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Now that the election is over , we can all put politics, gadeds, and anything that keeps us apart from each other aside and enjoy Thanksgiving Day with family and friends. Let us be filled with the hope that we all will have pleasant, and brighter days ahead of us.

Now that the election is over , we can all put politics, gadeds, and anything that keeps us apart from each other aside and enjoy Thanksgiving Day with family and friends. Let us be filled with the hope that we all will have pleasant, and brighter days ahead of us. 


 
China breaks patent application record
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According to an annual report by Wipo (World Intellectual Property Organization). It said the figure was “Extraordinary”. The country accounted for more than a millions submissions.
 
Many of the filings were for innovations in telecommunications, computers, semiconductors and medical technology.
 
While the country is urging the companies to increase and improve their ability leading to more innovation, that does not tell whether the country is more inventive than others. 
 
According to Wipo report, a total of 2.9 million patent applications were filed worldwide in 2015 with increase of 7.8% on the previous year. According to the source, they filed just 42,154 applications outside their borders- Huawei and ZTE, two smartphone and telecoms equipment-makers, led the way.
 
US- based inventors attempted more than five times that figure. And other countries such as Japan, Germany, and France also outnumbered the Asian giant.
Patent’s laws vary from one country to others “I think” that is why there is deference on the numbers of patent applications. In some countries improvement on an exiting product will be called new patent but on the other hand other countries may not count that as a new patent.
                       
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