Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Evolving Global IP System Drives Participation in LOT Network 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Alibaba, Ant Financial, Meituan Dianping, Square Enix, Tencent, Yamaha Among IP Leaders Involved in LOT Network PHOENIX (PRWEB) November 14, 2019 LOT Network, the leading international nonprofit community of companies protecting against costly litigation brought by patent assertion entities (PAEs, referred to by some as “patent trolls”), today announced that its membership continues to diversify with strong additions from international markets. Today, LOT Network has hundreds of member companies representing more than 35 countries, including China, which is currently one of the … [Read more...] about Evolving Global IP System Drives Participation in LOT Network
SEOUL - North Korea has launched another volley of insults at former vice president Joe Biden, calling him a "rabid dog" who is greedy for power and deserves to be beaten to death. The attack came two weeks after Biden issued a statement attacking President Donald Trump's North Korea policy and referring to that country's leader, Kim Jong Un, as a "murderous dictator." In response, North Korea laid on the animal metaphors thick and fast, calling Biden a crafty, rabid dog keen at getting at others' throats, and a profiteer. "A crow is never whiter for often washing," the Korean Central News Agency said in a commentary. "Anyone who dare slanders the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK, can never spare the DPRK's merciless punishment whoever and wherever," it said, referring to the country's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. "And he will be made to see even in a grave what horrible consequences will be brought about by his thoughtless utterances." It then … [Read more...] about North Korea calls Biden a ‘rabid dog’ who deserves to be beaten to death
Clockwise from top left: Joseph Rios, Yosero Kim, Chris Biener, Danielle Cote, Javier Rios. Wednesday morning, U.S. Army Secretary Peter Geren (we hadn’t heard of him either) presided over a special ceremony at the Times Square Recruiting Station to mark the Army’s announcement that, even amid two wars, it has surpassed its recruitment goals for the past three years now (even if it’s had to admit more high-school dropouts and criminal and medical waivers to get there). Tim Murphy talked to a handful of new recruits headed for boot camp: four local boys and one Goth girl from Alabama in New York for the first time, all ages 17 to 23. Chris Biener, 21, Bohemia, Long Island: New York: So you leave for Army Reserves boot camp next Monday. What’ll you do until then?CB: Hang out with some friends.New York: What have you been doing up to now?CB: I went to Stonybrook University and played football there for the first semester, then I went to Suffolk … [Read more...] about Five-Person Poll: What’s on the Minds of New Army Recruits?