July, 2014

There’s No Denying. Bose Proves He’s Lion of the Jungle

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the third of our five-part series that looks into the music industry and its active patenting scenario, we dedicate this blog to the giant Amar G. Bose – the founder of Bose Corporation. Every person who understands music will know of Bose’s contribution towards creating the most beautifully captured, noise-free speakers and audio systems. From rich sound emanating from […]

Skullcandy Has All the Reason to Sport

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the second of our five-part series on the music industry, we take a sneak peek into Skullcandy, the company that Fortune magazine called “the world’s coolest ear bud” back in 2008. In 2011, the company went ahead and purchased fellow headphone maker, Astro Studios, to give a fillip to its gaming headsets. Skullcandy holds the patent for LINK technology, […]

A Medical Invention Turns Into Popular Alternative to Kick the Butt

Reading Time: 5 minutes It all started with a medical intention, but grew into a popular device for those treading the path of quitting smoking. Yes, I am pointing to the ecigarette. With smokers increasingly looking towards the popular nicotine-free and environmentally friendlier ecigars, it is interesting to note that the first patent for this device was filed with a medical intention to help […]

Apple Grooves to its Own Beats Now

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the first of a five-part series that assesses the music industry through a looking glass, our bloggers analyze Beats’ market in the wake of its acquisition by Apple. With Beats’ software compatible on Android and Windows phones, what will be the possible ways that Apple will strategize to make the most of this new acquisition? May 2014 witnessed one […]