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Unitrends has bought NICTA's cloud technology firm, Yuruware, for its patent-protected technology to give its customers data protection flexibility.
The Internet giant isn't alone in hoping to stifle the ever-growing number of patent-related lawsuits in the technology industry.
In a patent dispute with rival Apple, Samsung wil be forced to reveal sales data it wished to keep hidden.
Netflix is being sued by an interactive TV solutions provider over at least seven U.S. patents regarding digital rights management and how viewer data is used.
A Tokyo judge finds Samsung Electronics innocent of infringing on Apple's patent relating to the synchronizing of music and video data in devices to servers.
InstantRescue recovers desktop and laptop systems as quickly as a reboot after a system failure or virus attack. Important files and...
Despite Apple and Samsung's pleas to keep sensitive data private, the judge overseeing the design patent spat releases a whole wealth of valuable, broken-down data relating to the two companies' sales.
The telecoms equipment company Huawei has sued its biggest Chinese rival, ZTE, for patent and trademark infringement.On Thursday, Huawei said in a statement that ZTE was infringing on Huawei patents relating to data card and LTE technologies, and had "illegally used a Huawei-registered trademark on some of its data card products".
Biowrap is a patented data protection service that leverages the cloud to eliminate the complexities of encryption, offering an immediate...
The US Patent and Trademark Office published a series of minor Apple iPhone/iOS patents including a method of altering audio output from an electronic device based on image data.
Google has a newly-issued patent for dual-sided liquid-cooled motherboards. Are they ramping up density instead of building new data centers?
Google has been awarded a U.S. patent for its floating data centers that are powered by waves and cooled by sea water.
Microsoft is suing a former employee for applying for his job under false pretenses and using his role at the company to gain access to confidential data related to patent litigation he is now waging, reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.Miki Mullor was hired by Microsoft in November 2005 after stating in his job application that he was a former employee at Ancora Technologies, a local software development company that he said had gone out of business.
Question: How can you track the energy profile of every server asset in a data center, even if it's not actually connected physically with the remote monitoring system?Answer: Invest in patent-pending technology from Sentilla, which this week is starting to sell its Sentilla Energy Manager into commercial accounts.
A Google patent application published on Thursday describes a scenario where carriers would fight it out for each call or data session initiated by a phone user
Google has always enjoyed being secretive about its largely custom-built data centres, so I imagine there are a few furrowed brows following the widespread reports about its application for a patent to build offshore datacentres, which could draw their power from the ocean waves.
In the scheme of green things, Dell's PowerEdge M-Series blades could be described as emerald. Now, the company is trying to make it easier for data center managers to opt for them, with a new patent-pending tool called Dell FlexAddress.
A newly published BlackBerry Patent application entitled Advanced Voice and Data Operations in a Mobile Communications Device describes a technology that greatly eases these related processes.The Patent Abstract provides at least some insight into what is being proposed here:A system and method for integrating voice and data operations into a single mobile device capable of simultaneously performing data and voice actions.
Microsoft has filed a patent for filtering EEG data so that it can be used to improve the design of human-computer interfaces. Brain signals from sensors attached to the scalp are interpreted by software to classify the brain states associated user interaction.
WikiPatents, "a public community that reviews US patents and pending patent applications," is one year old and now home to information and commentary about over 10 million patents and patent applications. It also is as far as I know the only place you can sort patent data by whether the invention in question is amusing, clever, complex, efficient, historic, important, innovative, interesting, practical or simple.
The idea of putting a data center in a shipping container is nothing new, but Google manages to patent the concept in the United States this week.
The idea of putting a data centre in a shipping container is nothing new, but Google has this week managed to patent the concept in the US