One of the world’s most innovative companies Amazon has come up with another intelligent technology which is outright brilliant. There is a heavy research going on regarding drones to increase their efficiency and overcome restrictions such as fly time and weight. With Amazon heavily investing in drone delivery, it is only logical that they come
In the movies, we all love the fact that the actors are waving their hands and the projected screens are updated with vast amounts of data and they execute their tasks and investigations and drill down on their research using various gestures. Amazon has recently been granted a patent which identifies gestures to change the
One of the world’s most innovative companies Amazon has come up with another intelligent technology which is practical and definitely fits the bracket of absolute necessity when it comes to the technology it has to offer. We all love music and having a headphone that helps us enjoy it takes that experience to another level.
Amazon has recently been named as the world’s smartest company as per MIT’s annual list. There is no doubt that amazon is working on products and technologies across domains right from IoT to designing great book readers to smart homes etc. It is also invested heavily into the idea of delivering packages via drones within
We have all seen that Google, IBM and Apple have at all points tried to bring in features related to automatic reply in case of unavailability. Surely they can be helpful but at the same time they are too mechanical and does not have a human emotional element attached to it. Now seeing from the
Yahoo has put up for auction over 3000 patents and expects to raise over US $1 Billion from it. Interestingly, this auction is separate from the core business of Yahoo for which Verizon and AT&T are likely to close on the biddings. That core business sales will have 500 granted patents and about 600 published
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