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Repel Mosquitos with Your Clothing with This Patent Approved Design

Being accepted for a patent in both Canada and the United States allows this company to gain more exposure throughout the world on their virtual intelligent fabric. It is the first step to being able to market and sell throughout the numerous sectors. When it comes to commercializing this type of product, it is going […]

Google Patent Making Sure You Stick Around After Accident, Literally

A new patent, which Google received on Tuesday, will have pedestrians sticking to your car hood like flies on flypaper.  The purpose of this design is not to prevent the classic “hit and run” scenario, however. It is actually designed to prevent further injury to the pedestrian that was struck. The design is being considered for use […]

A Poor Man’s Patent is No Way to Patent Your Idea

A poor man’s patent is not a good way to try to protect your invention. It does not give an inventor the same type of protection as a patent application does, and will not likely be useful to monetize your invention.

Patents Gone Wild

Yes, it’s 2014 and “Patents Gone Wild” in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In 1992, there were 269,000 patent applications pending compared to 1.5 million applications in 2013.  And, there were 110,000 patents actually issued in 1992 vs. 270,000 in 2013. That is a huge increase and a lot of people hoping to […]

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