Tag: Google

Revolutionizing Gesture Recognition Technologies: Project Soli

Google has been a pioneer of a number of leading inventions and projects that have not only changed the way we perceive science and technology but has also made out lives easier and leisurelier. From Google Cardboard to Driverless cars to Google glasses, Google has never disappointed us when it comes to show casing its … Continue reading Revolutionizing Gesture Recognition Technologies: Project Soli

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And we thought Java API’s were open?

Oracle vs. Google is truly one of the most amazing IP battles that I have personally observed in the recent past. What millions of developers and customers would have literally thought to have been considered open Application Programming Interfaces (API’s) when it comes to JAVA, is potentially turning out to be proprietary from the perspective … Continue reading And we thought Java API’s were open?

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Rockstar Consortium US LP et. al.v. Google Inc

Gopikrishnan M, an intern at Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys, looks at Google Inc. been accused of infringing technology related to its searching technology itself. Yet another high-tech and high-profile patent war is on, this one involving a combined attack on the search giant’s core technology. Google is being sued for direct patent infringement … Continue reading Rockstar Consortium US LP et. al.v. Google Inc

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What’s in a domain name?

The original role of having a domain name was to provide an internet address for computers. With the increasing rate of commercial activities on the web, a domain name is now seen as a way of identifying the business of the company. A potential consumer is always lured to the company after he/she goes through … Continue reading What’s in a domain name?

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Let’s Google it !

David Elliot, from Arizona, owned 750 websites with domains like ‘googlegaycruises.com’ and ‘googledonaldtrump.com’ among many others.  His argument was that he needed to use the word ‘google’ because he was developing an internet based business that will promote charity, commerce, community, relationships, personal health etc. He further stated that he did not register the domain … Continue reading Let’s Google it !

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