THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Aug. 2016, Deep Rock Ventures, Inc. – On the heels of their recently granted U.S. Patent No. 9,288,617, Searchable.com announced today that the Company’s second mobile technology and communication patent was granted. The U.S. Patent Office granted Patent No. 9,420,422, which includes 14 claims directed towards additional elements of the Searchable.com’s technology. For those of you who are counting, that brings the Company’s total patent claims to 64, having been granted 50 claims earlier this year.
The Searchable ‘617 patent describes, among other capabilities, some of Searchable’s technology that enables mobile and desktop users’ devices to automatically communicate with geographically nearby brick and mortar businesses via their websites, email, and telephone, businesses which are relevant to mobile and desktop users’ categories of interest.
Searchable can control billions of multimedia ad spaces through its proprietary T.I.T.A.N. mobile ad platform, which enables small and medium local businesses a variety of affordable solutions to generate immediate revenue in real-time, by direct contact with relevant and geographically proximate consumers.
The Searchable T.I.T.A.N. engine enables certain of these capabilities using various technologies, some of which are now patented, and others of which are being maintained as proprietary. Some of these include relevancy-amplified, geo-targeted media and multimedia communications, real-time machine-learned and continuously updated high-probability consumer interest weighting and relevancy functions, and other technologies.
In addition to U.S. Patent Nos. 9,288,617 and 9,420,422, Searchable.com has other patents pending as it continues to develop its patent portfolio in the mobile communication and geo-targeted ad space.
Searchable.com is a technology startup founded and based in Thousand Oaks, California. Along with the consumer and business apps, Searchable.com has other innovative products in development that will reinforce the company's position as a pioneer in the interactive mobile commerce platform space. For more information, visit www.searchable.com.