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Recently, there has been a push in Congress to place restrictions on the filing of patent infringement lawsuits.
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UC Santa Barbara engineering professors Samir Mitragotri and Steven DenBaars have been named to the rank of Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.
A regular t-shirt feels the same as the new silic invention which can repel all sorts of stains.
Today we learned that Sujata Mitra is leaving CQRC for HuffPo. That made the 7th article this FishbowlDC editor has written about CQRC staff changes in less than two months.
A pointer named "Major" was identified this week as the first known example of a modern dog.
Necessity is the mother of invention, which is as true for package development professionals as for garage tinkerers.
Executives from patent licensing firm InterDigital have been threatened with arrest should they try to attend a proposed meeting in China.
Google may be gearing up to build robots that resemble props in science-fiction movies as the ambitious Internet company expands into yet another technological frontier.
Vermont third-grader Lilly Johnson's Pet Feeder can be programmed for amount of food, as well as time of day and day of the week.
Apple has lost its bid to prevent Hamilton inventor Hayden Crowther from selling waterproof smartphone cases under the driPhone brand name.
Todd Sloane is credited with coming up with the idea for the Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol years ago after coming on board with the company as a marketing analyst.
Google's Motorola Mobility unit lost an appeals court bid to invalidate a Microsoft patent used to win a ban on U.S. imports on some mobile phones.
Carrie Lee students showing their inventions at the recent regional competition are Serena Sweet and Morgan Moen; Rachel Mikkelson, Cole Huebner, Grace Neal and Ethan Stravers.
Women want time-saving wearable tech just as much as men. It's time for technology companies to move on from the stereotypical and sexist digital bras.
Three University of Central Florida professors are being recognized by the National Academy of Inventors for their work in photonics and nanotechnology.
Enthusiasts celebrate the wonders of tablets, virtual schools, and "blended" learning.
John Sopp, 43, held a grudge against brother Andrew, whom he believed was living off the proceeds of his design for a device to make painting easier.