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Fresh From the Bench: Latest Precedential Patent Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Purdue Pharma L.P. v. Collegium Pharmaceutical, Inc. (United States Patent and Trademark Office intervening), Appeal No. 2022-1482 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 21, 2023) In the...

Lenovo Files Patent Infringement Complaint Against ASUS with US International Trade Commission

On November 15th, Lenovo (United States) Inc., a technology corporation, lodged a patent infringement complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) against...

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There had been only two cases where damages over $2 billion have been awarded in a patent litigation case, in Pfizer vs Teva... Read More »
In a surprise attack against Intel, GlobalFoundries accelerated its semiconductor roadmap by announcing plans for a 14-nanometer chip using FinFET technology. The... Read More »
DARPA has recently taken a keen interest in the development of a new computer paradigm based on the re-introduction of previously dismissed analog microprocessor... Read More »
Intel spent three days last week trying to convince the world it still needed PCs. The PC industry hoped the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco would reinvent... Read More »
Intel cemented the future of 450-millimeter wafer technology with a recent $4.1 billion investment in ASML, a leading provider of lithography machines for the... Read More »
"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
Once again, the United States can claim having the fastest supercomputer in the world. The US system, built by IBM and funded by the National Nuclear Security Agency... Read More »
This acronym-heavy analysis has Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) as the centerpiece of a unique perspective on consolidation; announcements at the AMD Fusion... Read More »
Although the actual release of CPU chips these days includes about as much surprise as the New York Yankees being in the playoff chase, Intel managed to surprise... Read More »
Intel Corporation today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement with QLogic to acquire the product lines of and certain assets related to its... Read More »
  By Jim Finkle               BOSTON (Reuters) - Medtronic Inc has asked software security experts to investigate... Read More »
The recently announced partnership between Google and Intel to create Android-OS, Atom-based smartphones could represent a realistic option to further increase the... Read More »