Yosemite Hotels Get Their Historic Names Back After Trademark Dispute

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The names of several major hotels and camp villages at Yosemite National Park in California are being restored, after a years-long trademark dispute. The Majestic Yosemite Hotel is back to its original name, The Ahwahnee. And a set of cabins that was temporarily called Half Dome Village now carries its historic name, Camp Curry. “I’ve […]

Spilling the 'Detox Tea': Would we say we are Going to See More FTC Activity via Web-based networking media Influencer Promoting?

Spilling the ‘Detox Tea’: Would we say we are Going to See More FTC Activity via Web-based networking media Influencer Promoting?

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In an ongoing letter, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) encouraged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to make a move against producers of “detox teas” for participating in “detox teas” and deluding showcasing strategies via web-based networking media stages, focusing on basically youthful grown-ups (and young ladies specifically). Training in on the Instagram symbol Kim Kardashian, Congressperson […]

Urge Congress to Keep the Built up and Productively Working Areas 100 and 112 of the U.S. Patent Act

Urge Congress to Keep the Built up and Productively Working Areas 100 and 112 of the U.S. Patent Act

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Presently that the Senate Subcommittee on Licensed innovation has closed its hearings on patent qualification change, it creates the impression that the draft changes to Segments 100 and 112 are the last extraordinary risk in the general patent qualification discussion and we should not disappoint our watchman. Another variant of the bill is expected out […]

Google's U.S. patent application 20190124318—initially doled out to Lytro, an American engineer of light-field cameras, before it went outdated in Walk 2018—was distributed in April 2019. Google is effectively taking a shot at ideas building Computer Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) and has spun out items like Fantasy, ARCore, Cardboard, Bounce, Tilt Brush and Hinders, all of which profit by light field innovation. CNET detailed a year ago that various Lytro representatives were making a beeline for Google after Lytro collapsed, and that Google would probably get some Lytro licenses.

A Glance at Google’s Patent Applications for Light Field Innovation

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“The global market size for virtual and augmented reality has reached $20.4 billion and its projected economic impact by 2020 is $15.6 billion. To harness that growth for its own benefit, Google will have to innovate.” Google’s U.S. patent application 20190124318—initially doled out to Lytro, an American developer of light-field cameras, before it went outdated […]