It’s the strongest confirmation yet that iWatch is real, and perhaps that it is imminent.
According to a report in Russian newspaper Isvestia, Apple is attempting to trademark “iWatch” in Russia.
Arguing that the “Mini” in “iPad Mini” is merely descriptive, the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has denied Apple’s trademark claim to the name.
Editor’s Pick Is Pro Tools music software or design software? Looks like 99designs and Avid are setting up for a face-off over exactly that question.
Knights of the Round Table, the Python Software Foundation needs your help. No mass killing of wedding guests required.
You did not read that wrong. The iPhone runs Google’s Android operating system in Brazil … just not the one you’re thinking of.
This is in addition to Twitter’s already-existing policies of posting takedowns at Chilling Effects and per-country censorship of locally offensive content.
Apple launched iPhone in 2007. iFone, a telecommunications and call answering service doing business in Mexico and Latin America, registered its name in 2003.
Apple is cracking down on app store copycats and being more proactive about rejecting apps that may violate other companies’ trademarks, according to one developer who saw a colleague’s rejection notice.
Over in the land of slightly crazy lawsuits, a man from Arizona filed a lawsuit Friday to make “Google” a generic word, Paid Content reports.
The Chinese firm Proview is suing Apple in California to the tune of $2 billion, alleging that the Cupertino giant committed fraud when it used a shell company set up by one of its law firms to buy the iPad trademark in China for just $55,000, reports the Wall Street Journal.