(Reuters) - Google Inc's Motorola Mobility said on Thursday it has reached an out-of-court settlement with video recorder pioneer TiVo Inc that could avert a trial to resolve their patent dispute.
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China on Tuesday said both countries should work together to resolve the boundary dispute to "create good conditions for the sound development of bilateral relations".
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In what patent watchers are calling a surprise move, the U.S. International Trade Commission, or ITC, has sided with Samsung in a patent dispute with Apple and placed a U.S. import ban on some older models of the iPhone and iPad.
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DuPont and Monsanto struck technology-licensing agreements for genetically modified seed traits, putting aside a $1 billion jury verdict against DuPont.
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Facebook is being sued by a Dutch widow who alleges her husband, who died in 2004, was the inventor of the social media site's "like" button, and that the technology was used without permission. The plaintiff, the unnamed widow of Joannes Jozef Everardus van Der Meer, is represented by the ...
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Facebook's 'like' button is the star of a new lawsuit against the social network. A deceased Dutchman's estate claims to hold the patent for similar features that were allegedly developed for 'Surfbook', a social network that never saw the light of day. The inventor in question was Joannes Jozef Everardus Van Der Meer who passed away in 2004 before he could implement his...
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Patent case involving soybean seeds, to be heard by Supreme Court, may affect industries from software to nanotechnology.
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Yahoo wants to buy Tumblr. We hear Facebook might spoil the party. But the question is: is Tumblr the fountain of youth that Yahoo badly needs or will this be case of a pathetic old-middle aged guy hanging with youngsters trying to be hip.
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Join Yahoo! News, led by columnists Virginia Heffernan and Rob Walker, as we discuss the recent controversy over how Facebook determines what appears in your timeline. As The New York Times wrote over the weekend, simply sharing articles or content with friends or subscribers is no longer a guarantee that they'll see it. Using Facebook [...]
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (TheStreet) -- Idenix Pharmaceuticals shares are weak Monday morning following the loss in the first phase of a hepatitis C patent dispute with Gilead Sciences . The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) determined that Idenix filed its patent application later than Gilead. This makes Idenix the "junior party" and Gilead the "senior party" in the ongoing...
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