World Patent Marketing Prepares For The Launch Of Microsoft Windows 10 And Hololens Headset

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World Patent Marketing encourages its inventor pool to submit virtual and augmented reality ideas and inventions.

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"The Hololens Headset can do for Microsoft what the Mouse did for Apple," said Scott Cooper, Creative Director and Principal of World Patent Marketing.

World Patent Marketing, the world's leading patent, idea protection and inventor services company, is closely watching Microsoft's Windows 10 Product Release. The move is intended to encourage people running Windows to upgrade quickly. If you own a PC running a properly licensed copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you qualify for a free upgrade to Windows 10 after it's officially released.

"This could renew some of the luster Microsoft has lost in the last decade, when it reacted late to critical new technology trends like mobile devices, cloud computing and Internet search," said Scott Cooper, Creative Director and one of the principal investors of World Patent Marketing. "This new technology could change the way consumers interact with their computers and other forms of technology. The Hololens Headset can do for Microsoft what the Mouse did for Apple."

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates in an interview Wednesday called the new approach to Windows “exciting,” adding: “Windows is core, so the breakthrough things they’ve done there.I’m excited to see the reaction.”

With the device, HoloLens, Microsoft is entering an increasingly crowded area, with giant competitors, in the world of virtual and augmented reality. Time can only tell if Microsoft can outmaneuver those companies, like Facebook and Google.

Meanwhile, big tech firms like Apple, Google and Facebook Inc. are racing against each other to place satellites in space, perfecting digital wallets and bring virtual reality to the world.

ABOUT MICROSOFT

Microsoft is the world's #1 software company develops and sells a variety of products used by consumers and businesses. Its core products are the ubiquitous Windows PC operating system and the Office business productivity application suite that are sold in part through PC makers such as Acer, Lenovo, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and Toshiba, who pre-install the software on devices. Microsoft also sells directly online and through resellers. Other products include enterprise applications (Microsoft Dynamics), server and storage software, and video game consoles (Xbox). It also makes mobile phone software. Microsoft has acquired Nokia's handset business.

About World Patent Marketing

World Patent Marketing is the world's fastest growing Patent and Inventor Services Company. World Patent Marketing specializes in offering high-quality and affordable patent services to inventors. The company and its employees are well known in the industry for knowledge and expertise in patent research, patent filings, patent searches, invention studies, utility patents, design patents, PCTs, European Union Patents, manufacturing, licensing and more. World Patent Marketing employs and contracts with over 350 people across four continents.

World Patent Marketing Achievements

World Patent Marketing is the only patent assistance company in history to be awarded a five star review rating from Consumer Affairs, Google, Trustpilot, Shopper Approved, Customer Lobby and ResellerRatings.com. World Patent Marketing has received accredited status and is an A Rated Member of the Better Business Bureau. World Patent Marketing is also a proud member of Dun and Bradstreet, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Manufacturing Excellence, the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association (LIMA) and the South Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.

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The appointment of Matthew G. Whitaker, former Iowa US Attorney and Republican candidate for United States Senate, to the company's advisory board. Whitaker was appointed June 15, 2004 by President George W. Bush. Whitaker resigned in November 2009 following the appointment and confirmation of Nicholas A. Klinefledt, who was appointed by President Barack Obama.

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