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US6778074 was filed by Cuozzo Speed Technologies back in 2002, and claims a car speedometer which can change colour of its markings depending on the local speed limit, as determined by GPS.

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Apple has agreed to pay out $24.9 million to the Dynamic Advances, licensee of US7177798, Natural language interface using constrained intermediate dictionary of results. They allege that Apple infringes with its Siri voice command tool. 

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Type 2 diabetes (too much sugar in the blood) is a disease that is thought to affect 360 million people worldwide, and can shorten life expectancy by 10 years. For this reason the concept of a drug that may help reduce Type 2 diabetes by increasing the amount of sugar removed from the body with urine has great promise. Early results suggest this drug could reduce mortality, blood sugar, blood pressure and even help with weight loss. 

This drug is “Jardiance” (technical name of empagliflozin) and known to be a “SGLT2 inhibitor”. This is the third known such inhibitor, along with “Invokana” (canagliflozin) and "Forxiga" (dapagliflozin). 

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"Biodesign - The process of Innovating Medical Technologies" is recognised as a seminal work in the world of medical technologies, and is written by the staff af the Stanford Biodesign team.   

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There is no such thing as a perfect search query, no matter how you do this. For example keyword or class code searches may be limited by incomplete assumptions on the right keywords or class code. For this reason we developed Cluster Searching; to use the collective intelligence of 150 million patent citations to help you find the most important or similar patents, but even this is imperfect. 

For this reason we have long advised using Cluster Searching in an iterative process. To help this, we have recently developed the ability to hide patents you do not want to see from the results, for example patents you have seen before.

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