Here, Tesla’s design patents USD860056S1 and USD844521S1 provides a peak at a Tesla semi-truck. USD860056S1 is directed at the entire ‘Cab with elevated roof’. This means that the ornamental design of the cab, as a whole (in the solid lines), is patented.
Square is a digital payment company known for its card reader that attaches to a mobile device (e.g., a smart phone). Square appears to be one of the ‘winners’ of this pandemic, having its stock practically triple in the last year.
Founder Jack Dorsey has many patents to his name relating to their mobile payment system. One of which is US9,858 ,603B2 which relates to a way of preventing the smart phone from perceiving that the card reader has been disconnected during power cycles.
Part of the novelty and improvement here is that the vaccine is made by growing the measles virus in a chick embryo tissue sample instead of monkey-tissue. This avoids the problem of simian viruses that are associated with those vaccines that were developed with monkey-tissue.
Tesla’s market cap has exploded in the last 3 months. Many credit Tesla’s meteoric rise to the company being more than just a vehicle company. In particular, their success is often credited to being at the forefront in battery technology. Tesla’s patent application US2019/0283617, titled ‘Determining Battery DC […]
Tinder’s dating app allows user’s to ‘swipe right’ on dating prospect where there is interest and ‘swipe left’ on a non-prospect when there is no interest. Tinder, which is part of Match Group, has a patent application US20160127500A1 that relates to this swiping feature. The status of the […]
For the holidays our family took a trip to Arizona to visit my in-laws. On the way, I noticed a tower full of shiny vehicles off of the 10 freeway in Ontario, CA. This tower is one of Carvana’s vehicle vending machines. Car buyers can buy a car […]
Samsung’s patent application – US20180348891A1 – leverages deep learning (e.g., a trained neural network) to generate the user’s word, based on a swipe input. In the simple example below, a user swipes over letters ‘b’, ‘o’, and ‘y’ on a digital keyboard. The system leverages deep learning to generate the word ‘boy’.
The most hyped apple release of 2019 may have nothing to do with electronic devices. The “Cosmic Crisp” is the new kid on the block that is born from crossing the ‘Honeycrisp’ apple with the ‘Enterprise’ apple. The new variety is being released this December, 2019 (so now). […]
oney, the online coupon code web app is reportedly being bought by Paypal for $4 Billion. Honey has a web app, or “plug-in” that works with your browser to find and apply coupon codes for whatever website you are shopping on.
The founders, George Ruan and Ryan Hudson, apparently have a few patents relating to their core technology, including US10140625B2. In this patent, the claims relate to the workings of their online coupon assistant. For example, claim 1 of the Honey patent recites: “upon the user’s selection of the graphical trigger, automatically input each of the one or more digital codes…, thereby triggering the third party website to receive the one or more digital codes… and apply the digital code that causes the greatest change in the numerical value to obtain and display a resulting numerical value on the third party website.”
Disney has recently launched a new streaming platform, Disney +. Here, we have a patent application (US2019/0340659A1) by Disney that relates to reviewing of content (similar to how Netflix allows users to review watched content).