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Star Control Creators File Countersuit Against Developer Stardock

Fans of the classic sci-fi video game series Star Control have no doubt heard news regarding the ongoing legal battle for control over the Star Control intellectual property. Back in December, development studio Stardock filed a suit...Show More Summary

An online and mobile DAW called BandLab just acquired Cakewalk’s IP

Cakewalk may not be all dead. A developer of online and mobile music creation tools has snapped up the former PC DAW maker’s complete intellectual property. As I wrote earlier this week, Gibson Brands, the guitar maker-turned-wannabe consumer electronics giant, is hard up for cash. Show More Summary

Bandlab Acquires Gibson's Cakewalk

BandLab Technologies has acquired some assets and the complete intellectual property of Cakewalk Inc. from Gibson Brands. Gibson has recently been shedding subsidiaries and brands in an effort to avoid bankruptcy. Cakewalk has been a leading developer professional grade audio production software for the last 30 years. Upstart Bandlab's offering...

Samsung patents another foldable smartphone

Samsung has filed another patent for a foldable smartphone with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) last year. The filling was made public by WIPO this week which shows Samsung’s plans for a perfect foldable device. The...Show More Summary

Monday Linkage

Start off your President’s Day with some links… Stalin as Reviewer #2, or how the Soviet Union struggled in certain scientific areas, while doing well in others. China’s intellectual property law progress.  Very interesting series on how James Madison understood the warmaking powers of the Federal government… Russian Air Force procurement plans. I’m paying close […]

International Olympics Committee Only Wants You to Share Content It Approves

Social media corporations are being pressured to censor content, regardless of intellectual property rights.

THQ Nordic acquires Deep Silver parent company, now owns Saints Row and Metro IPs

THQ Nordic has acquired Koch Media for $149.6 million. Under this transaction, THQ Nordic obtains the entirety of the Koch business, which includes publisher Deep Silver and several notable video game intellectual properties. All ofShow More Summary

U.S. senators concerned about Chinese access to intellectual property

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China is trying to gain access to sensitive U.S. technologies and intellectual properties through telecommunications companies, academia and joint business ventures, U.S. senators and spy chiefs warned on Tuesday at a Senate hearing.

Intellectual Property: No One Understands Theft Better – Than The People Being Robbed

I am a retired musician. I play three instruments and sing. And most important from a prospective remuneration perspective – I wrote the stuff we sang and played. I never sold my goal of fifteen million records – so here I sit before you now. Show More Summary

Here’s Why Waymo Was Always Going To Win Its Legal Battle Against Uber

Uber and Waymo have settled their lawsuit over intellectual property, but it’s not an even deal. Uber and Waymo have settled a high-profile lawsuit claiming that Uber may have stolen important information relating to its Lidar technology, which is used in self-driving cars. Show More Summary

Uber and Waymo Settle Their Legal Fight After an Awkward Week in Court

After a tense, often absurd week in court, Uber and Waymo on Friday settled a long-running intellectual property lawsuit regarding the alleged theft of self-driving car trade secrets. Courtroom highlights included Waymo’s lawyers playing...Show More Summary

Manufacturers Press for Stronger Action to Tackle Foreign Intellectual Property Barriers

Manufacturers in the United States depend on strong IP protections at home and abroad that allow them to create new products, grow their businesses, and thrive in the global economy.... The post Manufacturers Press for Stronger Action to Tackle Foreign Intellectual Property Barriers appeared first on Shopfloor.

China wants to make the tech behind its supercomputers, drones, and rocket simulators harder to steal

China's military has spoken out in protection of the country's military and technological innovations by suggesting the country tighten its control over its intellectual property. The military suggested that China needed to create intellectual...Show More Summary

WAN-IFRA speaks copyright @ Internet Governance Forum

On 19 January we participated in a panel organised by the World Intellectual Property Organisation on the importance of paying for content. In addition to myself, WAN-IFRA speaker was Daniel Bergamasco, Digital Editor at Veja, Brazil. Please find here below Daniel's full speech. Read more...

The Savvy Entrepreneurs Guide to Intellectual Property

Note: we do not provide legal advice. You should consult with a lawyer if you have any legal questions. As an entrepreneur or new business owner, one of your main concerns is how to protect your hard work and product creations. You may...Show More Summary

Beijing fines bogus 'Apple service center,' confiscates fake products

Beijing has reportedly fined a fake "Apple service center" in the Chinese capital some $43,000 for intellectual property violations, confiscating fake products in the process.

Chinese authorities shut down elaborate fake Apple service center in Beijing, more may follow

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Chinese authorities have closed down an elaborate fake Apple service center in Beijing. The firm behind it was fined $43,000 as part of a reported crackdown on intellectual property breaches in the Chinese capital … more…

China’s Patent System Entering Middle Age

by Dennis Crouch Following up on Renjun Bian’s recent Patently-O post, I wanted to highlight Texas A&M Professor Peter Yu’s new article on Chinese Intellectual Property Scholarship titled “A Half-Century of Scholarship on the Chinese Intellectual Property System.”  The Chinese patent system is now over 30 years old — with explosive growth and transformation each year.  […]

Waymo v Uber trial: Kalanick wishlist included "pound of flesh" - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology : CNET: News

Notes from a meeting showed that Uber's ex-CEO had a list of things he wanted during a meeting with his self-driving car team, including intellectual property.

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