Tweet of the week Thanks to @ifones for tweeting this week about how Apple may take on a new role in video gaming if its latest patent application, published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last week, ever makes it into a product. Take a look how Patently Apple breaks down the Apple patent […]
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Tweet of the week Thanks to Innovator, Consultant, Strategist, Emerging Media, Social TV, Canadian Expatriate Richard Kastelein for tweeting @expathos this week about a Sony patent application that may give us a preview on how viewers could interact with their TVs. What is the future TV of and TV apps. We all know that one […]
Tweet of the week Thanks to @StrongerAmerica for tweeting this week about the importance of making innovation a top priority in corporate America. James Andrew, senior partner and head of the global innovation practice at Boston Consulting Group, authors this article for Business Week. The difference between a company whose CEO and leadership team have […]
Tweet of the week Thanks to Peter Black @PeterBlackQUT for tweeting this week about the importance of teaching children to respect the intellectual property rights of others. Ben Child, Guardian film writer and blogger wrote that Lord David Puttnam the president of the Film Distributors’ Association voiced his concern of the need for new methods […]
Tweet of the week Thanks to @ipgossip for tweeting this week about Apple being the number one target for NPEs in the US. Joff Wild of IAM Magazine commented that, “Apple must have spent well over $200 million on dealing with NPEs over the last few years and I imagine a few others can match […]
Tweet of the week Thanks to @Patent Wire for tweeting about the new pilot program where the first 3,000 applications related to green technologies will be examined by the USPTO on an accelerated basis. Go green!
Thanks to @ipdotcom for tweeting this week about the Internet’s birthday. And linking from thier Twitter stream @ipdotcom to this very interesting YouTube video giving us an insight of Internet pioneer and UCLA computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock about the meager beginnings of the Internet.