JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 63

Displaying items by tag: Intellectual property rights

A "groundbreaking new production of The Tempest is using the latest, cutting-edge technology to bring a new experience to seasoned theatre-goers and new audiences alike".

Published in Entertainment

Internet Australia has lambasted the peak body for the promotion of copyright, creative rights and piracy research, Creative Content Australia, over its zealous approach to eliminating online piracy.

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
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 15:00

Datacom makes its mark with IP Australia

IT services vendor Datacom has been contracted to deliver contact centre services to the Intellectual Property rights agency, IP Australia.

Published in Deals
Friday, 22 January 2010 06:23

LCA 2010: Keeping patent trolls at bay

Free software is likely to come under increasing attack from patent holders in the years ahead and therefore developers themselves need to understand the basics of patents, free software luminary Andrew Tridgell said today.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 15 January 2010 02:56

Kodak sues Apple, RIM over imaging patents

Kodak has launched legal action against Apple and Research In Motion, alleging patent infringement. The iPhone and BlackBerry are at the heart of the matters, though other Apple products are also implicated.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 14 January 2010 09:10

IBM tops US patent charts again

For the seventeenth year running, IBM has received more US patents than any other company.

Published in Strategy
Nokia has fired a fresh salvo in a tit-for-tat patent war with Apple, claiming that Apple infringes Nokia patents in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, and computers.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 14 December 2009 10:14

Apple countersues Nokia in patent squabble

Nokia to Apple: 'The iPhone infringes ten of our patents.' Apple to Nokia: 'It does not - but you're infringing 13 of ours!'

Published in Strategy
Monday, 05 October 2009 08:48

British High Court allows injunction by Twitter

A legal precedent has been set in the UK, allowing the service of a High Court injunction via Twitter. The case concerns copyright infringement associated with the impersonation of a semi-public figure.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 05 October 2009 03:44

Secret settlement for Apple, Eminem case

The legal dispute between Apple and companies associated with rapper Eminem has been settled before the court reached a verdict.

Thursday, 16 July 2009 12:30

Buffalo buys into Microsoft patent pact

Microsoft has signed another patent pact with a supplier of Linux-based products. This time it is with the parent company of Buffalo.

Published in Open Source
Monday, 13 July 2009 06:21

Microsoft Mono move means exactly nothing

When Britain was the superpower of the world, there was one tactic which its officials used, with great success, to manage its colonies - divide and rule.
Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 04:25

Software patents loom in NZ

New Zealand is moving towards allowing unlimited software patents in the country. The first reading of the bill, which is now at the select committee stage, resulted in 107 votes for and only 14 against.
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 04:25

WiMAX vendors push pooled patent plan

The Open Patent Alliance (OPA)- set up a year ago to promote mobile WiMAX technology through a pooling of key patents - has issued a call for patents and has selected Via Licensing Corporation to facilitate the formation and administration of the pool on its behalf.

Tuesday, 16 June 2009 10:45

CSIRO to widen Wi-Fi patent net

Following a successful first wave of legal action to defend patents applicable to Wi-Fi networking, Australia's national science agency CSIRO is going after the rest of the industry.

Apple has asked a court to allow its case against Psystar to proceed, despite the cloner's application for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Mooted changes in the administration of intellectual property rights in Europe could see the iTunes Store and other online music retailers open their virtual doors to customers across the continent.

How difficult or easy is it to obtain one of the much-touted "royalty-free, reasonable and non-discriminatory" licences for Microsoft patents that are part of a technology like Mono?
Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 22 May 2009 11:49

Wikimedia adopts Creative Commons

Wikimedia has changed the terms under which the content from Wikipedia and other projects can be used.

Published in Core Dump




Guest Opinion

Guest Interviews

Guest Reviews

Guest Research

Guest Research & Case Studies

Channel News