What Barbie means in 2023 seems as unclear to the designers of the Barbie Malibu Cafe as to anyone else—but they do make a great garlic aioli.
Up to 75 percent of books published before 1964 may now be in the public domain, according to researchers at the New York Public Library.
The project formerly known as "Notkia" is being forced to find a new name.
Pharmaceutical patents are used to extend monopolies, leading to high drug prices, and reduced access. Will the psychedelic industry follow suit?
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and eight other senators want to let all countries locally manufacture the tools to fight COVID-19.
The debate around psychedelic patents reflects a deeper question about how to create a business model that puts values before profits.
The USPTO rejected two patents applications written by a "creativity engine" named DABUS. Now a lawsuit raises fundamental questions about what it means to be creative.
Huawei tried to save its image over a weeklong press junket.
The multinational company, which was demanding damages of over 10 million from four farmers in India, gave in to public pressure and offered to settle.
Why the copyright terms on a goldmine of works from 1923 are about to expire.
And yet somehow neither of those things is why it might be discontinued.