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WSJ: Microsoft Pulls Patent from Barnes & Noble Case

Microsoft Corp. has pulled one of five patents used last year to sue Barnes & Noble Inc. for alleged infringement related to the book retailer's use of Google Inc.'s Android software in its Nook e-reader devices, removing another element from one of several cases targeting Google's technology.


Forbes: State of the Intellectual Property Union

Only four years ago, the majority of patents and intellectual property (“IP”) concerns were confined to the legal department. Since then, the patent landscape has morphed into a complex terrain forcing corporations to create business teams with executive oversight to focus solely on intellectual property; proof that the value of IP is working its way up the corporate ladder.


RFID Journal: New Report on RFID Intellectual Property

Innography, a company that offers an online intellectual-property business-intelligence application, has produced a report on radio frequency identification IP.


Frost & Sullivan: Innography Receives 2010 Global IP BI New Product Innovation of the Year Award

Frost & Sullivan honored recipients of its 2010 Growth Excellence Awards, at two banquets held Monday and Tuesday, September 13-14, 2010 in San Jose, California.


Lead411: Innography wins “Hottest Texas Companies” for technology companies

Lead411 Launches "Hottest Texas Companies" Awards...and Innography wins!