software and mobile inventions

Don't say "software", say "computer-implemented"


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All of this information is discussed in an entirely separate website here.

One key to being successful in getting a patent on anything, but especially on a biz-model, is in how well you can document and describe the exact and specific features of your biz-model.

Regarding the query "what inventions can be patented", there are so many different ways to answer this, its hard to know where to begin. A good start might be . . . "does your invention produce some useful, tangible result?"

The exact legal standard for determining this is difficult to briefly explain, but one starting place would be "35 USC 101". Do a Google search on this, and judge for yourself.

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