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Mosaid says Google bought 18 patents for $11M

9/28/2011 09:30 PM EDT
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chanj0
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re: Mosaid says Google bought 18 patents for $11M
chanj0   9/28/2011 9:42:34 PM
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What are the 5 patents?

mcgrathdylan
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re: Mosaid says Google bought 18 patents for $11M
mcgrathdylan   9/28/2011 9:52:42 PM
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Check out the SEO by the Sea blog for a full rundown of the patents acquired: http://www.seobythesea.com/2011/09/google-acquires-mosaid-technologies-patents/

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re: Mosaid says Google bought 18 patents for $11M
wilber_xbox   9/30/2011 4:49:09 AM
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Its really a good strategy of buying patents rather than buying the whole company. I guess that the patent war is far from over. @Dylan, you could have included a brief description of the areas in which the patents could be applicable. This would complete the article for readers.

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re: Mosaid says Google bought 18 patents for $11M
krisi   10/3/2011 11:08:08 PM
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18 patents for $11M, roughly $600k per patent, is that typical these days? Kris

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