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May 27, 2019
Time India Lay’s eyes on Pepsi potato caseDon’t allow MNCs like Pepsi to control the supply chain; buy produce back from farmers
Mar 19, 2019
Nokia patent reveals 3 new smartphones with Nokia 9 Pureview-like 5 camera setupTo recap, Nokia 9 PureView's camera setup includes five 12 MP sensors, of which two are RGB sensors.
Oct 31, 2018
LG patent shows three rear cameras with a flash in a square-shaped setup: ReportLG seems to have stuck with old-school ideas in the patent rather than jumping on the bandwagon.
Aug 19, 2018
Sex-toy innovators can now sleep peacefully as teledildonics patent finally climaxesThe patent was then transferred to Hassex Inc and then to Tzu Technologies in 2015.
Jul 16, 2018
Samsung's recent trademark points to devices with mysterious 'Samsung Speckle'The trademark filing doesn't reveal much information about where and on what device this technology will be used.
Jun 14, 2018
Facebook patents eye-tracking technology, but has denied using it at the momentFacebook says that currently it has no plans of implementing the technology, but when it does it will keep user privacy in mind.
May 25, 2018
Apple is working on a feature to allow Siri to send a smart response to callers whose calls you've declinedAccording to the patent published by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the tech giant is reportedly working to make its digital assistant Siri to help provide the caller with a reason on why the call was rejected through a text message.
Mar 11, 2018
Apple patent reveals it is working on a keyboard that resists dust and other types of spillageAs per the patent itself, we learn that it was filed back on 8 September 2016 which happens to be a day after Apple launched the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
Feb 19, 2018
New Samsung patent reveals a hinge design that could be used to build a folding smartphone with a flexible displaySamsung could be working on a new foldable device that employs the new hinge design along a the touch-enabled flexible display.
Jan 21, 2018
Indian start-up resists Boston firm's bid to trademark 'digital vaccines'The world’s digital vaccine market, conservatively valued at ~$10 billion, is bracing for a classic David versus Goliath battle at the US Patent and Trademark Office. An Indian start up is resisting a bid by a Boston based biotech firm which has filed for the 'digital vaccines' trademark and many leading researchers from America's most reputed institutions are backing the Indian start up's case to keep 'digital vaccines' in the scientific realm.