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Is there a way to filter enormous Patent results?

You can either use keywords for filtering, or something better, use the patent classifications systems put in place by different patent offices. Based on the technical details of the invention, the ...
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A question regarding Google Patent sites trustworthiness

We all need to deal with it. I have not seen any substantial claim that Google or any others are wholesale stealing patentable ideas. Yours will not be the exception that stands out from the crowd as ...
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Alerts for PCT application?

If you are interested in getting emails about a PCT when there are any developments about the prosecution of the PCT itself or the European regional phase (if ever entered into, and the European ...
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Why advance google patent search not returning expected results?

I see a few problems with your string. A simple problem is your title search. It starts TI=(keyword1) . . . The closing of that parentheses signifies that your specification of the title is complete. ...
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Is there a way to filter enormous Patent results?

Google patents offers many ways to narrow a search. You might start with google patents advanced. It also has an "about" section. You can limit a search by country, status, just look in title, etc. ...
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What does "Worldwide applications US" means in Google Patents?

The section in a Google Patents page titled "Worldwide applications" is a list of applications filed associated with this patent or application. Patent applications are sometimes filed in ...
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If someone finds a patent by doing a search on Google Patents, can the searcher make hyperlinks for retrieving the same patent on a different site?

I am not a lawyer. However, I can't conceive any possibility that Google would object to a person linking to a non-Google site based on non copyrighted information gained at a Google site. Just ...
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Alerts for PCT application?

The Lens provides the ability to run saved queries if you create an account. I have it set up to check for patents issued with me as the inventor. It will send me an email if one of my applications ...
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Finding most important patent of a company

I like The Lens for patent searching. It has a lot more features than Google Patents and if you create an account, which is totally free, you get yet more features. You can search by patent owner and ...
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Which is the best place to search for a filed/issued patent?

Personally, I find problems with Google Patents not finding all the relevant patents when I search. It is, however handy for finding an individual patent quickly. I prefer The Lens which I find more ...
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Multi dependent claims (Uses and Advantages)

They provide a way to cover many combinations and permutations of elements in a relatively few numbered claims. The semantics are no different than exploding the claims to a huge number of non-...
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Patenting an existing product in China

Since the product is probably being offered for sale to the public, you probably can't patent it. You can patent the product if all of the following conditions hold: 1. you are the inventor ...
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Where are the figures for this WIPO application?

Try: https://patents.google.com/patent/US20140136171A1/en for the corresponding US application, and http://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/originalDocument?CC=WO&NR=2014078355A1&KC=...
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Images were taken off Google Patent search

The link to PDFs of patents for patents issued around August 2015 and later remains broken. Try using ImmediateIP.com which has links to PDFs at the US Patent and Trademark Office.
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Does Google Patent cover all Chinese patents records from SIPO or just those who applied for PCT?

You can know for sure that not only the Chinese patents and patent applications coming from the PCT Route are included in Google Patents because: The Chinese document coverage in Google Patents ...
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