By Peter V. DeMarcoPublished October 08, 2018 07:17:50Google is trying to get its own patents right.
It’s doing this with a new strategy that seeks to create a more efficient and secure intellectual property system for its various business activities.
The strategy, dubbed the ‘P2P-centric approach’, is aimed at creating an “opportunity to protect innovation while making money”.
It’s a strategy that Google says it’s used to solve some of the biggest problems of the digital age.
And it’s working.
As Google gears up for its next big push, it’s launching its patent licensing strategy, called P2P.
The goal is to make patents easier to access and easier to monetize.
Google is aiming to create “a more efficient, more secure, and more effective platform to protect intellectual property” for Google and its other business interests, said Google VP of Business Development David T. Murphy in a blog post.
To that end, Google has launched the ‘New Patent Strategy’ with the aim of helping Google and other companies to better manage and monetize the “intellectual property of the future”.
The new strategy, according to Google, will help companies to “provide more value to their customers through better pricing, better access, and better quality for intellectual property.”
Google’s P2G strategy is a part of a larger push Google is trying for to take control of the world’s intellectual assets.
It’s a huge change for Google, which was founded in 2004 and still only has around 25% of the global market for intellectual assets, according a recent report by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
But this is all in the new era, when the company’s global revenue is growing faster than the world economy, and when its market value is growing more quickly than that of any other tech giant.
This is the new age of ‘P&P’, and it’s happening in every industry.
It is happening in the financial industry, in the healthcare industry, and it is happening everywhere in the world, including Silicon Valley, said Andrew Miller, an intellectual property attorney who practices in Silicon Valley.
It started with Google.
In 2015, Google was the first company to get a patent on its self-driving cars.
It sued Apple in the US and Europe in an attempt to get that patent, and eventually won.
That patent was eventually used in the development of the first iPhone.
The first major case in the patent wars between Google and Apple happened in 2014, when Google won a patent lawsuit against Apple for making a smart watch that uses Google’s Android Wear operating system.
This led to the case known as the Apple v.
Google patent dispute, in which Google accused Apple of infringing on the Android Wear patent and of copying its software.
Google also won the case against Samsung in 2017, when it accused the Korean company of copying Google’s mobile OS in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone, which launched in 2017.
That case was later thrown out by a US appeals court.
This was the beginning of the end for Google.
It lost that case.
It also lost the case it was hoping to bring against Samsung and Apple in 2021.
But in 2020, Google took another major step in its intellectual property battles with Samsung and Samsung was forced to pay $1.35 billion in damages to Google in a lawsuit that was later dismissed by a federal appeals court in the District of Columbia.
That settlement in 2018 allowed Google to begin licensing the technology behind its Android smartphones.
But then in 2017 and 2018, Google got into a major dispute with Samsung.
That’s when Google sued Samsung for copying Android’s software in the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone.
In 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled that Google had infringed on Samsung’s Android patent, ruling that Samsung’s mobile operating system infringed the patent.
This has been a huge blow for Google as it seeks to monetise its patents.
In addition to being the first major patent lawsuit it’s faced, it has also brought more lawsuits in its own courts.
The case between Google, Samsung and the US is the largest patent case in US history, and is now being appealed by Google in the California courts.
That decision is expected to be announced soon.
The patent battle between Google (GOOG) and Samsung has had a long history, dating back decades.
The tech giant had sued Samsung in 2015 over a patent called ‘Smoother Touch’ that Samsung had licensed to Google.
The two companies argued that Samsung infringed their patents by using the same ‘Slimer Touch’ technology in its mobile phones, but that Google didn’t have a ‘SMoother Touch” patent to back up its claims.
That’s when a US judge in the Northern District of California ruled that the patent “must be invalidated”.
In doing so, the court ruled that it was unfair for Samsung to use Google’s patent because it didn’t “imply” that Samsung was infringing on Google’s patents.
The ruling was later overturned by