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2003-08-14 Xybernaut receives patent in Japan
Xybernaut Corp. has been granted a patent by the Japan Patent Office for protective garments integrated with portable computing/comms systems
2002-07-17 Xtera, University of Michigan receives patent for Raman amplification
Xtera Communications Inc. and the University of Michigan have been granted U.S. patent no. 6,239,902 on Xtera's development of long-haul transport systems employing Lumped or Distributed Raman amplification on most types of NZ-DSF fibers.
2007-08-20 WIPO: Northeast Asia posts strong growth in patent filings
According to the WIPO patent report, worldwide patent application filings hit a 4.7 percent annual growth rate, with Northeast Asia posting the highest growth
2008-06-19 Will patent suit remove DTV off the air
South Korea's Samsung Electronics has filed a patent infringement suitrelated to the U.S. terrestrial DTV standard developed by ATSCagainst Polaroid Corp.
2006-05-29 Will Creative's patent suit sour Apple's core
Creative recently filed a patent suit against Apple, claiming the user interface in the iPod directly infringes upon a patent used in its own portable media players
2002-08-23 Varian Semi receives control system patent
Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates Inc. has obtained U.S. Patent No. 6,374,144 for its developed technology entitled: "Method and Apparatus for Controlling a System Using Hierarchical State Machines"
2002-09-13 Varian obtains beam current sensor patent
Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates Inc. has been issued U.S. Patent No. 6,403,972 for its "Methods and Apparatus for Alignment of Ion Beam Systems Using Beam Current Sensors."
2011-09-16 Understanding the new U.S. patent law
Many of the reforms are good housekeeping measures, but others have more substantive impact on the patent programs for technology companies
2007-10-01 U.S., U.K. partner up on patents
Patent offices in the United States and the United Kingdom have announced a trial program geared to streamline the process of obtaining a patent in the countries
2008-04-08 U.S. Senate to take on patent reform bill issues
The U.S. Senate is expected to debate on the controversial patent reform bill following a court decision that struck down new rules the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office proposed to cope with a flood of patent applications.
2011-09-12 U.S. Senate passes patent reform bill
After a decade, the U.S. Senate has finally agreed to pass the patent reform bill, whose impact will still be widely debated.
2006-05-12 U.S. posts IP rights attach in India
A U.S. Patent and Trademark Office attorney will reportedly be posted to the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi as an intellectual property rights attach.
2007-09-19 U.S. patent system overhaul stirs uncertainty
The patent reform bill passed by the U.S. Congress last week was met by varied and complex dissenting opinions, hinting at the uncertain future of the U.S. patent system.
2008-02-12 U.S. Patent Reform Act faces opposition
The Patent Office Professional Association and 13 other unions are opposing the proposed Patent Reform Act and has urged the U.S. Senate to block this legislation.
2007-09-10 U.S. patent examiners against patent reform proposal
A group representing patent examiners and professionals in the United States said that the patent reform proposal now in the U.S. Congress would hurt the American patent approval process.
2008-04-18 U.S. patent applications up, quality down
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reported the declining quality of U.S. patent applications it has seen since 2000 as more applicants attempt to game the system.
2002-01-22 Tropian wins 12th patent for multimode wireless applications
Tropian Inc. has received its 12th patent, entitled "Variable Bias Control for Switch Mode RF Amplifier," from the U.S. Patent Office.
2006-07-20 Tokyo developer of authentication tech receives U.S. patent
Kai Corp. said that it has received a U.S. patent for its Passmemory authentication system, which is said to use the memory of users themselves.
2005-11-29 TiVo Files Patent For RFID Personal Video Recorder
TiVo Inc. has filed a patent application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office earlier this month that suggests company inventors believe RFID technology will become inserted into clothing, jewelry, key chains, and even under the skin in the body.
2004-05-05 Tensilica patent claims voided
In an unusual result to an increasingly frequent procedure, a U.S. Patent Office examiner has re-examined and rejected all 104 claims in Tensilica Inc.'s keystone patent 6,477,683.
2006-05-25 Tensilica claims victory in patent fight
A key patent for configurable processor design held by Tensilica has withstood an anonymous challenge without modification
2002-01-17 Tektronix earns patent for optical communications test
Tektronix Inc. has received a U.S. patent on its digital phase analysis (DPA) technology, a jitter analysis approach to test optical communications networks.
2003-07-28 Tactex granted another U.S. patent
Tactex Controls has announced a new patent issued by the U.S. Patent Office.
2004-09-22 Synopsys sues Magma for patent infringement
Setting the stage for what could be a prolonged battle between two major EDA vendors, Synopsys filed a patent infringement lawsuit Friday (Sept. 17) against Magma Design Automation
2014-01-23 STATS ChipPAC makes IEEE patent ranking
STATS ChipPAC was recognised for patent innovations by the IEEE for the third consecutive year
2013-03-14 ST countersues InvenSense with MEMS patent suit
ST's has filed a complaint which seeks an exclusion order against gyroscopes and accelerometers made for InvenSense Inc. based on the alleged infringement of five ST patents.
2003-10-30 Spire method obtains U.S. patent
Spire Corp. announced that they have secured a U.S. Patent on a method for implanting aluminum oxide in GaAs and other III-V semiconductor wafers.
2008-07-03 Sony patent filings point to touchscreen innovations
Sony Corp. may be exploring the development of a potential game-oriented touchscreen device that could also be a communicator, according to a couple of U.S. patent applications.
2007-06-14 Sony cooks up gaming phone, applies for patent
Sony Ericsson has applied for a U.S. patent for a mobile device with video game features, but disclosed it is not yet ready to launch the phone based on its PlayStation Portable video game brand.
2002-06-20 SMDI receives patent for enhancing fiber-optic transmitters
Sirenza Microdevices Inc. has received a U.S. patent entitled "Laser Driver Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis Method and/or Architecture with Tuning and Duty Cycle Control" with patent number 6,373,346.
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