3D printing is a hot topic for economists, doctors, lawyers and beyond. The technology continues to expand, but can IP structures keep up with this disruptive tech?
Video games are increasingly being cracked by pirates on or even before their release day. With copy protection failing, is it game over for developers?
We take a look at the startups launching apps focused on identifying and finding counterfeit products, aiming to benefit consumers and brands alike.
Blockchain is a public ledger that enables cryptocurrencies, but startups are gradually discovering its other uses, like fighting piracy and counterfeits.
The pirate app industry is a $20 billion problem, putting users at risk of malware and siphoning revenue from developers and brands. Here’s how to end it:
Find out how graphene and quantum technology are protecting brands, envisioning a possible future entirely free of fakes.
These 5 smartphone gadgets, including a dog selfie case(!) are genius and surely essential to your needs. What do they show us about the tech industry?
We look at how sites like Facebook are working to stop piracy by devaluing privacy, and the ethics and success of such strategies in the digital era.
Red Points looks at era-defining inventions that represent the technological age by working to illustrate the changing demands of customers.
As startups fight over the virtual gap in the market for legal tech, many technologies are now available that save time on and even automatise legal tasks. Red Points examines 5 innovative technologies that may prove valuable to lawyers.