The streaming genie is out of the bottle. There is no going to back to CD sales or downloading as the primary model for music
Invention is about the future. Looking back at the technology and images that defined us, however, can provide an idea of where we are headed.
When it comes to getting paid, the bigger streaming service is not necessarily better for most musicians and song writers. While the revenue and market
Some information technology companies dubious about strong patents that can be used to restrict their activities or force them to pay licensing fees, appear to
An article that appeared last week in the Financial Times calling into question the effectiveness of a U.S. patent system dangerously weakened by bad legislation
At time when patent certainty and value are under attack, global automobile manufacturers are competing with major technology companies for IP rights to the future,
This year’s 9/11 remembrance will be followed but an anniversary of a different sort. September 12 marks the day that Amazon’s controversial “1-Click” patent is
A small but growing number of investors are buying the rights to musician’s future earnings, hoping to beat the fixed income returns and other markets.
Qualcomm is the first known patent licensor to tout its invention prowess in a New York Times ad directed at the business community. One of the
While the share of revenue from streaming paid to record labels and recording artists is rising, Apple Inc., among the fairest licensees in on-line music,
Can Internet monopolies – adept at providing at providing information – be prevented from violating the rights of individuals, businesses and IP holders, and impeding innovation?
The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU), an independent, unaffiliated non-profit dedicated to increasing IP awareness and improving negative attitudes towards patents, copyrights and other