Mondays are busy. Case in point: Ericsson Gets Aggressive: The New Wireless Landscape | Patexia. Forgive me for altering my professional voice to say that something “kinda, well, sucked”, and for quoting a press release that used the word “synergies”.
In my third installment for Patexia, I give an overview of the “Patent Bubble” theory, chock-full full of glorious doom and gloom! And just for the record, I happen to LOVE The Register’s 1337 tech-gonzo tone.
July 2, 2011 10:58 AM EDT | by James Lee Phillips
Starting Monday, the tech world’s biggest names will be bidding for the ownership of 6,000 of the most valuable patents in the industry. Bankrupt Canadian tech giant Nortel is auctioning off their assets, including the portfolio of LTE, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, social media, semiconductor, and [...]
By James Lee Phillips | June 6, 2011 6:58 PM GMT
In the tech world, the big potential anti-trust debate may still be AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile. However, the U. S. Department of Justice is currently looking at Apple and Google as well.
Not that there is any possibility of a merger between the two [...]