IBM – a word synonymous with innovation and patent leadership, has always been a front-runner when it comes to patents issued year-on-year. For the past 24 years it has lead the way in terms of patent filings in the United States and is usually a distant first from other innovating companies. What’s even more amazing
It’s no news that Amazon is heavily vested in drone deliveries. Several trials already happened in Britain and US only confirms this focus. Amazon has come up with another intelligent technology which allows drones to be efficient. A U.S. Patent No. 9,676,477 titled ‘Adjustable unmanned aerial vehicles’, describes how to play around with the rotor
The AIA is a United States federal statute that closely resembles previously proposed legislation in the Senate, i.e. Patent Reform Act of 2009. Named after its lead sponsors, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), the Act is a United States federal statute that closely resembles previously proposed legislation in the Senate, i.e.
Most of us, at some point in our lives, have thought of an idea which we believed would be the ’Next Big Thing’. But how many of us actually do something big with that idea? Not many. This is because of the lack of knowledge of what exactly should be done once you have an
These days every flagship smartphone is IP67 minimum certified which ensures the smartphone stays waterproof for up to 30 minutes if submerged in 1 meter deep water. Most of the smartphones use oleo phobic coating to keep the ports water free. However, Apple in its new patent application 2017/0127163 titled, ‘Hydrophobic Mesh Cover’ describes how
The Beginning… Medical devices are becoming portable and user-friendly so, that you don’t need to visit the doctor unnecessarily. These medical devices are giving promising results and use extensively at homes. The technological enhancement is racing and changing the earlier invention’s outlook. As remembering the old inventions in medical devices, one of the prominent and
It looks like Amazon has a great idea to cut down on clothing manufacturing costs. How does it do it? Well, the patent talks about how the clothes only start stitching once an order is placed. The U.S. patent 9,623,578 titled, ‘On demand apparel manufacturing’ describes a system which evaluates all the orders placed worldwide