A timely new book conveys the history of patents, their use and evolution, and how they have survived by remaining the same while still adapting
“Governments can control property like patents,” says a former worldwide IP executive. “They don’t as easily control trade secrets.” These are the words of trade
The emerging revenue sources of large technology companies like Apple and Microsoft may be an indication of their regard for certain intellectual property rights and their
The author of a new book who was previously accused of employing junk economic science says that software ownership is damaging innovation and impeding U.S. competition.
“Few people outside of the innovation ecosystem understand the value of intellectual property,” reports Forbes in an article out this week, “Who is Intellectual Property For?
A National Science Foundation study released in 2021 about the value businesses place on various IP rights found that organizations that conduct significant R&D place a higher
Earlier this year China issued a detailed “Outline for Building a Powerful Intellectual Property Country.” It is an impressive document which needs to be taken
Whether it is a quest for quality where “less is more,” diminished U.S. patent reliability or a function of budget cutbacks, leading U.S. companies received significantly fewer
It being reported by several sources that Sergey Brin, Google founder and board member, has filed for divorce from his wife of four years, Nicole Shanahan,
Jam-packed with timely panels and notable speakers the 2022 IPWatchdog LIVE will be an auspicious start to a busy IP fall conference season. IPWatchdog LIVE
It is no surprise that voters in both parties are not fans of the views of Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Despite this his recent commentary
Major areas of technology, such as healthcare, have experienced inordinately high numbers of patent grants over the past decade, but according to the latest research