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  1. Companies rush to buy Internet addresses that end in '.sucks'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Herald

    Apple, Citigroup and the San Francisco 49ers are among companies rushing to protect their brands from critics and pranksters by buying up new Internet addresses that end in ".sucks." Through the end of the month, the new domain suffix is being made available by Vox Populi Registry only to trademark holders, for about $2,500 a pop, as part of a wider expansion of Web names beyond the familiar ".com."

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  2. How one Lake Ridge artist drew her way back to the canvasRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Kathy Strauss looks at piece that she plans to put into a July show featuring kaleidoscopes of her photography. The artist always lived inside her.

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  3. Join the crusade to rename the Device Formerly Known as PalmPilotRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    It saddens us when too much time goes by without being yelled at by the management at 3Com. We feel lonely and unloved.

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  4. Dubai Chamber to celebrate innovation in the closing ceremony of the...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Celebrating the concepts of innovation and creativity during the closing ceremony of the 8th cycle of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Business Award, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry is all set to host world-renowned American innovation speaker Nicholas J. Webb who will share his insights on innovation and its applications in the business world at Madinat Jumeirah on Wednesday, May 27. With its emphasis on innovation in line with this year's UAE Year of Innovation, the 8th cycle of the annual award is encouraging the private sector to adopt best excellence and innovation standards in institutional performance.

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  5. Google files patent for smart teddy bearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of India

    Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices. SAN FRANCISCO: Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices.

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  6. No Way For MeansRead the original story

    Yesterday | Patent Prospector

    The incompetence of the patent office was demonstrated with 5,663,757 , which EON asserted against 17 defendants. '757 survived two reexaminations.

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  7. Google Envisions Robot Remote Controls That Know Your FaceRead the original story

    Saturday | Bad Astronomy Blog

    Cuddly robot toys such as Furby or AIBO the robot dog have won many human hearts and minds over the past decade. That may be why Google researchers envision the possibility of turning such robot toys into intelligent remote controls for home entertainment systems.

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  8. Google files patent on toy that pays attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CTV

    Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office shared diagrams Thursday depicting what resembled rabbit and bear toys with microphones in their ears, cameras in their eyes, speakers in their mouths and motors in their necks.

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  9. Google aims to patent child toy that pays attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Peninsula

    Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices. The US Patent and Trademark Office shared diagrams Thursday depicting what resembled rabbit and bear toys with microphones in their ears, cameras in their eyes, speakers in their mouths and motors in their necks.

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  10. Google creates robot teddy bears for children, internet calls them creepyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Metro UK News

    Teddy bears that recognise faces and obey commands are being worked on by two Google engineers - but some fear they could be more terrifying than cuddly. The internet-connected devices - which would supposedly be part toy, part futuristic servant android - come fitted with microphones in their ears and cameras in their eyes.

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  11. The Unexpected Policy Laundering Implications of the Garcia v. Google DissentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Eff.org

    The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this week sensibly, if belatedly, reversed its mistaken order requiring Google to take down a controversial video based on a specious copyright claim. But there's more to this story than the free speech win.

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  12. The Real Estate Purchase Score - The Home Buyer's ScoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | PR Log

    A score for the real estate buyer - not for the bank. A mathematical analysis built on the same idea of credit scoring, but involves integration of macro-economic indicators as well as the buyer's personal economic details, along with transactional data.

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  13. Ornette Coleman files federal lawsuit over new albumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Star-Telegram.com

    Earlier this year, a new Ornette Coleman recording - the first of its kind in nearly 20 years - materialized on the indie label System Dialing Records. "It was weeks, if not months, of just hanging out, socializing, jamming," label co-founder Jordan McLean told me in February.

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  14. Appsbar Presents 'App Building Contest' For Small BusinessesRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Launched in 2011, Appsbar opened up the mobile marketing category for small and medium-size businesses by allowing them to develop and distribute mobile apps for free using the dynamic app building template at appsbar.com. The service has since proven to be a boon for all users that were previously locked out of the mobile space because of budget constraints and lack of technical ability.

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  15. RetailMeNot fires back at suit filed by Mary Kay cosmeticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    RetailMeNot Inc. officials said a lawsuit filed against the company by Mary Kay Inc. misuses trademark law in an attempt to restrict information about the cosmetics company on RetailMeNot.com and other websites owned by the Austin coupon provider. In March, Addison-based Mary Kay, filed the lawsuit in an effort to block RetailMeNot from using its likeness on coupons.

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  16. Appsbar Introduces App Building Contest for Small BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | PRWeb

    Appsbar, the easy-to-use app building platform, has created the Small Business App Challenge to inspire small business owners and operators to bring their products and services to mobile platforms. Appsbar, the easy-to-use app building platform, has created the Small Business App Challenge to inspire small business owners and operators to bring their products and services to mobile platforms.

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  17. Does a patent professional need to raise the trade secret option with the client?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | IPKat

    The question that has nagged this Kat since that meeting is the extent to which an attorney who is engaged in patent matters, or a more narrowly licensed patent attorney, has any duty or obligation to raise the trade secret option to a client and, if so, actively to counsel how the client might behave to protect is trade secret.

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  18. Patent Profile: DermTech Receives Patent for Method of Detecting Melanoma in Human SubjectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | JD Supra

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently issued a notice of allowance for U.S. Application No. 14/199,900, which is entitled "Diagnosis of Solar Lentigo by Nucleic Acid Analysis."

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  19. Gearbox and 3D Realms Duke Nukem Lawsuit ResolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | IGN

    The case -- a dispute over the intellectual property rights to Duke Nukem -- is the latest in a long line of legal battles between the two companies. Take-Two originally sued 3D Realms/Apogee Ltd in May 2009 for breach of contract following the ongoing delay of the release of Duke Nukem Forever .

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  20. iPad Pro leak suggests Google and Microsoft are shaping Apple's futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | TrustedReviews

    A freshly-discovered patent filing suggests that the upcoming iPad Pro will be vastly different to its Apple-branded siblings. We've long known that, with a 12.9-inch screen, it's set to be significantly larger than all existing iPads.

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