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We provide customized solutions relating to patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyrights and trade secrets.

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INTEGRATED

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SERVICES

We provide customized solutions relating to patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyrights and trade secrets.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: TODAY'S ASSETS, TOMORROW'S VALUES

PINTAS is a company specializing in the creation, protection and globalization of intellectual property rights in Asean countries and beyond. PINTAS stands for Protection of Intellectual Assets.
Our company's single-minded mission is to help you realize the value of your intellectual assets in the most effective and efficient ways.

   

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MyCRS Young Scientist Seminar

The theme of the seminar is “Commercializing Ideas from Academia: past lessons and current challenges”. Along the theme, the talk will also include protection and management of intellectual property to address the challenges of translating ideas from bench to market.

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28th November, 2019

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MSU Seminar:

Date: 29th November 2019 (Friday)
Time: 9:30 to 12:30/1pm
Venue: Seminar Room Level 16, Management Tower, Management and Science University
Title: Intellectual Property Right (IPR) Protection and Management

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29th November, 2019
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A new Apple patent published by the US Patent and Tradamark office might give us a glimpse at how the company intends to make it easier to deal with unstable devices. Titled "Dynamic Image Stabilization Using Motion Sensors," the patent would be useful for the elderly as well as anyone who moves around while looking at their iPhone.

One such situation could be following a map or checking off a shopping list. As Apple Insider notes, Apple proposes to have motion sensors keep track of where an iPhone is moving and then adjust the on-screen image to compensate.



In the proposal, the mobile device uses dynamic image stabilization circuity to compensate for sudden movements, to keep the content aligned with the user's gaze. Motion sensors are used to detect the level of displacement of the device during such shakes or jolts.

The system then uses these movements to work out how far the device has moved and in which direction, and shifts the on-screen content with the intention of keeping it roughly where the user was looking before the movement took place. Subsequent movements would force similar calculations, and similar shifts.

Once stability is retained the system would reset, with the image returning to its natural resting state. Another suggestion is that the image could be given an margin around the outside, allowing the it to move in any direction and still have room to spare. This would work similarly to how software video recording stabilization works, with overscan allowing the video to remain steady once cropped.

Apple applies for tons of patents every year and few of them find their way into shipping products. This patent could apply to iPhones, iPads, and even Macs but use in a phone would make most sense. If it's ever used at all.

Source: https://www.imore.com/apples-latest-patent-should-help-keep-iphones-steady

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Atlanta-based company Social Technologies LLC today filed a lawsuit against Apple that accuses the iPhone maker of falsely indicating that it holds the federal registration for the trademark Memoji in the United States.

Apple has included MEMOJI® in its U.S. trademark list on its website since June 2019, with the ® symbol signifying a federally registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, despite the federal registration for the trademark belonging to Social Technologies LLC and not Apple.

Of note, Apple has successfully registered the Memoji trademark in some countries outside the United States, and several foreign countries also use ® to indicate that a mark is registered in that country, but fine print on Apple's website says its list is for trademarks and service marks in the United States.



Memoji is the name of Apple's personalized emoji feature for iPhone and iPad, introduced as part of iOS 12 at WWDC 2018. Apple has applied for two trademarks for the feature with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, but both are currently suspended due to ongoing litigation with Social Technologies LLC.

Social Technologies LLC offers an Android app named Memoji on the Google Play store, which it describes as "the world's best messaging app that will capture the facial expression of the end user with full-motion capabilities, and transpose the image into a custom, personalized emoji of the users actual face."

Social Technologies LLC already sued Apple for trademark infringement in September 2018, and alleges that Apple even unsuccessfully tried to purchase the rights to its then intent-to-use application in April 2016, yet Apple proceeded to add MEMOJI® to its trademark list in June 2019.

An excerpt from the complaint filed with a U.S. federal court in New York:

Social Tech visited Apple's Trademark List1 on June 17, 2019, a day before the deposition of Mr. Thomas La Perle, Apple's Senior Director of Copyright and Trademark in connection with Plaintiff's trademark infringement action against Apple in the Northern District of California. As of that date—June 17, 2019—MEMOJI was not listed on Apple's Trademark List.

However, immediately following Mr. La Perle's deposition, the Trademark List was updated to include the falsely designated MEMOJI® mark. On information and belief, Mr. La Perle orchestrated a scheme to undermine Social Tech's registered trademark rights and mislead the public by causing Apple to add the falsely designated mark to Apple’s Trademark List.


Social Technologies LLC is seeking an injunction to prohibit Apple from using the ® symbol in connection with Memoji, as well as an award of monetary damages and legal fees. The small company also wants a declaration that it owns the only federally registered Memoji trademark.

Update - Oct 1: Apple has replaced MEMOJI® with Memoji™ in its trademark list.

source:https://www.macrumors.com/2019/09/30/apple-memoji-registered-trademark-lawsuit/?hss_channel=tw-260854254

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剃须是一种生活习惯、态度以及尊重形象的行为。根据估计,男性一生中至少会剃须10000次,每一次剃须都会来回170次,所以剃须刀是男性日常生活中的必备品。在使用过程中剃须刀直接与人体有皮肤亲密接触,卫生与安全均是重要考量。

1901年,第一个“安全剃须刀”申请专利后,吉列 (Gillette)一直都是剃须刀领头。吉列创办至今已有100多年历史,它投入百万美元在产品研发以及行销上,并占领110亿美元的男性剃须刀多数市场份额。吉列在市场上的领头地位以及丰润的利润吸引宝洁公司(Procter & Gamble)在2005年以570亿美元收购。

这百年,吉列不间断研发新产品并运用专利保护,让其保持剃须刀市场的主导位子。就以吉列的锋隐(Fusion)剃须刀为例,它有超过30项的专利保护,当中包括刀片几何形状与制造、刀片涂层、刀片架、枢轴机制、刀片架组件连接和剃刀片架的分配器等等。

图(一)吉列锋隐剃须刀的专利保护

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图(二)吉列锋隐剃须刀的专利细节

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从图一与图二可见,吉列锋隐剃须刀的几个特点都各别由几项专利来保护。即使剃须刀只是一个很小的产品,但是以吉列远见的策略,它不放过任何可以保护的部分,实行其专利包围策略,保障其品牌未来。

吉列拥有全球80%的剃须刀与刀片的市场占有额,并享受着80%的利润。吉列成功的两个主要原因是其商业模式与专利包围策略。吉列以送剃须刀的方式让消费者在刀片上消费,并赚取利润。如此精明的商业模式当然需要专利的包围策略才能确保万无一失,把竞争对手排除在外。

所以,产品或技术还没有发布前都必须以专利保护,借此才能避免遭到诉讼或是在侵权诉讼中得到胜利优势。 专利是商家与发明人对其发明及创新的主要保障。通过专利权所提供的合法障碍,商家门可投入资金创新技术产品。有了专利权所赋予的合法排他权,商家们在其发明创新受到非法抄袭之际,针对防冒者或终端客户享有更大的市场谈判筹码,进而保卫公司对发明创新的投资,企业的盈利以及市场占有额。 下期,将会进一步探讨如何通过知识产权保护其市场以及其商标策略。



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