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Pencil and Paper, No Deal…

So did you know that you can’t patent calculations that can be done with a simple number two  pencil and paper? Therefore under this rule all such calculations remain unpatentable even if the steps are programmatically encoded into a machine-readable … Continue reading

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Google to buy Motorola and Why…

While maybe a bit of old new market wise, the concept of  Google’s bid of $12.5 billion for Motorola Mobility, better known as a troubled American maker of mobile phones (remember the razor) is still worth waining about.  Because should … Continue reading

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Patents, a thing of the past…

Who patents social networks anyway?  Well many people do as there are over 7,000 patents pending out there relating to the formula of social networking, what you didn’t know there’s a special sauce to the relationship you and your friends … Continue reading

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Trade Marking Gone Too Far…

Seems as the world has gone corpora crazy by saying let’s Trademark every word in the English language so no one can use it or better yet, lets do it so we can start a secondary market for words much … Continue reading

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