Member #40169

Member Since: May 23, 2008

Country: United States

  • A broader view of the story would include that Honeywell sued Nest very early on for infringing Honeywell’s patents, that the press release issued September 13th by Nest mentions that the sale to Intellectual Ventures is non-exclusive, gains Nest access to patents it may need to use, and access to a defensive patent portfolio. I disagree with the inherent assumption than any and all use of patents (licensing, cross-licensing, and defensive, for example) is “evil” and anti innovation.

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