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Innovation Excellence | Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2013

Innovation Excellence | Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2013 | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
2013 was the second full year of operations for Innovation Excellence. To celebrate we've pulled together a list of the Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2013. Did your favorite make the cut?
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A quick look back over 2013 at the best innovation articles.

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Apple patent hints at dual-screen Macbook, iPad

Apple patent hints at dual-screen Macbook, iPad | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
A patent filed by Apple for a dual-screen, 360-degree hinged device may reveal the next-gen Macbook users have been clamoring for.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 7, 12:34 PM
  • A patent granted to Apple indicates the company may be planning a laptop or tablet with two touchscreens. The patent language is vague, however, which could indicate either a new line of options or something simply in the initial development stage.
  • Patents are not an indicator that a product will come to market, so don't put all your hopes in a future dual-touchscreen Macbook.

A patent awarded to Apple by the US Patent and Trademark Office hints at what Mac users have been hoping would appear for a while: a touchscreen Macbook.  The patent takes things one step further though, showing Apple's plans for a device with two touchscreens, one of which could serve as a keyboard.

The potential device could also simply have a Touch Bar (like the latest generation of Macbooks) and a physical keyboard instead, meaning Apple may be planning for multiple options for future portable computers.

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50 startups that will boom in 2018, according to VCs

50 startups that will boom in 2018, according to VCs | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it

Julie Bort

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They just keep coming... relentless
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Where is the value and opportunity in the patent industry?

Where is the value and opportunity in the patent industry? | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Opportunity exists in global markets and for companies that view patent portfolios and innovation as a doorway to new markets as part of a growth strategy.

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Apple and Samsung head for yet another patent damages trial

Apple and Samsung head for yet another patent damages trial | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Judge Lucy Koh also details how to determine what "article of manufacture" actually did the infringing.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, October 24, 2017 11:52 AM

The two tech giants will head back to district court for yet another trial looking into design patent infringement. Judge Lucy Koh, in an order signed Sunday, has told the companies to meet again in a courtroom to determine how much Samsung owes Apple for infringing three patents.   The decision follows a Supreme Court ruling a year ago that said damages could be determined differently than they typically had been in the past.  Damages for design patent infringement, the justices said, can be based only on the part of the device that infringed the patents, not necessarily on the entire product.  "The Court finds that the jury instructions given at trial did not accurately reflect the law and that the instructions prejudiced Samsung by precluding the jury from considering whether the relevant article of manufacture ... was something other than the entire phone," Koh wrote in the order, handing Samsung a victory in its quest for a retrial.   Samsung said in a statement that it welcomes the new trial. "This is a historic opportunity to determine how the US Supreme Court's guidance on design patent damages will be implemented in our case and future cases," the company said.    Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.   The companies have been battling over patents since 2012, and a question about how much money could be owed for infringing design patents made it all the way to the Supreme Court in late 2016. In December, the highest court in the land, in a unanimous opinion, issued its ruling on the scope of the infringing "article of manufacture."  That ruling reshapes the value of designs and how much one company may have to pay for copying the look of a competitor's product. Before that time, the law said an award could be collected on the entire profits of an infringing device. In this case, that's the $399 million Samsung paid Apple last last year.   But the Supreme Court didn't give guidance on how damages should be decided, and in February, an appeals court punted the case back to district court for the Northern District of California.  Apple had asked for the appeals court to uphold the earlier damages ruling because Samsung never showed an "article of manufacture" to be anything other than an entire phone. Samsung, meanwhile, wanted the case sent back to district court for a new damages trial.    Koh, in her order on Sunday, detailed how to define an "article of manufacture" at question in a case. Previously, Apple had argued that the article of manufacture was an entire phone. Koh said the test for determining what item has been infringed will be based on four factors:

  • "The scope of the design claimed in the plaintiff's patent, including the drawing and written description;
  • The relative prominence of the design within the product as a whole;  
  • Whether the design is conceptually distinct from the product as a whole; and 
  • The physical relationship between the patented design and the rest of the product, including whether the design pertains to a component that a user or seller can physically separate from the product as a whole, and whether the design is embodied in a component that is manufactured separately from the rest of the product, or if the component can be sold separately."
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The Monkey Selfie Case: Will It Have Broader Repercussions for AI and Copyright?

The Monkey Selfie Case: Will It Have Broader Repercussions for AI and Copyright? | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
I am sure that British wildlife photographer David Slater rues the day that he ever laid eyes on Naruto, the Indonesian macaque, whose “monkey selfie” photo made Slater famous, but also brought him no end of grief and financial hardship. Readers will recall that it all started back in 2011 when Slater, a reputed wildlife…

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The best of European Tech Scaleups showcasing at SEC2SV 2017

The best of European Tech Scaleups showcasing at SEC2SV 2017 | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it

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What Is Augmented Reality or AR?

What Is Augmented Reality or AR? | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Augment means ‘Extended’ & Reality means the state of things as they actually exist, thus augmented reality is nothing but extended reality.

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Amazon patents a talking drone that would chat with customers -- and ask for help if it fell out of the sky

Amazon patents a talking drone that would chat with customers -- and ask for help if it fell out of the sky | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
No technology is immune to failure, but the prospect of drones falling from the sky isn't frequently discussed in public by would-be drone delivery firms.

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8 Rules for Succeeding as an Entrepreneur

8 Rules for Succeeding as an Entrepreneur | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
8 Rules for Succeeding as an Entrepreneur

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Spotify reaches $43.5M settlement over class action suit on unpaid royalties for copyrighted songs - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Spotify reaches $43.5M settlement over class action suit on unpaid royalties for copyrighted songs - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
The $43.5 million from the recent Spotify settlement will go to a separate fund to compensate publishers and songwriters. Such payments made b

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BlackBerry settles arbitration with Qualcomm, will receive $940 million for contract dispute over patent royalties - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

BlackBerry settles arbitration with Qualcomm, will receive $940 million for contract dispute over patent royalties - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
BlackBerry Ltd announced an agreement with Qualcomm, Inc. to resolve arbitration over royalty payments. Qualcomm will pay BlackBerry a $940 million.

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Defining the Full Glory of Your Invention in a Patent Application - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Defining the Full Glory of Your Invention in a Patent Application - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
You've entered the invention market. You had an idea, now matured to become definite enough to be characterized as an invention. Now what do you do?

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Why is Intellectual Property important to business?

Why is Intellectual Property important to business? | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Simon Webster, CEO of CPA Global, offers insight into how integral intellectual property is to any business.

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Spotify sued for $1.6bn in unpaid Royalties

Spotify sued for $1.6bn in unpaid Royalties | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
The music streaming service faces a claim from publishing company Wixen, on behalf of artists including Neil Young and Janis Joplin

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Amber Kolodzieski's curator insight, April 21, 10:20 AM
Taking the attention away from Universal Music Group, the king site of streaming music, Spotify, has been sued for $1.6 billion in unpaid royalties due to the site not having full rights to host songs. This is just a lesson learned, always have the necessary permissions and rights before sharing another artist's music.
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5 Things an IP Attorney Will Make You Do Before You Launch a Crowdfunding Campaign

5 Things an IP Attorney Will Make You Do Before You Launch a Crowdfunding Campaign | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Evaluating patent risk is serious business -- and the single most important reason for retaining an experienced patent attorney.

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How to Protect Your Small Business from Copyright Claims and Theft

How to Protect Your Small Business from Copyright Claims and Theft | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Protecting a small business from copyright claims and theft is not hard but 56 percent do not value intellectual property as much as large organizations.

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Bacteriobot Holds ‘A Lot of Promise’ to Treat Cancer, Says Doctor.

Bacteriobot Holds ‘A Lot of Promise’ to Treat Cancer, Says Doctor. | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
The recently perfected bacteriobot holds 'a lot of promise' in treating cancer says a physician. Cancer patients at a hospital in Montreal may be the first to

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China just built a 250-acre solar farm shaped like a giant panda

China just built a 250-acre solar farm shaped like a giant panda | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Business Insider France est un site d’information sur l’économie, les technologies, les entrepreneurs, l’innovation, les découvertes et bien plus encore. En texte, en images, en vidéos et en graphiques, de l’actualité essentielle et percutante.

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The best of European Tech Scaleups showcasing at SEC2SV 2017

The best of European Tech Scaleups showcasing at SEC2SV 2017 | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it

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New Study Looks At IP And The Rise Of Mega-Regional Agreements - Intellectual Property Watch

New Study Looks At IP And The Rise Of Mega-Regional Agreements - Intellectual Property Watch | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
A substantive new study with contributions from a range of leading thinkers in the field of intellectual property rights delves into the history and future of mega-regional trade agreements and the evolution of IP rights.

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The startup behind NYC’s plan to replace phone booths with 7,500 connected kiosks

The startup behind NYC’s plan to replace phone booths with 7,500 connected kiosks | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Intersection, which is funded by Alphabet, hopes they could someday guide autonomous vehicles, too.

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With a Supreme Court hostile to inventors, venture capital and many startups moving to China - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

With a Supreme Court hostile to inventors, venture capital and many startups moving to China - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
With a Supreme Court and Congress hostile to inventors and startups is it any wonder so much venture capital and so many startups are moving to China?

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Amazon gets patent for a shipping label with a built-in parachute for drone deliveries

Amazon gets patent for a shipping label with a built-in parachute for drone deliveries | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
Amazon was granted a patent for a shipping label with a built-in parachute for drone deliveries.

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There are 9 types of intelligence. Bill Gates says finding yours is key

There are 9 types of intelligence. Bill Gates says finding yours is key | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
The billionaire says you'll succeed by embracing your unique skills.

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, May 17, 2017 9:20 AM

Classifying intelligence under 'IQ' scores or similar approaches is very relative. As this article states, there are many types of intelligence, and definitely more than nine. People are unique and have very unique ways to process information, make decisions and be creative and productive.

 

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Rule 36, Collateral Estoppel and Unequal Treatment at the Federal Circuit - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Rule 36, Collateral Estoppel and Unequal Treatment at the Federal Circuit - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law | Innovations & Inventions | Scoop.it
If you lose patent claims in a district court or PTAB proceeding, and the Federal Circuit affirms with a Rule 36 decision, those claims are gone forever.

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