Technology Sample Clauses

Technology any and all knowledge, know-how and/or technique or techniques invented, developed and/or acquired, prior to the Date of Commencement by the University or the Licensee relating to, and including the technology described in Schedule “A” hereto, as amended from time to time, including, without limitation, all research, data, specifications, instructions, manuals, papers or other materials of any nature whatsoever, whether written or otherwise, relating to same;
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Technology. Technology" means technological models, algorithms, manufacturing processes, design processes, behavioral models, logic diagrams, schematics, test vectors, know-how, computer and electronic data processing and other apparatus programs and software (object code and source code), databases and documentation thereof, trade secrets, technical information, specifications, drawings, records, documentation, works of authorship or other creative works, websites, ideas, knowledge, data or the like. The term Technology includes Copyrights, Database Rights, Mask Work Rights, trade secrets and any other intellectual property right, but expressly does not include (i) any trademark, trade name, trade dress or service mark, or applications for registration thereof or (ii) any Patents or applications therefor, including any of the foregoing that may be based on Invention Disclosures that are covered by the Master Patent Ownership and License Agreement between the parties, but does include trade secret rights in and to inventions disclosed in such Patent applications and Invention Disclosures.
Technology. DigitalWork will use best efforts consistent with DigitalWork's standard policies to conform its promotion and sale of Products through the Co-Branded Site to the then-existing technologies identified by AOL which are optimized for the AOL Service including, without limitation, any "quick checkout" tool which AOL may implement to facilitate purchase of products or services in the Co-Branded Site by AOL Users from DigitalWork through the Co-Branded Site. AOL will be entitled to require reasonable changes to the Content (including, without limitation, the features or functionality) within any linked pages of the Co-Branded Site to the extent such Content will, in AOL's good faith judgment, adversely affect any operational aspect of the AOL Network. AOL reserves the right to review and test the Co-Branded Site from time to time to determine whether the site is compatible with AOL's then-available client and host software and the AOL Network.
Technology. Except as set forth in SCHEDULE 4.13, the products, processes, proprietary technology and other proprietary know-how owned or used by the Company and its Subsidiaries were completely developed by the Company's full-time employees only; the concepts, inventions and original works of authorship owned or used by the Company or its Subsidiaries were developed or conceived by employees within the scope of their employment by the Company (or the applicable Subsidiary) and are connected with the Company's and its Subsidiaries' underlying products, processes and proprietary technology. Except as set forth in SCHEDULE 4.13, no independent contractors or consultants were used or employed by the Company or a Subsidiary in the development of the products, processes, proprietary technology and other proprietary know-how owned or used by the Company and its Subsidiaries.
Technology i) The Company exclusively owns, or is licensed to use, without restriction (other than as set forth in Section 4.1(s)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule), the rights to all patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, copyrights and any applications therefor, maskworks, net lists, schematics, inventories, technology, trade secrets, source codes, know-how, computer software programs or applications and tangible or intangible proprietary information or material that in any material respect are used or proposed to be used in the business of the Company and any of its subsidiaries as currently conducted or proposed to be conducted (the "Company Intellectual Property Rights"). Section 4.1(s)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule lists: (A) all patents, trademarks, trade names, service marks, registered and unregistered copyrights, and any applications therefor included in the Company Intellectual Property Rights, together with a list of all of the Company's currently marketed software products and a list of which, if any, of such products have been registered for copyright protection with the United States Copyright Office and any foreign offices; and (B) all licenses and other agreements to which the Company or any of its subsidiaries is a party and pursuant to which the Company or any of its subsidiaries is authorized to use any Company Intellectual Property Right, and includes the identities of the parties thereto, a description of the nature and subject matter thereof, the applicable royalty and the term thereof. Neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries is, or as a result of the execution, delivery or performance of the Company's obligations hereunder will be, in violation of, or lose any rights pursuant to, any license or agreement described in Section 4.1(s)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule. (ii) No claims with respect to the Company Intellectual Property Rights have been asserted or, to the knowledge of the Company, are threatened by any person nor does the Company or any subsidiary of the Company know of any valid grounds for any bona fide claims (A) to the effect that the manufacture, sale or use of any product or process as now used or offered or proposed for use or sale by the Company or any subsidiary of the Company infringes on any copyright, trade secret, patent or other intellectual property right of any person, (B) against the use by the Company or any subsidiary of the Company of any Company Intellectual Property Rights, or (C) challenging the owne...
Technology. The Transferred Technology;
Technology shall be defined as set forth in Recital C.
Technology. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, as of the Distribution Date, Nuance hereby grants to SpinCo and the members of the SpinCo Group a worldwide, non-exclusive, fully paid-up, perpetual and irrevocable, transferable (subject to ARTICLE VIII), sublicensable (subject to Section 3.01(g)) license to install, access, use, reproduce, perform, display, modify (including the right to create improvements and derivative works), further develop, sell, manufacture, distribute and market products and services based on, using or incorporating the Nuance Shared Technology Assets within the SpinCo Field of Use, together with natural extensions and evolutions thereof.
Technology. All technology created, developed or acquired by the Vendor in connection with the Software that is used primarily in connection with the Business whether or not patented or patentable and whether or not fixed in any medium whatsoever, including without limitation, all inventions, know how, techniques, processes, procedures, methods, trade secrets, research and technical data, records, formulae, designs, sketches, patterns, specifications, schematics, blue prints, flow charts or sheets, equipment and parts lists and descriptions, samples, reports, studies, findings, algorithms, instructions, guides, manuals, and plans for new or revised products and/or services; and
Technology. AOL will be entitled to require reasonable changes to the ---------- Content (including, without limitation, the features or functionality) within the Affiliated MP Site to the extent such Content will, in AOL's good faith judgment, adversely affect any technological operational aspect of the AOL Network. AOL reserves the right to review and test the Affiliated MP Site from time to time to determine whether the site is compatible with AOL's then-available client and host software and the AOL Network.