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Displaying items by tag: Intellectual Property

The US is considering the use of a national security law harking back to the Cold War-era to force companies that are part of the semiconductor supply chain to provide confidential data about their operations if they do not respond with answers in 45 days.

Published in Technology Regulation

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Business IT

Qualcomm has fired another shot in its battle with Apple, filing lawsuits in China to try and stop the iPhone maker from selling and manufacturing phones in the country.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 21 September 2017 13:50

Google tries hand at buying another phone company: HTC

Ok, ok, so it’s a US$1.1 billion “co-operation agreement”, with Google getting some HTC staff and a non-exclusive licence for HTC intellectual property, but let’s face it, this is Google’s second phone company purchase.

Published in Deals

Although the TiVo EPG will switch off in Australia before the end of the year, TiVo has renewed its long-term IP licence allowing Foxtel to deliver an “ultimate entertainment discovery experience".

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Epson has been listed among the 2016 Top 100 Global Innovators announced by Clarivate Analytics, for the sixth year running.

Published in Strategy

Changes in patent, trademark and design practices in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union are likely to be fairly limited and easily manageable, according to IP experts.

Published in Technology Regulation


Lawyers at one of the oldest specialist intellectual property firms in Australia and New Zealand have slammed the High Court's decision to refuse leave to a patent applicant to appeal a decision by the Full Federal Court of Australia.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australians should be allowed to circumvent geoblocking which imposes restrictions on accessing services like Netflix under current intellectual property laws, the Productivity Commission has recommended.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman Rod Sims says improvements to the tax system, industrial relations and competition policies will make the biggest contribution to promoting innovation in Australia.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 13 January 2015 04:44

IBM retains lead in patent race

IBM is not  the company it once was, but its deep R&D background means it still files more patents in the US than any other company. Samsung, Canon and Sony are next.

Published in Technology Regulation
Monday, 03 November 2014 16:42

Digital drives shift in ICT jobs demand

The ICT jobs and employment landscape is changing rapidly with demand for professionals increasingly driven by digital transformation projects and a shift away from traditional IT roles.

Published in Recruitment
Thursday, 07 August 2014 06:37

Apple and Samsung call partial truce

The world’s top two smartphone companies have called partial truce in their never ending litigation against each other.

Published in Deals

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has warned that investor confidence in continued support for start-up businesses in the ICT sector, and across all parts of the economy, could take a hit if Commercialisation Australia falls victim to budget cuts in the Federal Government’s May budget.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 29 August 2013 12:00

Apple attempts to trademark 'startups'

Apple has lodged a trademark application for the term 'startup' in Australia, as the tech giant attempts to take ownership of the word worldwide.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 14:52

Apple, Amazon bury hatchet over App Store suit

The court case between Apple and Amazon over the App Store trademark has ended with a settlement between the companies that leaves Amazon free to continue using the Appstore name.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 20 June 2013 08:53

In search of patent trolls

The recent intellectual property suit filed against ZTE in Australia by 'patent troll' Vringo has brought the contentious issue of patent trolls to our shores from the US where feral trolls are such a pest that the Obama Administration is trying to get legislation through Congress that will curb their actions, but that is not going to be easy. Patent trolls are protean creatures. One man's patent troll is another man's legitimate licensor of intellectual property.

Published in Cornered!
Monday, 14 January 2013 15:22

Aaron Swartz was not an island

The suicide of Internet activist Aaron Swartz diminishes us all, but will hasten the demise of what he fought against.

Published in Technology Regulation
Monday, 03 September 2012 10:17

Apple extends its Samsung hit list

A week after Apple's billion-dollar court win against Samsung, the Cupertino-based company is going after more of its Korean rival's products.

Published in Strategy
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