if the display is not flexible there would not be "deep areas" when touched so a semi-intelligent person could deduce that flexibility is a requirement.
seemed to pop through 46 easily. Still lots of covering to happen. It must truly suck to be stuck with a short on this.
That's what JP says every quarter for the last decade or so.. At least he doesn't have to write a new little speech each time!
well duh! It's funny it was so significant because it seems so obvious.
People made a lot of money shorting the housing market, in fact shorting the Canadian housing market might not be a bad idea right now. Nothing wrong with shorts - they stop pricing getting silly, add a backstop to falling prices when they cover and are pretty good at killing scam companies. That being said, shorting oled is not recommended!
the requirement ... "Adequately described or enabled (for one of ordinary skill in the art to make and use the invention)
Claimed by the inventor in clear and definite terms "
would seem to be bad for the "Porkervision Patents"
Paerp motion machines cannot be patented - JP had to scratch that off the list for the next company direction.
from the uspto ....
What can be patented – utility patents are provided for a new, nonobvious and useful:
Article of manufacture
Composition of matter
Improvement of any of the above
Note: In addition to utility patents, encompassing one of the categories above, patent protection is available for (1) ornamental design of an article of manufacture or (2) asexually reproduced plant varieties by design and plant patents.
What cannot be patented:
Laws of nature
Literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works (these can be Copyright protected). Go to the Copyright Office .
Inventions which are:
Not useful (such as perpetual motion machines); or
Offensive to public morality
Invention must also be:
Adequately described or enabled (for one of ordinary skill in the art to make and use the invention)
Claimed by the inventor in clear and definite terms