge) Motion Motion to Dismiss Decision GRANTED Decision Date May 17, 2016 Background – Amazon challenged Device Enhancement LLC’s U.S. Patent No. 7,747,683 stating that its claims simply recite a well-known idea of segmenting and formatting

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Alice in Patentland: Affinity v. Netflix

Plaintiff Affinity Labs of Texas, LLC Defendant Netflix, Inc. Case 1:15-cv-849-RP Court Western District of Texas Austin Division Judge Robert Pitman (United States District Judge) Motion Motion to Dismiss Decision DENIED Decision Date May 6, 2016 Background – Netflix challenged Affinity Labs’ U.S. Patent No. 9,094,802 stating that its claims simply recite a well-known idea of

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Facebook re-imagines emoji by turning us into them!

Emojis or Emoticons are getting popular day by day and we use it as a part of our conversation frequently be it on iMessage, Whatsapp or native Facebook messenger. It is such an integral part of our conversations that not using it enough is considered as rude. Apparently, Facebook is now taking this to a

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Alice in Patentland: Art+Com v. Google

Plaintiff Art+Com Innovationpool Gmbh Defendant Google Inc. Case 14-217-RGA Court District Of Delaware Judge Richard G. Andrews (United States District Judge) Motion Motion for Summary Judgement Decision DENIED Decision Date April 28, 2016 Background – Google challenged Art+Com Innovationpool’s U.S. Patent No. RE44,550 stating that claim 1, the only independent claim, is directed at patent-ineligible subject