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Startup Law A to Z: Regulatory Compliance

Startup Law A to Z: Regulatory Compliance Startups are but one species in a complex regulatory and public policy ecosystem. This ecosystem is larger and more powerfully dynamic than many founders appreciate, with distinct yet overlapping laws at the federal, state and local/city levels, all set against a vast array of public […]

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TiVo prepares to split its business into two as it pursues sale

TiVo prepares to split its business into two as it pursues sale DVR maker TiVo is preparing to split its company into two businesses: one, focused on its products like its Bolt family of DVRs, and the other on its licensing and intellectual property businesses. The move will help to address some […]

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Apple is selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in Germany again

Apple is selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in Germany again Two older iPhone models are back on sale in Apple stores in Germany — but only with Qualcomm chips inside. The iPhone maker was forced to pull the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models from shelves in its online shop and […]

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Qualcomm patent dispute forces Apple to pull iPhone 7 and 8 from its stores in Germany

Qualcomm patent dispute forces Apple to pull iPhone 7 and 8 from its stores in Germany In more bad news for Apple, the company’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models are not currently on sale in its own retail stores in Germany. This follows an injunction issued by a Munich court last month […]

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AR glasses startup North picks up Intel’s Vaunt patents

AR glasses startup North picks up Intel’s Vaunt patents Intel’s loss, it seems, is North’s game. As first noted by The Verge, the startup has picked up the “technology portfolio” behind Vaunt, the AR glasses shuttered by the chipmaker in April year after a couple of glowing previews. North (nee Thalamic Labs) […]

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China is funding the future of American biotech

China is funding the future of American biotech Silicon Valley is in the midst of a health craze, and it is being driven by “Eastern” medicine. It’s been a record year for US medical investing, but investors in Beijing and Shanghai are now increasingly leading the largest deals for US life science […]

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Microsoft adds 60,000 patents to the Open Invention Network

Microsoft adds 60,000 patents to the Open Invention Network Microsoft announced today that it’s joined open-source patent group, the Open Invention Network in an effort to help shield Linux and other open-source software from patent-related suits. As part of the deal, the software giant is opening a library of 60,000 patents to […]

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MIT, Google, Cisco and USPTO create Prior Art Archive for better patents

MIT, Google, Cisco and USPTO create Prior Art Archive for better patents The patent system is broken — there are too many ways to list here, really. The problems surrounding prior art are certainly among them, and a team of high profile companies and organizations are joining forces to address some of […]

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What would a blockchain patent war look like?

What would a blockchain patent war look like? Jed Grant Contributor Jed Grant has more than 25 years of experience in technology, finance and security. He is the founder and CEO of Peer Mountain, a decentralized P2P ecosystem of trust, and the founder of KYC3, one of the original regtech companies in […]

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Jury finds Samsung owes Apple $539M in patent case stretching back to 2011

Jury finds Samsung owes Apple 9M in patent case stretching back to 2011 A patent case that began back in 2011 has reached a conclusion, with Samsung ordered to pay about $539 million to Apple over infringements of the latter’s patents in devices that are now long gone. The case has dragged […]

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