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Exclusive: Cycling NZ unveil revolutionary new Olympic bikes - New Zealand Herald

16 hours 25 min ago

Exclusive: Cycling NZ unveil revolutionary new Olympic bikes
New Zealand Herald
Higgins says the track cycling design market changes so swiftly that it is more important to be "first to market" rather than patenting intellectual property because there is "little legal protection" when others tinker with new designs. Cycling New ...

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You can't kill email - TechCrunch

June 28, 2016 - 9:01pm

TechCrunch

You can't kill email
TechCrunch
And even without legal requirements, given that the average turnover in businesses is 20 percent, maintaining searchable access to previous materials and intellectual property is critical to business continuity. Robust and proven email archiving ...

Politics|The Right-Wing Supreme Court That Wasn't - New York Times

June 28, 2016 - 1:36pm

New York Times

Politics|The Right-Wing Supreme Court That Wasn't
New York Times
Since then, the court has been accepting cases in uncontroversial areas, notably intellectual property. “I don't think it wants to take on more cases in which it's going to be closely divided and that could end up 4-4,” Mr. Pincus said, “unless there ...

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SpectraScience Announces Licensing of Key Technology From Duke University - EIN News (press release)

June 28, 2016 - 9:47am

SpectraScience Announces Licensing of Key Technology From Duke University
EIN News (press release)
"We continue to look for opportunities to improve the breadth and the depth of our Intellectual Property portfolio," said Michael Oliver, President and Chief Executive Officer of SpectraScience, Inc. "The patent we have added to our license with Duke ...

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First-quarter US GDP raised to 1.1% - MarketWatch

June 28, 2016 - 8:48am

First-quarter US GDP raised to 1.1%
MarketWatch
In the first quarter, the government now says exports rose 2% instead of falling 0.3%. Business investment excluding the housing sector fell a smaller 1.8% compared to a previously reported 2.6% decline. The big change: spending on intellectual ...

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Hindutva Lands On Foreign Shores – A View From The Gallery - Boom Live

June 28, 2016 - 8:38am

Boom Live

Hindutva Lands On Foreign Shores – A View From The Gallery
Boom Live
These feuds ultimately led to Gandhi's assassination in 1948 by Nathuram Godse, a member of the RSS (although the RSS now strenuously denies his membership.) The RSS has been banned three times in India since 1947 for anti-national activities. [3].

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Ceva's Improved Deep Learning Software Framework Now Supports TensorFlow For Embedded Systems - Tom's Hardware

June 27, 2016 - 12:17pm

Tom's Hardware

Ceva's Improved Deep Learning Software Framework Now Supports TensorFlow For Embedded Systems
Tom's Hardware
Ceva's supported frameworks and neural networksCeva, a licensor of signal processing intellectual property (IP) for connected devices, announced its second-generation deep neural network software framework. The new CDNN2 (Ceva Deep Neural ...

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DuPont and Monsanto Reach Technology Licensing Agreement for Intacta RR2 PRO Technology in Brazil - Business Wire (press release)

June 27, 2016 - 11:00am

DuPont and Monsanto Reach Technology Licensing Agreement for Intacta RR2 PRO Technology in Brazil
Business Wire (press release)
Follow our business on Twitter® at twitter.com/MonsantoCo, on the company blog, Beyond the Rows® at monsantoblog.com or subscribe to our News Release RSS Feed. ... Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include, among others ...

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Government likely to appoint an economist to succeed Raghuram Rajan as RBI Governor - Times of India

June 26, 2016 - 11:55pm

Times of India

Government likely to appoint an economist to succeed Raghuram Rajan as RBI Governor
Times of India
The government had some differences with Rajan over the pace of monetary easing, but what possibly went against him, according to the official cited above, were his comments on non-economic issues as a public intellectual. Stay updated on the go with ...

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The African migrants giving up on the Chinese dream - CNN

June 26, 2016 - 8:57pm

CNN

The African migrants giving up on the Chinese dream
CNN
Furthermore, under mounting international pressure, the Chinese authorities have vowed to protect the intellectual property rights of global brands, imposing tougher penalties on trademark infringement. Dieng pulls up an SMS on his phone: "Adidas. Nike.

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RPT-Law firms see short-term opportunity, long-term peril in Brexit - Reuters

June 26, 2016 - 7:03am

RPT-Law firms see short-term opportunity, long-term peril in Brexit
Reuters
"We're in a black hole," he said, noting the U.K. had adopted EU law in a host of areas, including public health, transport, competition, intellectual property and human rights. With Brexit, those laws will become "blank sheets of paper," and ...

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Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy - Economic Times

June 26, 2016 - 12:20am

Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy
Economic Times
Swamy has also demanded that chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian should be sacked because years ago he had backed Washington against India in a row over intellectual property rights. Do you agree with Swamy that Arvind Subramanian should ...

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Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy - Economic Times

June 26, 2016 - 12:20am

Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy
Economic Times
Swamy has also demanded that chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian should be sacked because years ago he had backed Washington against India in a row over intellectual property rights. Do you agree with Swamy that Arvind Subramanian should ...

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Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy - Economic Times

June 25, 2016 - 9:19pm

Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: S Gurumurthy
Economic Times
Swamy has also demanded that chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian should be sacked because years ago he had backed Washington against India in a row over intellectual property rights. Do you agree with Swamy that Arvind Subramanian should ...

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Nintendo of America's President Talks VR, Mobile, Zelda, and More - Motherboard

June 25, 2016 - 11:09am

Nintendo of America's President Talks VR, Mobile, Zelda, and More
Motherboard
Our business strategy is to make our consumers smile utilizing our intellectual property. That's fundamentally something we want to do. We want to do it in four ways. Dedicated game systems, mobile, license merchandise [at this point Fils-Aimé pointed ...

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Oculus claims exclusive games are good for the VR industry - Engadget

June 24, 2016 - 8:29am

Engadget

Oculus claims exclusive games are good for the VR industry
Engadget
"In no case are we asking to have control of the intellectual property in the long-term," Rubin added. Exclusive games like Crytek's The Climb, might only come to Oculus, but Crytek still owns that title, and its sequel, and any other games it makes ...

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Hack analysis suggests Chinese cyberespionage targets chosen based on more than just trading profile - CSO Australia

June 23, 2016 - 10:16pm

CSO Australia

Hack analysis suggests Chinese cyberespionage targets chosen based on more than just trading profile
CSO Australia
Of these, Australia ranked as the ninth most-attacked country – confirming it is seen as an important target by Chinese intellectual-property thieves but still less so than would seem to be suggested by Australia's position as China's fifth-largest ...

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Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach - Computerworld New Zealand

June 23, 2016 - 4:46pm

Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach
Computerworld New Zealand
Their targets have included NATO and Eastern European governments, with a focus on stealing political and military data, as opposed to intellectual property -- more typically a target of Chinese hackers. Targeting the DNC could obviously align with ...

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Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach - Techworld Australia

June 23, 2016 - 4:35pm

Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach
Techworld Australia
Their targets have included NATO and Eastern European governments, with a focus on stealing political and military data, as opposed to intellectual property -- more typically a target of Chinese hackers. Targeting the DNC could obviously align with ...

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Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach - CSO Australia

June 23, 2016 - 4:31pm

CSO Australia

Why Russian hackers, not a lone wolf, were likely behind the US Democrat breach
CSO Australia
Their targets have included NATO and Eastern European governments, with a focus on stealing political and military data, as opposed to intellectual property -- more typically a target of Chinese hackers. Targeting the DNC could obviously align with ...

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