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  • ipernica hires new group CFO

    Mark Maitland, former CFO of ipernica subsidiary NearMap, has just been promoted

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling31 May 10 15:22
  • Open source under threat from 'grey' IP laws

    Incomplete laws and intense lobbying from the software industry are contrary to the values of free software and continue to pose a threat to its existence says an independent technology consultant and writer from New Zealand.

    Written by Rodney Gedda21 Jan. 10 10:58
  • AMD, Intel settle antitrust, IP disputes

    Intel and Advanced Micro Devices Thursday announced that they have settled all antitrust litigation and patent cross-license disputes between the companies.

    Written by Marc Ferranti13 Nov. 09 08:45
  • Wipro may be trimming its IP licensing business

    Indian outsourcer Wipro is considering exiting its business of creation and licensing of intellectual property (IP) in the area of connectivity, a company executive said on Thursday.

    Written by John Ribeiro25 Sept. 09 07:30
  • IP Australia to tune up business processes

    IP Australia, the government agency responsible for administering patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder’s rights, is to deploy a intellectual property (IP) Rights Management solution as part of a push toward better business processes.

    Written by Tim Lohman07 Sept. 09 13:30
  • China's knock-off mobile phones copy, then innovate

    Miniature iPhones, handsets that double as shavers and others shaped like packs of cigarettes are just some of the gray-market devices on sale at Chinese markets.

    Written by Owen Fletcher18 Aug. 09 01:55