Microsoft Files Patent Application for a Virtual Reality Floor Mat

Recently, Microsoft has filed a Patent Application emphasizing a vibrating floor mat that will be helpful in Virtual Reality (VR) gaming. Filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the new patent describes the floor mat as a device that could prevent the gamers or users from colliding with surrounding objects. It further reveals […]

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Role of Cease & Desist Letter in Trademark Infringement

Trademark Infringement is a serious matter that often disturbs the functionality and ambiance of the Intellectual Property (IP) industry. Hence, one should address this issue as soon as it gets discovered. In the present era, on one side, companies or individuals who infringe trademarks do not comprehend the legal implications of cloning or using a […]

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Intellectual Property Protection For Your Mobile Apps

In today’s rapidly transforming digital world, mobile apps are continuously evolving. While being a friend that carries almost every work related to our day to day life, mobile apps are something that has made us go ‘on-the-fly.’  Be it emailing, transferring money, or shopping online, mobile applications appear as one of the best ways of […]

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Intellectual Property Law: 5 Imperative Things Startups Need to Know

Intellectual Property (IP) appears to be one of the most valuable assets for almost every startup. That’s why many startups put the Intellectual Property Protection on top of their priorities. In addition to protecting products and services, these protections can influence the owners’ confidence and fundraising efforts. In other words, IP protection bestows businesses and […]

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Kerala: TDB Seeks Patent Cover on Iconic Temple Prasadams

The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) recently has decided to secure a patent for Ambalapuzha Palpayasam, Kottarakara Unniyappam, and Sabarimala Aravana. TDB president A Padmakumar said that the decision comes following the report showing illegal production and sale of counterfeit prasadams under the name of well-known Ambalapuzha Palpayasam. He explained that fake Ambalapuzha Palpayasam is being […]

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GNOME Foundation to Battle a Patent Troll in Court

The GNOME Foundation, a maker of the eponymous Linux desktops, has been hit with a sueball by Rothschild Patent Imaging LLC over how its Shotwell photo manager manages photos. The plaintiff has alleged in a complaint filed at the United States District Court Northern California that the defendant has infringed its patent for a “Wireless […]

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How Permanent Patent differs from Provisional Patent?

Patent Registration is of paramount importance whenever you come up with a new and unique idea or product in today’s era, where unauthorized people hardly hesitate to steal your Intellectual Property (IP). In the present world, there are many individuals, companies, etc., that seek to make profits by taking away and using someone else’s assets.A […]

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Indian Government Incentivizes Companies to File Patents Abroad

The government of India recently has simplified the rules for patents filed by women, small entities, and government agencies, and also incentivized Indian firms to file patents abroad. The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has notified the additional rules to amend the Patents Rules, 2003. It has also expedited the examination […]

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