Looks like Tesla is having Apple’s deja vu over trademark lawsuits in China. An opportunistic trademark troll bought the rights to “Tesla” and is fighting the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company off.
The “iWatch” moniker, made up by the tech world for Apple’s rumored smartwatch, is getting a dose of legitimacy.
A new filing shows the USPTO’s initial concerns against granting the iPad mini a trademark are no longer holding Apple back. But two issues still remain.
Interestingly, Sir Robin had publicly criticized Apple for what he thought was a lack of integrity.
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Online retail giant Amazon has registered trademarks for its new Kindle Fire tablet, as well as related products, under a separate company name called Seesaw.
Apple has filled 11 separate trademark applications with the US Patent & Trademark Office for its recently announced iCloud data storage service, according to a report by Patently Apple.
Larry, Sergey, Eric: Matt Marshall and I are putting you on notice. This “Google Beat” thing is going too far. VentureBeat is mad as hell, and we’re not taking it anymore. This is our official notice to the triumvirate ruling Google that the gloves are off.