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Jul 28, 2008


Evan Yares

I doubt that you'll find patents labeled "sychronous technology".

The underlying change in attitude at the USPTO about software patents is a good thing, in my mind. Software patents have proven to be more of a cudgel than an incentive to innovation.

Norm C.

I've recently seen a short web demo of Catia V6, and it looks like they have something similar to SyncTech...


FYI... you can file applications and not know they are pending until they publish; some 18 months later. Also, you can request non-publication of patent applications.

Be patient sir.

BTW, they are filed and pending.

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