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Samsung Patents Wearable Robot Suit

05/20/2015, Could it be that one day in the future, wearing robotic suits in the military or just going about our everyday lives could become commonplace? Perhaps, and it looks like Samsung wants to help build that future. According to a patent discovered by Patently...

Samsung Need Not Pay $930 Fine In Apple Patent Case

05/18/2015, It looks like the folks over at Samsung have received some sort of reprieve, especially after word has gotten out that Samsung is no longer liable to fork out all $930 million in damages which Apple was awarded three years ago (from a $3 billion ask), at...

Apple Wants Your iPhone’s Home Button To Do So Much More

05/14/2015, There are many who are probably still questioning Apple’s decision to keep using a physical home button, especially since there are plenty of smartphones out there that now use soft keys in its place. Unfortunately it seems that if you were hoping Apple...

Google To Launch Portal For Patent Sales

04/27/2015, Google is no stranger when it comes to patents, but it looks as though they are interested in doing more than the status quo. In fact, the technology company with search and advertising as its bread and butter, has taken the bold move to launch a new...

Eye-Tracking Feature Could Arrive For The Next-Gen Google Glass

04/14/2015, As some of you guys might have heard, Google announced a couple of months ago that they would be redesigning Google Glass from scratch, with Nest’s Tony Fadell leading the team. It is unclear as to how different the next-gen Google Glass will be from...

Google Wants To Put An End To Spoilers On Social Media

04/08/2015, There are some shows such as Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and Game of Thrones which have been integrated into pop culture so much that your entire Facebook News Feed is flooded by posts regarding those shows every time an episode airs. If you’ve seen...

Thomas Franklin’s 9/11 Image Top $1 Million In Revenues

04/08/2015, A picture speaks a thousand words, and if there was one iconic image that would have been embedded deep within the consciousness of the American people, it would be Thomas Franklin’s 9/11 photograph (as seen above) which has, to date, crossed the $1...

GoPro Patent Hints At Even Smaller-Sized Camera

03/31/2015, As it is, the GoPro is a pretty small camera and it makes sense because it is an action camera designed to be worn on a body harness, a helmet, or carried around on a monopod all day, so the small body would go a long way in keeping things light and...

Apple’s Packaging Of Its Products Could Soon Get Smarter

03/27/2015, While the actual product itself is important, so is its packaging, otherwise we’d be taking our devices home in brown paper bags. The packaging is part of the entire experience one gets when opening their brand new purchase which is why companies like...

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Could Have External Airbags

03/25/2015, Airbags are a great way to protect the driver and their passengers inside the car from serious harm in the event of an accident. However what about protecting the car or the objects that they might collide into? Wouldn’t external airbags make just as...

Apple’s New Patent Involves A 3-Sensor Camera

03/24/2015, When it comes to the world of patents, you can be sure that a company like Apple that is always perceived to be on the cutting edge of things will have amassed their fair share over the years. Of course, one will have to be ruthless in this department,...

Boeing Patents Force Field System To Protect Military Vehicles

03/23/2015, We’re sure most of you guys have seen sci-fi movies where vehicles or even robots can deploy force fields, ultimately protecting them from damage from the likes of missiles, guns, lasers, and so on. It would be pretty awesome if we had similar...

Google Files Patent For A Wearable That Can Kill Cancer

03/22/2015, While Google might be known as a company that helps users search the internet, check their emails, connect with friends, and so on, the company has dived into other areas that might not necessarily be particularly mainstream. Last year it was revealed...