USPTO announces Federal Register Notice on artificial intelligence patent issues
This article written by Laura Peter, Deputy Director of the USPTO, poses some interesting questions that the USPTO is trying to address with regard to AI and patent law.Read More
AT&T has a resounding victory over DOJ’s attempt to block AT&T’s vertical integration with Time Warner’s media services.
AT&T can proceed with $85 billion bid for Time Warner, judge rules, paving way for landmark dealRead More
What does the top 20 list of companies with the most number of patents won in 2017 indicate?
Well, the most patents may not correlate with being the most profitable or making the biggest headlines, but they are definitely a marker for key areas of tech growth.Read More
AT&T’s Project AirGig, which aims to provide ultra-fast internet connection via power lines, has recently kicked off trials in conjunction with two power companies
Backed by years of dedicated research, patents and planning, this innovative technology is one step closer to being a reality.Read More
Is your academic R&D lab secure?
US government officials caution that in addition to China’s more traditional methods of corporate espionage, Chinese students in U.S. University tech research programs may be possible spies jeopardizing the intellectual property and technologies developed on American campuses.Read More
VR and esports are collaborating on new technology
The need for forward-thinking patent assistance to protect intellectual property in this high growth virtual gaming industry is vital.Read More
Portland is next city in line to integrate testing of some of AT&T’s Smart City solutions
Among other offerings, these include interactive visitor kiosks, free WiFi, and safety and traffic monitoringRead More