Google OCR sometimes have problems, You are right actual patent has same spelling. Any ways 'Ask Patent' is not direct link to Google. you can use 'Send Feedback' of Google patents to report this error.
However To correct inventor name in patent, you can see MPEP 602.01(c)(2) Correcting or Updating Inventor Name 37 CFR 1.48(f) – Request Filed On or After ...
The legal events are assignments that transfer of ownership of the patent. In this case the inventors assigned their ownership to Exponential Interactive and later Exponential Interactive assigned its ownership to Abakus. The current owner is Abakus.
Follow the link on Google Patents to PatentScope, and download the Initial Publication with ISR (A1 48/2008). Alternatively, you can download the document on Espacenet.
The patent you link to is a WIPO patent, and it has 33 related applications (see "also published as"), so there may be other variations of the same application, and multiple patent grants ...
The 'A8' part of this patent document identifier is the Kind Code (the "kind of document"), which in this case indicates that the document is a correction to the title page of the application:
WO 2002/101622 A8
What you are looking for is the 'A1' document (the published patent application itself):
WO 2002/101622 A1
Note the 'Also published as ...' lists ...
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-multiply dependent claims. The U.S. thinks they are confusing and strongly discourages them via is fee system. The rest of the world sees them as using fewer words to ...
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 full featured, especially if you register (free). Ultimately, if you want detailed file histories, there is no substitute for individual country databases like ...
Apparently google is grouping the patents by families and giving you the number of patent families but sorts them into classifications too, effectively giving not even the number of families.
The first page provided by you gives "about 27" results
It lists 2 patents of classification A61B5/150061 - and I ...
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
According to 35 U.S. Code § 101 's preamble:
Whoever invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine,
manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new ...
https://patents.google.com/patent/US20140136171A1/en for the corresponding US application, and
http://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/originalDocument?CC=WO&NR=2014078355A1&KC=A1&FT=D&ND=&date=20140522&DB=&&locale=en_EP, from which you can download all 55 pages.
Google just released an updated interface for their patent search. This is not the only patent currently affected by the glitch, so it is probably safe to assume it will be corrected in the coming days. It won't hurt to use the Send Feedback link at the bottom of their Patent Search page to increase their awareness of the problem.
In the meantime, the ...
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 includes patent documents from 1985 and 1990.
China became a PCT Contracting State in January 1994.
Only international applications with a filing date on or after ...
You can follow the link from Google to Espacenet, then click on EP Register, click on All Documents and select (and click "Download Documents") the "International publication of the A1 Pamphlet" to get the full WIPO patent application with figures (or select the "Priority document (electronically transmitted)" to get the original German application).