A lack of diversity among product design teams has negatively impacted the experience women have with countless products. For instance, when seat belts were created, they were designed with the average man in mind. As a result, studies have shown that seat-belted women are 47 percent more likely to be seriously injured than seat-belted men […]
According to Lux Research, investors have invested $4.3 billion into the development of sensors over the past ten years. However it’s the pattern of the 28,927 sensor patents that were given since 1975 that actually unveils the value and potential of these patents. Lux Research studied patent trends for five kinds of sensors. These included […]
It’s about so much more than giving code away.
Appeals court protects Apple’s patent on slide-to-unlock, autocorrect, and quicklinks.
The U.S. is a tough market for a low-margin smartphone.
Great idea. Terrible timing.
Irony, thy name is Jony Ive.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck a blow at software patents, but many feel the court did not go far enough.
Apple is a brilliant innovator. Too bad Cupertino hasn’t learned to share.
The tech giants (finally) bury the hatchet and join forces on patent reform.
Apple may fund one imbroglio with Samsung after another, but the real target is Google … and Android.
A new patent application reveals that Google has worked on smart contact lenses with teensy embedded cameras.
Another patent imbroglio between Apple and Samsung starts today in the U.S. District Court of Northern California.
A patent sheds light on how carriers might charge more for “non-permissible” data.
Pretty soon our social media feeds could just be robots talking to each other.
A jury awarded Apple another victory in its endless patent battle with Samsung.
Twitter reveals IBM has come after it for patent infringement. Is it desperation, or licensing business as usual?
A patent troll created by Apple, Microsoft and others finally takes on Google directly.
Microsoft shrewdly opted not to buy Nokia’s mobile patents, thereby enabling another massive patent troll to prey on Android.
Red Hat’s CEO thinks that the US patent regime’s dominance may diminish as developing economies grow.