Month: November 2017

Evolvement of Quantum dot Light Emitting Diode (QLED) Technology: An Overview

Television is amongst many other technologies which evolved rapidly in 20th century as a result of market competition. Currently, this evolution has landed from huge boxes to flat screens with high definition display, which give more colorful experience than reality itself. It was late before 1940s when people enjoyed Black and White Television, which worked … Continue reading Evolvement of Quantum dot Light Emitting Diode (QLED) Technology: An Overview

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Self Healing Display

With the advent of the era of communication technology, mobile devices, portable device and other communications products has been very widely deep into people’s lives. As communication technology continues to improve, mobile phones and other intelligent terminal becoming increasingly predominant in society. With the rapid development of mobile communications smartphone can be used for longer … Continue reading Self Healing Display

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Edible Water Bottle/Container: Technological Perspective

A bottle or container which is made of plastic, glass, or metal for holding drinking water is well known in the art but a bottle or container which is consumable along with of water, liquids or other beverages sounds very interesting and unbelievable, isn’t it? Conventionally known, bottles can be made of plastic, glass, material … Continue reading Edible Water Bottle/Container: Technological Perspective

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Emerging Trends in IP

Intellectual Property has seen numerous modifications. Different Intellectual Properties have come about to exist, which some would say is the impact of IP Maximalism and some would regard them as a matter of necessity of changing times, which reminds me of Victor Hugo, he spoke in a speech and I quote, “no power on earth … Continue reading Emerging Trends in IP

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The Question of Internet Jurisdiction

With the explosion of Internet and domain names, various disputes have occurred relating to many cyber-crimes and infringement of Trademark laws over domain names[1], and in order to seek justice before the Court of Law, dispute regarding jurisdiction arise owing to Internet having a multi-jurisdictional character. The issue of jurisdiction has been the most debated and has been a focal point of the whole globe. … Continue reading The Question of Internet Jurisdiction

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Compulsory Licensing: An Indian Overview

Compulsory licenses are sovereign state authorizations that enable a third party to make, use, or sell a patented product without the consent of the patent holder. Provisions pertaining to compulsory licensing are provided for under both the Indian Patent Act, 1970, as well as the international legal agreement between all the member nations of WTO … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing: An Indian Overview

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Patent Landscapes: An Effective Tool for Business and IP Strategy

A Patent landscape is a conglomerate of patent information that provides the most up to date analysis of – who is patenting in any chosen area of technology, what is the innovative focus of companies, businesses and nations; how has a particular technology evolved over a period of time, what has been the filing history … Continue reading Patent Landscapes: An Effective Tool for Business and IP Strategy

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Power to review decisions or setting aside orders of the Controller [Indian Patents Act, 1970 Section 77 (f), (g)]

The Indian Patents Act, 1970, Section 77 gives the Controller of Patents the powers of a Civil Court to deal with a suit under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 for matters stated in Section 77 (1) Clause f and g of the Indian Patents Act, 1970 which reads as follows – “Section 77.  Controller … Continue reading Power to review decisions or setting aside orders of the Controller [Indian Patents Act, 1970 Section 77 (f), (g)]

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Japanese Patent fund IP Bridge to raise $50m “Intellectual property and innovation” fund in Malaysia

On October 19, 2017 Japanese private equity fund “IP Bridge” disclosed its plan of launching a $50 million fund as a continuation of ASEAN push for “Intellectual property and innovation” and signed an agreement with Malaysian local, Leonie Hill Capital (LCH) [1]. The agreement aims at investing in “IP rich or to-be-rich”, national and regional … Continue reading Japanese Patent fund IP Bridge to raise $50m “Intellectual property and innovation” fund in Malaysia

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International Patent Office of Philippines appointed as “International Authority on Patents” by WIPO

Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHIL) was designated as an International Searching Authority (ISA) and International Preliminary Examining Authority (IPEA) by the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) on October 5, 2017 at the 57th WIPO General Assembly and 49th Session of the PCT Union Assembly [1] becoming second country of Southeast Asia and 23rd … Continue reading International Patent Office of Philippines appointed as “International Authority on Patents” by WIPO

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