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As part of its three-part series on the future of human-computer interaction (HCI), Facebook Reality Labs recently published a blog post describing a wrist-based wearable device that uses electromyography (EMG) to translate electrical motor nerve signals that travel through the
Continue Reading The Future of Human-Computer Interaction: Electromyography Wrist Interfaces for Augmented Reality Applications

Since the U.S. patent law switched to the first-inventor-to-file system in 2013, provisional applications have become more popular as the initial step for emerging companies to protect their inventions.

Provisional applications can be a high value approach if used properly. 
Continue Reading Considerations for Protecting your Invention with Provisional Patent Applications

Earlier this month, in the precedential decision M & K Holdings v. Samsung Electronics Co., the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“the CAFC”) upheld the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“the Board”) in finding certain references qualified as
Continue Reading Mixed Result in M&K Holdings v. Samsung Electronics: Federal Circuit Finds Anticipation not Necessarily Inherent in Obviousness Theory