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Patents News In Florida - Google News

Apple sued over DVD playback patents
The Stack
The functionality in question is the invention of Nissim Corp's President & CEO Max Abecassis, a Florida resident who contributed to the DVD playback feature-set in the 1990s, and chiefly concerns the use of 'Seamless Play', primarily used in ...



Growing Strong
Florida Trend
North Central boasts some of Florida's most highly educated people: 43% of Gainesville residents over age 25 have a bachelor's degree or higher compared to the national average of 29%. Gainesville is home to Florida's most prolific patent earner ? the ...



Dog harness fetches third patent
BusinessDen
Liz and her husband, Barry, have since sold 40,000 pairs and received three patents on the invention, a sling that wraps around a dog's abdomen with a handle on top so a human can lift to support the dog's back hips and a leash that hooks into the dog ...


Carderock Wants Researchers to Patent and Technology Transfer Their Inventions
MilitarySpot
SEPTEMBER 27, 2016, WEST BETHESDA, Md. (NNS) ? Potential inventors from Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division attended a training session on patent and technology transfer in West Bethesda, Maryland, Sept. ... Headquartered in West Bethesda ...





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