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Appeals Court Gets Yet Another Shot At Fixing The Software Patent Problem

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The next big case to pay attention to concerning software patents appears to be the CLS Bank v. Alice Corp. case, which is being reheard "en banc" (by the full slate of judges) at the federal circuit court of appeals (CAFC). The short version of the case is that it...
Appeals Court Gets Yet Another Shot At Fixing The Software Patent Problem

Forget Patents: Why Open Source Licensing Concepts May Lead To Biotech Innovation

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One of the main forces driving the move to open access is the idea that if the public has already paid for research through taxation or philanthropy, then it's not reasonable to ask people to pay again in order to read the papers that are published as a result. The...
Forget Patents: Why Open Source Licensing Concepts May Lead To Biotech Innovation

A Couple Videos About Our Crazy Patent System

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We're hearing more and more talk about how broken the patent system is, and recently came across a pair of videos we figured some of you might enjoy. The first is a comedic riff on Apple's recent page turn design patent, leading Ron Charles to post an amusing video of...
A Couple Videos About Our Crazy Patent System

Meet the Digital Camera That Lets You Travel Through Time

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BlackBerry's new camera is trying to change, one more time, what photography's all about. At the BlackBerry World conference yesterday, Vivek Bhardwaj introduced a new camera being developed for RIM's new product, the BlackBerry 10 -- one that allows users to detect faces and scroll through frames of the images...
Meet the Digital Camera That Lets You Travel Through Time

These Three Facts Prove That America Needs More Immigrants

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America finally has an opportunity to establish a sensible immigration policy in the coming months. The effects of the policy will have far reaching ramifications in terms of both economic and social implications for the country in years to come. The debate about the immigration bill is entering a period...
These Three Facts Prove That America Needs More Immigrants
Why patent trolls will laugh in the face of the US government's weak attempts to fight them

Apple Gets A (Minor) Legal Spanking

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Since 2010 Apple has been suing everybody in sight for allegedly infringing on its intellectual property. Apple hasn't just been suing its rivals but also portraying itself as a beacon of innovation and depicting its rivals as cloners and copycats -- thieves, basically. So perhaps there is some satisfaction in...
Apple Gets A (Minor) Legal Spanking
USPS surprises CES with eye-popping app that brings mail to life (video)

Why mapping the human brain matters

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It turns out that President Barack Obama's head-scratching mention of a project to map the human brain in his most recent State of the Union speech was more than just a casual comment. John Markoff of the New York Times reported this week that the White House will soon...
Why mapping the human brain matters

Six Factors in Emergent Innovation

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In discussing employee-driven innovation, having a technology platform to deliver on objectives is a key part of a company’s strategy. Hard to get everyone tuned in when you rely only on email and conversations with your cubicle mates. But that’s just one factor. There are many other considerations for companies...
Six Factors in Emergent Innovation

Amazon's homepage becomes an advertisement for its Career Choice employee education program

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Amazon appears to be bringing in a lot of changes lately. Already the site redesign has started to appear outside of the US, a design and development hub has been established in London, UK and  now if you visit the front page of Amazon.com,  you’ll see a special letter from...
Amazon's homepage becomes an advertisement for its Career Choice employee education program

Unleashing creativity in Google's CSI:Lab

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This is the first in a series of posts profiling Googlers who facilitate classes as part of our “Googlers-to-Googlers” program (known internally as “g2g”). The g2g community consists of a group of Googlers who are passionate about teaching, sharing and learning from one another. Regardless of role, level or location,...
Unleashing creativity in Google's CSI:Lab
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