FRAND Licensing- An Introduction

Most of our daily lives are governed by technological devices – smartphone operating over 3G/4G networks, computers using WiFi, or even the now ubiquitous ear buds playing music from MP3 devices. To function, however, the technology in each component has to work together. That means the devices typically need to comply with standards, i.e., protocols…

Stop Squinting, Samsung is here to help you!

Using eye-tracking and facial recognition software, Samsung’s future TVs now recognizes if its viewer is having an inconvenience. With the assistance of cameras on the front of the TV, it includes facial acknowledgment and eye following innovation to its TVs. It will then consequently zoom into the territory they are taking a gander at on…

Indian lab wins battle to patent cheaper iodized salt

This is one 21st century ‘Salt Satyagraha’ even Mahatma Gandhi would be exceptionally pleased with. India won an one of a kind yet wounding patent fight on another method for creating iodised salt against a colossal multi-national organization. The fight over salt played out as of late and in a noteworthy triumph, an open segment…

Samsung patents holographic Smartphone display

As indicated by a late Samsung patent found by the people at Patently Mobile, it would appear that Samsung is investigating the thought of making holographic showcases for its cell phones. Samsung has been dealing with various distinctive advances regarding cell phone showcase boards, and a few weeks back, Android Headlines wrote about a conceivable…

Court requests that Pearson’s Indian arm quit encroaching on Bangalore startup’s IP rights

The Bangalore City Court has limited Pearson India, the Indian auxiliary of worldwide instruction administrations major Pearson LLC, from encroaching on the protected innovation of city-based training innovation startup, New Rubric Solutions. New Rubric Solutions, established in 2011 by IIM Calcutta graduated class, has blamed Pearson for encroaching on its patent pending, evaluation and investigation…

Patenting Trends from India:

June 2015 The Indian patent office granted 343 Patents for the month of June, 2015. The Top three consisted of GM Global Technology Operations, Qualcomm Incorporated, and Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V, with a count of 18, 17 and 8 patents respectively. The chart below shows the top ten Companies that received the maximum number of…