The below is a press release from our client, Cube Cities. We're happy to have had a long, succesful relationship and look forward to future innovations from this team.
Our pursuit of finding the best inventions of the 21st century continues! This week we round up another seven inventions that have sparked our interest.
Our client, George Haddad, aimed to solve a common problem: ordering clothes online only to find they don’t fit right. “That’s why there are sizing charts!” Some may say. But a size 8 is not always the same across brands; you’ve probably learned that the hard way. Plus who knows what 26 inches relates to for their torso height? Well, now you will.
The list below is a round up of our latest tech discoveries and why you need them in your life now.
Innovation in the 21st century isn't about creating something completely new, it's about enhancing our lives by solving every day problems with new technology. This series aims to provide the latest aims to encourage innovation and celebrate the latest inventions that are working to change the way we live in the world.
We're betting you've heard of our second great inventor to know, as he's made quite a name for himself as an innovator in the tech and aerospace fields.
MU Patents begins a new series in which we highlight our greatest inventors of all time. We will provide information on the inventors, their inventions that made them great and even a breakdown of how the inventions function, or what makes the invention novel.
You're developing a mobile application, how do you protect it? Well that depends on the most important aspects of your invention and the stage of development you're in. We recommend one of two actions, depending on the stage: copyright your app or patent your app idea.
How do patents promote innovation in the US? There is plenty of speculation out there on whether innovation is helped or hindered by the united states patent system. We'll let the numbers speak for themselves:
We’re attempting to change the laws of patent filing between the US and Cananda and our team at MU Patents wants you to be a part of the movement!
The purpose of a copyright is to protect two main aspects of an app: