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Patents News In Georgia - Google News


Across the Nation: High court sides with Samsung in patent dispute with Apple
Minnesota Lawyer
In addition to the nine executions in Georgia this year, habitual leader Texas executed seven inmates, and Alabama, Florida and Missouri have carried out one execution apiece, for a total of 19 executions this year. Alabama has one more scheduled ...
Samsung Plans All-Screen Design in New Galaxy S8 PhonesBloomberg
Samsung may permanently disable Galaxy Note 7 phones in the US as soon as next weekThe Verge
Verizon statement regarding Samsung Galaxy Note7 | About VerizonVerizon

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Homeless in Vancouver: Apple and Samsung race to patent flexible smartphones
Straight.com (blog)
Apple Inc. made news on November 22 when it was granted a U.S. patent for an iPhone design that uses a flexible OLED display and can fold in half like a man's wallet. Gosh golly, right? Actually Apple already has a few patents for folding touchscreen ...

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NanoLumens Awarded Multiple Patents on its Flexible LED Display Technology
Digital Signage Connection
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, December 7, 2016 ? NanoLumens (www.nanolumens.com), the industry-leading designer of indoor and outdoor LED visualization solutions in any size, shape, or curvature, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark ...



ShoFlo seeks declaration regarding accusations of patent infringement
Florida Record
ORLANDO ? An Orlando software developer alleges that it does not infringe a Wisconsin company's patents and seeks declaration from the court in the matter. ... It is represented by Lawrence H. Kunin of Morris, Manning & Martin LLP in Atlanta, Georgia.

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