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Amazon Working On Patent For Driverless Pickup Lockers & Other Patent News

The future may or may not reveal flying cars, but it seems clear this week that most definitely those vehicles will be driven by robots. Two of our new patent stories reveal technology for bettering vehicular systems without drivers.  Everything for the enhancement of the customer’s experience! Keep reading to see how this could be done.

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The Big Difference Between IPVision and Other Innovation Consulting Firms

To be honest, the differences between IPVision and other innovation consulting firms are too numerous to boil down to one simple idea. In a nutshell, when you work with IPVision, you’ll work with the guys who wrote the book on innovation—not those who studied that book.

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What to Do After You Get a Technology Landscape

In the innovation consulting world, a technology landscape is like the “It Girl” of the year. Companies all over the world offer technology landscapes as a product—something you pay money for once and receive only that. And, like that weird thing you bought “as seen on TV,” it doesn’t always come with instructions.

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Written by Joe Khurana

VR Is Breaking Down Another Wall With A New Feature For Headsets & Other Patent News

A dual screen is the hot topic of the day. Just like a laptop with several tabs open at once, other devices are catching on to the fact that people like to multi-task. The more we can see, the more we can get done. New patents by LG and Samsung are bringing multi-screen interface to VR and phones, while Apple is seeing what can be done in the world of photography. Read below to see what else is new.

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How Late is "Too Late" to Worry About Disruptive Innovation?

A question that falls into the category “if you have to ask…” but one you should be asking. If you’re in a stagnant or mature industry, assume consumers will behave the same way forever or change slowly, it’s too late. You can’t simply offer a decent product or service with a solid history, sit back, and expect the product to keep doing all the work. If you’re plodding along, maintaining the status quo, and excitement and buzz are a thing of the past, well, you may be begging for disruption.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Foldable Phones—Proof That Technology is Still Advancing and Other Patent News

You’ve seen the commercials reminding us that the introduction of smart phones was over ten years ago now, always prompting the question, “What’s next?” A few technology giants are taking steps to reach that next big thing. Is this what you will find in your pocket?

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3 Huge Benefits of Monitoring Competitors’ Intellectual Property

If you could get a preview into what your biggest competitor was planning, wouldn’t you take that opportunity? Too many companies either have no idea they can see everything their competitors are patenting or they don’t realize how helpful that information can be.

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Written by Joe Khurana

Tesla’s at It Again with New Seat Design Patent and Other IP News

Seems like every week there’s news about how Tesla is changing the way we drive cars, enjoy cars, fuel cars, and now even sit in cars. They, along with others in the news this week, keep innovation moving with regular patents on intellectual property. That’s what keeps technology moving, right? So, let’s take a look at how things are shaking these days.

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What Happens When Competitors Share an Innovative Spirit?

We often report the latest court cases for patent infringement, followed by some encouragement to tech companies and product developers to return to their innovative roots. The spirit of innovation has historically been to share developments, even with the protection of a patent, so that technology can continue to be improved upon and to grow.

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Maybe You Misunderstand: Patents Should Drive Innovation, Not Block It

Once upon a time, the US patent system was created to share advances in technology so that others might learn from what’s available and improve upon it. The protection the patent system offered to the original inventor was meant to serve as an incentive to share that technology with the rest of the world.

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