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U.S. Patent Office to take temporary space in Lakewood

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office plans to open up a temporary office in Lakewood at the start of the year as it waits for renovation work to finish up on a more permanent space in the Byron G. Rogers Federal Building in Denver.

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Another Apple Touch-screen Patent In Trouble

After a second look, the U.S. patent office rules that all 20 claims included in an Apple patent covering interaction with touch-screen devices — a patent used in a suit against Motorola — are invalid. But the decision isn't final.

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Another Apple Touch-screen Patent In Trouble

After a second look, the U.S. patent office rules that all 20 claims included in an Apple patent covering interaction with touch-screen devices — a patent used in a suit against Motorola — are invalid. But the decision isn't final.

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Another Apple Touch-screen Patent In Trouble

After a second look, the U.S. patent office rules that all 20 claims included in an Apple patent covering interaction with touch-screen devices — a patent used in a suit against Motorola — are invalid. But the decision isn't final.

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Oracle tries another patent play in Google case

It says the U.S. Patent Office has upheld a Java patent that was previously rejected. Google says the judge dismissed the patent from the case, period.

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Fun Patents of the Week: “HyperLight Speed Antenna” and More

U.S. Patent Office has approved a method of punching a hole into another dimension to travel faster than light

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U.s. Patent Office Plan, Baidu, Tiger Brands, Kraft: Intellectual Property

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said it’s putting off plans to open its first satellite office and will delay a program to speed inventors? applications after Congress limited the money the agency can spend. (5 hours ago)

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