Network Solutions, LLC is an American technology company founded in 1979. The domain name registration business has become the most important division of the company.
Not publicly disclosed in any form, anywhere in the world.
It refers to an information system and company that collects point of sale data for the book industry.
It refers to an information system and company that collects point of sale data for the music recording industry. SoundScan, Inc. was founded by Mike Fine and Mike Shalett.
It refers to an information system and company that collects point of sale data for the VHS and DVD industries.
It refers to fictional name used by an author in place of their real name. The literal translation from French is "name of pen" or "pen name."
The person(s) or body corporate that owns the invention
A patent application which may result in the issuance of a patent; this differs from a provisional patent application which establishes an invention date, but is not eligible as the basis for patent issuance; a non-provisional patent application is the only application which can result in the issuance of a patent.
A formal sign or notification attached to physical objects that embody or reproduce an intellectual property right.
To be patentable an invention must be “new”. It is one of the three conditions that an invention must meet in order to be patentable. Novelty is present if every element of the claimed invention is not disclosed in a single piece of prior art.