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iPhone’s Home button might be scrapped, screen to scan fingerprints

Apple was the first mobile phone maker that introduced fingerprint security to their smartphones with iPhone 5s. Ever since that, we have seen several mobile phone makers to introduce a fingerprint sensor but none has been able to master the efficiency and quickness of Touch ID enabled smartphones. Now, Apple through their latest patent granted

Year in Review

Top Performing Law Firms – 2016

Patent litigation in the US has been evolving continuously year on year. Although there has been a decline in the cases filed, few law firms have continued to perform well during the past year. According to a list published by IAM, here are the top performing law firms for the year 2016. Firms: Prosecution Fenwick

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IP Conferences in 2017

The following list provides an overview of upcoming intellectual property events and conferences worldwide, hosted by some notable organizations and other entities active in the IP arena. Dates Conference City/State/Country January 11 – 13 9th Global IP Convention New Delhi, India January 16 – 17 IIPLA 3rd Dubai IP Congress 2017 Dubai January 25 – 26

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Disney might soon alter rides based on user emotions

Disneyland – we all love it and have it on our bucket list for things to do in a lifetime. It is a heaven for thrill seekers and now Disney plans to take the users excitement level and experience to a whole new level. Disney’s recent publication U.S. 20170021282 titled ‘Sensing And Managing Vehicle Behavior

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Patent Facts you probably didn’t know

The following list provides an overview of some notable intellectual property events that have occurred in the past and have specific importance in this domain. January January 2, 1879 Auguste Bartholdi filed a design patent on Statue of Liberty (Design for a statue (USD11023S) January 2, 1906 Willis Carrier receives a US patent for the

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Google is taking on Uber with their efficient pickup and drop-off points in autonomous vehicles

Google is betting big on self-driving vehicles. With several prototypes already in the market and with several test runs already done, the focus has been in making them more reliable and efficient. Now with the help of Google maps, it is looking for identifying pick-up and drop-off points for the passengers for autonomous vehicles. Google’s