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Project Glass nose bridge patent

11/06/2012, When the Project Glass from Google was first unveiled to the rest of the world, most folks were abuzz at the kind of potential applications for Project Glass. It does look as though wearing a pair of Project Glass for hours on end might end up in a rather...

Apple sued over FaceTime by company holding a single patent

11/01/2012, Patent trolls seem to crawl out of their caves in recent memory, and in a rather surprising move (hey, this is America that we are talking about, where just about anything can happen), Intercarrier Communications of Texas who owns a single patent for...

Apple faces new patent lawsuit concerning FaceTime

10/31/2012, Apple’s video calling software application known as FaceTime is a strong selling point in today’s tough consumer electronics industry. But the tables could turn, now that the Cupertino-based tech behemoth is receiving a blow out of the water....

Nokia patent reveals possible tablet designs

10/17/2012, A while back we reported that according to the rumors, Nokia might have a Windows RT tablet in the works. Given Nokia’s close relationship with Microsoft and the fact that they have put all their proverbial eggs in the basket with Windows Phone, it’s...

Apple and Google spent more on patents than R&D in 2011

10/08/2012, The New York Times’ excellent iEconomy series wrapped up this morning with a look into the current patent wars going on between Apple and other technology companies. A close read reveals several disconcerting facts: over $20 billion was spent on...

Apple patent reveals plans for hybrid wireless earphones

10/04/2012, There are plenty of headphones or in-ear earphones that have been designed for activities such as exercising. These headphones tend to be more durable and come with features such as water/sweat resistance. That being said, it seems like Apple might be...