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Top 10 IP & Patent News – Week of 2/19/2018

Welcome to Article One’s Top 10 Weekly News Update. Every week, Article One provides a quick list of the past week’s top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading! What were your top IP news  stories last week? Post them below in the comments or discuss your thoughts on one of our top picks!  Coca-Cola Leaves Inventor Feeling Flat After Patent Win – Read more…

AOP CEO Peter Vanderheyden Interviewed by Intellectual Property Watch

Intellectual Property Watch sat down with AOP’s CEO, Peter Vanderheyden, and reflected on a decade of crowdsourcing intellectual property research. “You name it and we likely have someone in the crowd with that skill and experience.  The beauty of the crowd is in their diversity.  Not only technical, but geographic, cultural, economic, age, etc.  Diversity Read more…

Top 5: Winter Sport Patents 2018

Inspired by this year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, we’ve made a list of patents related to the featured sports! Go team! 1) Rotating Circular Ski Slope  This invention from the 1960s is an indoor, dry ski slope that can be used for skiiers of all levels for practice or recreation. The circular, rotating nature of Read more…

Researcher of the Year 2017

We are honored to announce that the Researcher of the Year 2017 is DrHrudaya. As the Researcher of the Year, DrHrudaya will receive a $1,000 Reward.  Throughout the year, we recognize outstanding Researchers who contributed significantly to the high quality of our Studies. After reviewing the performance of each Researcher over the past twelve months, Read more…

Top 10 IP & Patent News Update – Week of 2/12/2018

Welcome to Article One’s Top 10 Weekly News Update. Every week, Article One provides a quick list of the past week’s top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading! What were your top IP news  stories last week? Post them below in the comments or discuss your thoughts on one of our top picks!  SSH Communications Enters Cross-License Agreement with Sony After Losing Patents Read more…

Featured Researcher: Soho

Our December Featured Researcher is Soho from Taiwan! Soho has about 5 years of experience working at Taiwan’s patent search center.  Soho believes his prior experience, as well as his understanding of keyword searches, are some of his most useful skills when it comes to searching. Since starting as an AOP Researcher, Soho has enjoyed Read more…

Top 10 IP & Patent News Update – Week of 2/5/2018

Welcome to Article One’s Top 10 Weekly News Update. Every week, Article One provides a quick list of the past week’s top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading! What were your top IP news  stories last week? Post them below in the comments or discuss your thoughts on one of our top picks!  AI’s Challenge to Businesses: Patenting Machine-Created Intellectual Property – Read more…

Top 5: Fitness/Movement Tracking Patents

Amazon has patented a wristband that tracks its workers’ movements. While it brings up some privacy concerns, tracking patents are nothing new — think of all the apps and fitness tech that has become a part of daily life! This week’s Top 5 lists a few: 1) Use of Gyroscopes in Personal Fitness Tracking Devices Read more…

Top 10 IP & Patent News – Week of 1/29/2018

Welcome to Article One’s Top 10 Weekly News Update. Every week, Article One provides a quick list of the past week’s top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading! What were your top IP news  stories last week? Post them below in the comments or discuss your thoughts on one of our top picks!  Sprint, Cox Communications Settle Patent Lawsuit – IP Watchdog Read more…

Top 5: Textile Patents

What kind of patented technology goes into making textiles? Let’s take a look with this week’s Top 5! 1) Versatile Hand Loom  A portable hand loom that allows a user to weave a pre-programmed pattern, this individual looms are meant to be easier to use. Additionally, the patent suggests they can be used for therapy Read more…


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