Technology is becoming more and more integrated into our daily lives and undoubtedly companies are seeking related IP protection. It was recently reported
that Coupons.com has released its KitchMe app, which works in conjunction with Google Glass. Now, cooks can be sent shopping lists and recipes with step-by-step instructions by merely looking at available ingredients in their kitchens. Technology is certainly converging with our everyday lives.
Here’s another head spinner. Yesterday, it was reported that during a press conference
, David Marcus, President of PayPal, discussed the issues associated with trying to pay for things in space. As companies like Virgin and SpaceX are forging ahead to make space tourism a reality, companies are apparently thinking about how to pay for services rendered in space. Indeed, PayPal is allegedly developing “PayPal Galactic”
as a vehicle to buy things while in outer space. It will be interesting to see how it tries to implement and protect this technology as there are no IP addresses in space. These advancements are truly amazing.