Renowned video game publisher 505 Games has purchased the IP for the 2020 title Ghostrunner. Previously, the aforementioned intellectual property rights belonged to Polish publisher All In! Games.
Amazon has rolled out its anti-counterfeit tool, Project Zero, to several more countries. Brands can use Amazon Project Zero to enforce their intellectual property on the Amazon platform.
Apple is bolstering its efforts to develop more efficient chips by licensing Dialog Semiconductor's power management integrated circuits and acquiring its certain assets in a new deal.
Google and Getty Images have signed an agreement to address copyright infringement issues involving Google Images; removing the 'View image' button that displays high-resolution photos.
Facebook has acquired Source3 in a bid to tackle piracy on its website. The acquisition shows that Facebook has still to resolve its piracy issues. Not many other details about the purchase are known.
After a jury found Google's unlicensed usage of Java APIs in Android was covered by 'fair use' provisions last year, Oracle has filed a fresh appeal, calling Google's "copying... classic unfair use".
Microsoft has developed the Azure Intellectual Property Advantage program to help its cloud customers to deal with increasing patent lawsuits for the use of cloud-based technologies.
After New Zealand made the controversial decision to (almost) kill off software patents on Wednesday, experts have expressed doubt at the bill's validity; they question how best it can be enforced.
Sony and Red Digital Cinema are lawyering up over allegations of patent infringement, with two patents in particular coming under scrutiny, amid calls for the infringing products to be destroyed.
Location networking service FourSquare has been hit with lawsuits for infringing on two obscure U.S. Patents relating how GPS is used to share information.
Nokia has fired back at Google following Google's filing with the European Commission yesterday. Google's filing alleged Nokia colluded with Microsoft to extract money from Google and its partners.
If you love the anti-piracy warnings that come up before you can watch a movie or TV series that you've just paid for, you're in luck: two new unskippable notices are being rolled out right now!
Each year the US publishes a report called Special 301. The report is an annual review of the global state of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and enforcement. "This Report reflects the Administration’s resolve to encourage...