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Google filing for a context-driven digital assistant raises the question of privacy versus usefulness in consumer tech.
Barclays analysts fear that the company’s iPhone 15 and its upcoming sequel are not going to spark new revenue growth.
Amazon’s been working nonstop on AI initiatives and investments to fight for the spotlight in a competitive market.
What a year in patents from Apple, Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia and more taught us.
2023 saw AI live rent-free in all of our heads, plus in an unexpected twist Mark Zuckerberg became the adult in the room.
Apple continues to build its “war chest” of defensive patents as the Masimo battle pulls it’s two newest watch from shelves.
Sales of virtual-reality headsets, consumers’ conduit to the metaverse, plummeted 40% between November 2022 and November 2023.
Jeff Bezos’ space exploration company Blue Origin is finally ready to launch rockets again after a 15-month hiatus.
The company may have some stiff competition in the satellite internet market from SpaceX’s Starlink offering.
In a prime legal win for Amazon, the European Union’s top court ruled that it does not have to pay €250 million in alleged back taxes.
Microsoft’s latest patent may keep its data centers cool and its energy even cooler.
The European Union is preparing to levy a hefty fine against Apple and ban some of its App Store practices, according to Bloomberg.
Apple plans to incentivize artists to use Dolby Atmos spatial-sound technology in their recordings by giving them more platform weight.
The gaming industry is headed for a financial crunch, and Microsoft and others have adopted a winner-take-all strategy.
A day after Alphabet released Gemini, a new artificial intelligence platform, shares of the company jumped 5.3% on Thursday.
This data could help Meta understand your response to advertising, one expert told Patent Drop.
Apple will likely face a lot of competition if it decides to get on the road.
Microsoft’s patent for a computerized wellness check walks a fine line between privacy and convenience.
Meta on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission arguing its in-house trials are unconstitutional.
Google’s filing emphasizes the importance of continuity of services among cloud providers.