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.
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
With software representing as many as 63% of new U.S. inventions, businesses of all types are faced with the decision to protect their developments with
IP CloseUp celebrated its Tenth Anniversary in 2021, with viewership up 44% since 2018. Annual increases since 2018 were 7%, 11 % and 21%, respectively. The 2021
Brian Hinman knows a thing or two about IP rights. Hinman believes that companies need to scrutinize them more systematically and openly if they hope
A new podcast series, ‘Understanding IP Matters – From creator to entrepreneur’ is set to launch from the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding. ‘Understanding IP
A video recently shot and edited by University of Colorado, Colorado Springs students asked three timely questions: What do students know about intellectual property rights?
IBM and IPwe, believe that NFTs, Non-Fungible Tokens – one-of-a-kind limited digital editions – can transform stagnant patent monetization into a trillion dollar market. Two IP icons
For most years since 1996 IBM, the perennial annual U.S. patent recipient and licensing leader, generated $1 billion or more in intellectual property revenue, $27
Intellectual property and entrepreneurs, China, diversity & inclusion and overlooked intangible asset value will be among topics addressed at the 4th Intellectual Property Awareness Summit,
The term PIPCO – public intellectual property company – was born in 2013 at time when as many as 30 relatively small patent licensing business