From the Mac to the iPhone: Steve Jobs patent exhibit opens in Denver

Steve Jobs holding original iPhone

A new exhibit showcasing hundreds of original Apple patents has opened in Denver.

Entitled “Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World,” the display offers a rare opportunity to look over some of the most influential and important patents in recent tech history — ranging from the original Macintosh through the iPhone.

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet says that the exhibit, “provides a unique glimpse into one of our country’s most iconic innovators, highlighting Jobs’ wide-ranging portfolio and lasting influence on modern technology.”

The exhibition will be open through September this year, and is free to members of the public. On loan from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the patent collection coincides with the opening of a new satellite USPTO office in Denver.

Oh, and if you see men in Samsung shirts running the various applications through the Xerox machine while you’re visiting, remember to wing Tim Cook an email. Chances are they may be up to no good.

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Luke DormehlLuke Dormehl is a UK-based journalist and author, with a background working in documentary film for Channel 4 and the BBC. He is the author of The Formula: How Algorithms Solve All Our Problems, And Create More and The Apple Revolution, both published by Penguin/Random House. His tech writing has also appeared in Wired, Fast Company, Techmeme, and other publications. He'd like you a lot if you followed him on Twitter.

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