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Design renders based on Google game controller patent chann…

Design renders based on Google game controller patent chann…

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Here are the Google patent, Pixel 4 ‘Sargo’ and LG G8 ThinQ…

Here are the Google patent, Pixel 4 ‘Sargo’ and LG G8 ThinQ…

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From Samsung to LG, here’s a breakdown of almost every smartphone leak from the last few days.The leaks below encompass news ranging from February 1oth to the 16th, 2019.SamsungThis week, GSMArena posted the official specification sheet for the Samsung S10e, S10 and S10+, revealing details about the camera, processor, display and battery.MobileSyrup has also posted a complete overview of what to expect for the upcoming handset. So for your S10 related leaks, click here.GoogleA Geekbench post revealed a handset called the Pixel 4 ‘Sargo’. This phone, however, only has 2GB of RAM (1,833MB to be exact) as well as a single-core score of 744 and a multi-core score of 3,201.For more on the Pixel 4 ‘Sargo’ benchmark, click here.A Google patent reveals that the company is investigating modulari
New patent filings show that Google hasn’t given up on the …

New patent filings show that Google hasn’t given up on the …

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Cast your mind back to recent years and you might recall a little something called Project Ara. This was a modular smartphone project created by Google, the sole remaining bit of the company’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility. You know, before that company was sold to Lenovo. Honestly, we thought that Ara was dead but a pair of new patent filings by Google late last year shows that they haven’t quite given up yet. Two patents for a “Modular Device” device have been unearthed, one of which bears a resemblance to Motorola’s Moto Mods system, or that weird thing LG did with the G5 smartphone. The patent describes a device that can have new components added in. Components like a new camera sensor, battery, fitness tracker, or even an additional display, though it’s not certain whether users
Project Ara not dead? This Google patent hints at a modular…

Project Ara not dead? This Google patent hints at a modular…

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The Google Pixel 4 may not be the only new smartphone that the search giant is working on. A new patent application from the company details a modular device that blurs the lines between the old Project Ara modular smartphone design and a simpler approach like Motorola's Moto Z phones with Moto Mods or the modular LG G5. The patent was spotted by T3. This new patent shows a device that doesn't have quite the same level of granular customization that the Project Ara smartphone was aiming to offer. But, it still shows a design that offers far more variety than the Moto Z family of smartphones.Patent images show of a number of modules that can slot together to make a complete handset. We see a main housing module that allows two other modules to slot in. The patent describes users' abili
Patent Office Using AI to Streamline Operations, Boost Qual…

Patent Office Using AI to Streamline Operations, Boost Qual…

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is developing its own artificial intelligence tools to help examiners analyze patent and trademark applications.The move is part of agency director Andrei Iancu’s push to ensure the office is issuing patents and trademarks that can stand up to legal scrutiny. Stronger patents and trademarks give more certainty to inventors and investors alike, Iancu has said.The agency received 643,349 patent applications and 638,847 trademark applications in fiscal year 2018, according to its recent annual report. It’s betting its homegrown AI technology, including smarter search engine algorithms used in patent examination, and slicker image-based indexing of trademark logos, will allow examiners to spend more time analyzing the applications and less time searching
A Munich Court Today Dismissed another Four Qualcomm Patent…

A Munich Court Today Dismissed another Four Qualcomm Patent…

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  In October Patently Apple posted a legal report titled "A Huge win: Munich Court Throws out Qualcomm Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Apple, " followed by  a January 2019 report titled "German Court throws out Qualcomm's Patent Infringement Case against Apple for being Groundless." Today there was more good news for Apple coming out of Germany.   According to a new report posted this morning a Munich Court dealt Qualcomm yet another setback – technically a set of setbacks – as half of Qualcomm's patent infringement lawsuits against Apple's Spotlight search have been tossed and the other half is going down the tubes.   Non-infringement was successfully argued for Apple by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Prince Wolrad of Waldeck and Pyrmont.   Below is a partial Google Transla
PTAB invalidates web page patent after Google request

PTAB invalidates web page patent after Google request

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The US Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has invalidated patent claims directed to retrieving web pages after Google filed an inter partes review (IPR) against them. In the decision, published on Tuesday, January 18, the PTAB said the patent is invalid over five pieces of prior art. The patent in dispute (US number 8,661,094) is owned by Israeli company Spring Ventures and performs page retrieval using a “minimally restrictive syntax”, the PTAB noted. It seeks to address several problems, including that in many countries, English is not the native language and the Latin alphabet is not used. As a result, meaningful World Wide Web addresses in such countries are typically created by transliterating the name of the site owner into Latin letters, the PTAB added. In 2016, Spring Ventu