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January 12th, 2005
IBM retains top position for patents
IBM received 3,248 patents last year, 167 less than in 2003, according to preliminary figures released yesterday by the US Patent and Trademark Office, based in Alexandria, Virginia.
IBM has relied on advances in nanotechnology and computer services to stay on top of the list.
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