Cyrsler Corporation

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Gamers, take notice. There's a new player in town, and it's name is Ouya. It has an impressive recent past with Kickstarter, an intriguing present, and a... Read More »
As if Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook don’t have enough problems, Facebook’s being sued. The patent infringement suit filed by Software Rights... Read More »
Ray Van DykeYou gloss over patent law principles and assume much. Where a company takes another company's patented technology and is sued, then if that taking is shown, if that taking is egregious, and if the judge/jury thinks an example should be made, then the judge/jury MAY award enhanced damages. If the "taking" is accidental, then enhanced damages are normally not awarded.
Aug 13, 2012
Ray Van DykeSoftware patents are very important to many American companies. The reason we have controversy on software patents is these are fairly new. Plastics, sewing and other technologies that were cutting edge years ago have similar controversies. The patent system is rigorous and questionable patents can be invalidated either in court or at the Patent Office.
Aug 13, 2012
Pre Show It’s opening night and the show is about to begin. The performers are warming up, getting ready for the spectacle of a lifetime. Google, Amazon... Read More »
Daniel PorterLooks like NYC is stepping up it's Wifi game above ground, too:
Jul 12, 2012
"People always fear change. People feared electricity when it was invented, didn't they? People feared coal, they feared gas-powered engines... There will... Read More »
Jackie KellyIntel's plan does make me squeamish. I wonder how they will prevent people from simply covering up the camera. Not let you watch TV if the camera isn't getting reasonable data?
Jun 27, 2012
Richard BachnerA camera would be invasive, but I don't mind seeing targeted ads through TV. That's not a big deal, and beneficial in terms of showing you products you might be interested in. This reminds me of some of the contraversies over Facebook as well. What's interesting is that a lot of people are very concerned about what Facebook does with the data it collects as well, but its not even if Facebook's best interest to give that social data away. They want to hoard it. Whether companies are using Facebook ads directly or the 3rd party types of companies found at for example, there's no way that outsiders get personally identifiable information about people through ads. I have to assume that TV ads would be the same way. I think cameras are a non-starter to be sure, but there's nothing wrong with improving ads as long as privacy is respected and people doing advertising don't get personal data such as emails, phone numbers, etc.
Jun 28, 2012
Members of the tech media are falling all over themselves to weigh in on the Microsoft Surface. Unveiled during what many refer to as an Apple-like spectacle, the... Read More »
IPv6 is here. Well, it has been for 16 years now, but aptly enough, World IPv6 Day is all about its coming of age. No candles or shoe ceremonies at this event, simply ... Read More »
Done deal. After approval from the EU and US reviewers, was there much doubt that Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility would run aground in China? Now that... Read More »
Struggling cell phone manufacturer Nokia launched a recent attack in both German and U.S. courts, filing lawsuits against HTC, RIM, and ViewSonic, alleging a laundry... Read More »