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Seeking greater global power, China looks to robots 16.8.2017 All Specials Stories
China is often portrayed as a land of fake gadgets and pirated software
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Legendary Stanford Professor Thomas Kailath to Receive the Marconi Society Lifetime Achievement Award 15.8.2017 New Kerala: Business India
Bangalore, Aug 14: The US-based Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications and the Internet, has conferred on legendary Stanford University professor, Thomas Kailath, its Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Beauty and the regulatory beast 13.8.2017 Hindu: Op-Ed
Data from gene trials should be open to the wider public for greater transparency and abundant caution
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Dawgs Prevails At Patent Office: Examiner Issues Final Rejection Of Crocs' Cornerstone Clog Design Patent 10.8.2017 New Kerala: World News
LAS VEGAS, Aug. 10, 2017 : The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued a final rejection on the validity of Crocs, Inc.'s cornerstone design patent for the clog that Crocs became known for.
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Arista Networks says International Trade Commission issued notice in connection with investigation no. 337-Ta-944 7.8.2017 TOI: Intl Business
BRIEF-Arista Networks says International Trade Commission issued:BRIEF-Arista Networks says International Trade Commission issued notice in connection with investigation no. 337-Ta-944
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Spice Route Legal - flirting with legal advisory 6.8.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Legal services never go out of trend, and there is always a right time to do so. This is what happened in 2016, when Praveen Raju and Mathew Chacko collaborated to start Spice Route Legal. A law firm with offices in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi and extensive affiliations across Southeast Asia, China, Japan, Europe and the Americas, the company is built on the idea that modern commerce respects neither jurisdictional boundaries nor traditional notions of compartmentalised competence. "Therefore, we are cross-jurisdictional, multi-disciplinary and focused on providing effective, efficient and practical transactional, advisory and regulatory legal assistance," says Chacko, Lead Partner, Techonology, Media and Telecommunication. The startup specialises in legal services, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, venture capital, intellectual property, media and entertainment, telecommunications, and foreign direct investments, among others. Like any other law firm, the company focuses on service income from ...
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Apple's silence in China sets a dangerous precedent 1.8.2017 Top Stories
After taking public stand for user privacy in US, Apple is silent in China as it pulls down VPN apps
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IMA patents logo for allopathic docs 29.7.2017 deccanherald.com
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has patented a new trade logo to be used by allopathic doctors across the country.

The idea behind the new logo is to distinguish doctors of modern medicine from others, including those practising Ayurveda and homoeopathy, said Chandigarh IMA president Dr Ramneek Singh Bedi.

He said the logo has the word 'Dr' written in the Copper font in the middle of a red plus sign. Patients would be benefited by the move as it would help them identify a qualified allopathic doctor on the basis of an official insignia, Bedi said.

The Union government's trade mark registry had registered the logo as an intellectual property of the central division of the IMA, he said.

"The new logo patented under Rule 24 (3) of the Trade Marks Rules, 2012 will be for use under section 45 (1) of the Copyright Act, 1957," he said.
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Facebook gains patent on privacy settings 29.7.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Social media major Facebook has received a patent in India for systems and methods providing privacy settings for applications installed in their profiles. As per the Patents Act, 1970, a mere invention in software is not eligible for patent, but the Patent Office observes that the amended claim of Facebook shows the necessary physical interactions among the hardware components and the invention is patentable.The patent specification the company filed with the Patent office explains that the users may usually install applications which could be accessed through a link pasted to the member profile, or through an application installed within the member profile. Applications installed from within the member profile may comprise profile application or platform applications. These applications are developed by third party entities outside of the social network, by the social network or by members of the network. The data about the application, for instance a movie related application ...
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Apple paid Nokia $ 2 billion as part lawsuit settlement 29.7.2017 Sify Finance
A After a patents row that escalated between Nokia and Apple in December last year and was settled in May, Nokia has received a $2 billion upfront cash payment from Cupertino-based tech company as part of the settlement terms.
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Apple paid Nokia $2bn as part lawsuit settlement 29.7.2017 Hindu: Technology
After a patents row that escalated between Nokia and Apple in December last year and was settled in May, Nokia has received a $2 billion upfront cash payment from Cupertino-based tech company as part ...
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Apple paid Nokia $2bn as part lawsuit settlement 29.7.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A After a patents row that escalated between Nokia and Apple in December last year and was settled in May, Nokia has received a $2 billion upfront cash payment from Cupertino-based tech company as part of the settlement terms.
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What’s at stake in Hyderabad 27.7.2017 Hindu: Opinion
India must counter Japan’s U.S.-style pressure at the RCEP talks and ensure affordable generic medicines
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'Branded generics', where patients are fleeced 26.7.2017 Deccan Herald - Analysis
The 2017 Trade Policy Agenda unveiled by the Trump administration on March 2, 2017 pushed for a stricter regime for intellectual property rights (IPRs) and patents. While agreeing that India's reforms on IPR are encouraging, it said "India's new National Intellectual Property Rights Policy [NIPRP] should protect US innovations". India's defence is based primarily on the flexibilities available to the developing countries under WTO agreement on Trips [trade-related intellectual property rights] to ensure availability of drugs to patients [majority of them are poor] at 'affordable' prices. If the concern for the poor is so overwhelming, then the government must ensure that on ground zero, patients should get medicines at prices they can afford. Are they really getting? The manufacturers of the so called 'branded medicine' charge high price. This is due to the collusion between them and the doctors. Under a quid pro quo arrangement, the doctor prescribes medicine of a particular company which in turn gives ...
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Adviser charged with insider trading on Pfizer-King deal pleads guilty 26.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-INSIDERTRADING/PFIZER:Adviser charged with insider trading on Pfizer-King deal pleads guilty
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U.S. Supreme Court ruling leads to offensive trademark requests 23.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
USA-COURT/SLUR (PIX):U.S. Supreme Court ruling leads to offensive trademark requests
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Roche's new breast cancer drug that could cut treatment time denied patent 21.7.2017 All Companies Stories
Roche has filed for a patent for its new drug formulation meant for subcutaneous administration
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Qualcomm's profit forecast disappoints as Apple battle takes toll 20.7.2017 Sify Finance
By Rishika Sadam
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Qualcomm's profit slumps amid Apple battle 20.7.2017 Sify Finance
(Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc reported a 40 percent slump in quarterly profit, hurt in part by its escalating patent battle with Apple Inc .
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Precision microfluidic device to detect pathogens developed 16.7.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A group of South Korean scientists have developed a technology to manufacture a device that can quickly and precisely detect pathogens.
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