Bubblr Issues Critical Patent Update
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Bubblr Issues Critical Patent Update

By CIOReview | Monday, July 26, 2021

Bubblr’s new patent provides new patent protection since the beginning of 2021.

FREMONT, CA: Bubblr, Inc., a socially responsible technology company focused on the development and commercialization of mobile-first technologies, is working on a white paper for a new search patent that may provide new patent protection since the beginning of 2021.

Steve Morris, Chief Technology Officer of Bubblr, Inc., announces: "This new patent is specifically designated for searching the Internet, purely for information, and it can be considered as a sister patent to the already approved patent No. 10,977,387 that is specifically concerned with searching the internet for goods and services.”

“Importantly, this new patent mechanism is designed to work specifically on mobile devices and with an extremely user-friendly interface optimized for use on touch screen devices. Moreover, this new patent will present high-quality search results in a unique and novel way that will make it much more efficient for mobile users to access the search results quickly and efficiently they require without having to trawl through pages of search results. Finally, it is to be noted that the established UX (user experience) paradigm for online search has, up until now, never changes,” concludes Morris.

Bubblrs' Novel Approach to Design

Bubblr has always prided itself on applying First Principal design techniques to its products to infuse them with genuine innovation. This new search patent is a textbook example of rethinking an established design paradigm (internet search) to take advantage of the new capabilities enabled by emerging technologies. Additionally, the Company has entered into a patent agreement with a specialized patent firm (Scintilla IP), which focuses exclusively on software and electronic patents.

Initial Patent Agent Evaluation

Scintilla IP's initial assessment was that at least five of the claims appear genuinely novel, and there is no apparent prior art. Scintilla IP anticipates concluding a more comprehensive global search for prior art in the coming weeks. Scintilla IP will immediately apply to a regional patent office if the global prior art search is successful.

Bubblr believes that by combining both of its search patents, the Company will be positioned to become a new and unique player in the current internet search markets, which are currently worth more than $100 billion in the United States.