These organizations continue to pursue intellectual property as a way to maintain competitive advantage and avoid commoditization. We take a look at the patents filed to see how important cloud is in the race for IP.
Newly published patent applications by the tech giants envision autonomous vehicles that identify passengers and adjust to their preferences. One of the systems even detects when a passenger is feeling stressed.
The new patent shows Apple devices wirelessly charging when stacked on top of each other.
A new Google patent details a system that would use social networks to identify faces in images.
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While AWS maintains over 30% market share, competitors like Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform are closing the gap. In recent years, Microsoft has become increasingly aggressive in its pursuit of intellectual property related to cloud computing.
Google patented a technology to measure and track users' temperatures while they listen to pop songs or podcasts.
Xbox could implement a network-wide anti-cheating software that uses artificial intelligence to track the pace of players' progress in video games.
A newly published Facebook patent allows users to pay for goods through messaging bots on its app, highlighting the company's continued expansion into commerce.