With the creation of more ways to bring together law and technology comes a combination of questions regarding both regulations and ethics.
Late CEO of Apple Steve Jobs has been in the news lately for the large number of posthumous patents that have been won. A total of 141 patents have been awarded to Steve to be specific. The brilliant mind of Jobs are still being realized since his death in 2011.
An Italian eyewear luxury brand, Luxottica, announced their future partnership with Intel to create fashionable smart eyewear. Luxottica own many well known brands such like Ray-Ban, Oakley and Persol; the company also collaborates with Chanel, Prada, Giorgio Armani, Miu Miu, Tory Burch, and Stella McCartney. Intel and Luxottica plan to develop smart technology for eyewear designed and perceived to be worn in the future.
Amazon is buying an online comedy Service Rooftop Media. At first this does not appear as an important transaction; however, Amazon’s goal is aimed toward a broader ambition of becoming a media and entertainment powerhouse. Amazon has concluded the deal through Audible an audiobooks service company that the firm bought for $300 Million in 2008.
The billion dollars app boom is far from being over! A recent study carried out by GIGAOM for the European Commission (https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/sizing-eu-app-economy) shows how apps are going to substantially contribute to the future global economy and how app developers are going to take the global lead. It is important, for app developers, to know how to obtain protection for their ideas at first, and in the end for their developed apps.
After the much hyped keynote speech last week, Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, introduced the Apple Watch. Companies like Google and FitBit have been trying to promote wearable technology by working together with fashion designers to create wearable technology that is fashionably appealing rather than appearing like a gadget. However, companies have struggled to get consumers to jump on the bandwagon. Will Apple be able to overcome this gap between of wearable technology and fashion?
App developers in the health industry are asking for more information and guidance from Congress and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about HIPAA and how it affects the apps they are creating.
Originally posted 2016-10-07 13:09:08. By: Marvin Hooker | Editor: Kristen Daly | www.amdlawgroup.com Let’s face it: with market capitalization of over $2 trillion, virtual reality (VR) has become a major player in today’s technological world. Such technology exists all around us whether we acknowledge it or not. Virtual reality has evolved into something that offers […]
With entrepreneurship on the rise, domain name selling represents an emerging market with a great potential for profit.
By Diana Chan | amdlawgroup.com
Technology has become key to fashion from creating the designs to marketing the product. But what about wearable technology as part of high-end fashion lines?
Unlike retail shopping, prices for domain names are not easily known. However, Andrew Rosener offers his method to assessing the value of generic domain names.
A lawsuit was filed in the New York Supreme Court by the founder of Spotted Friend, a company that offers a search engine tool in which people may find and purchase items found in pictures their friends have posted or shared with them. Spotted Friend has brought the action against Lindsay Lohan, her younger brother Michael Lohan, Jr., and Vigme, Inc (Vigme)