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A comparison of applicant, examiner, X and Y citations for a Nike patent has shown that: 

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AmberScope has been designed to make search for patents as easy and quick as possible, therefore saving our clients time and money.

In previous blogs we have explored:

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Patent searching can be a major cost for many patent attorneys or lawyers, examiners, as well as IP or R&D managers and their staff. We will be creating a series of blog posts that share pro tips on how you can find better patents fast in AmberScope. This is the first in this series.

 

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In this post we review a patent claiming the rotating screens used on the smartphones or tablets we almost all carry - and consider the most cost effective means of finding the key patent that invalidated this patent when it was asserted against Rackspace.

 

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AmberScope is an entirely new way of exploring the world of patent based on an interactive network of patents that are similar to a 'seed' patent. This seed patent could be a patent similar to a technology you are looking for, or a patent you are trying to invalidate, or a patent you are trying to license. 

A recent blog discussed 10 of the unique features of AmberScope. 

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Life360 founder Chris Hull has responded to an accusation of patent infringement in a way that many accused infringers might have been tempted to do so in the past, but probably advised against by their lawyer:

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Ambercite founder Doris Spielthenner and myself have just attended the PIUG Conference 2014 in Orange County, California, where we put on a workshop on patent searching and then exhibited for three days. AmberScope attracted a lot of interest from conference attendees, who in particular were complementary on our graphics and ability to find similar patents. Attendees also provided some great ideas for how we can further improve our product, and we greatly appreciate this.  

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Imagine, if you will, that you are a tourist visiting London. You do some homework, and are told that the London Underground is the best way of getting around. 

You have two sources of information, namely a list of subway stations (acknowledgements to Wikipedia); 

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Specialists who spend a lot of time searching patents, such as patent examiners and professional searchers, would recognize the immediate value of pre-existing search reports. In these cases, a professional such as another patent examiner has carefully reviewed the prior art and identified what the believe to be the most likely prior art. 

But what if there was a quick simple and productive means of expanding on these search reports? So that other searchers and examiners could be more positive of their validity assessments - or help invalidate the patent if this is their objective?

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A review of the world's patent literature has identified:  

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