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Brazilian company releases the 'IPHONE' after trademarking the name back in 2000

Claro takes on Netflix as it expands its VOD service to Brazil

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Claro will soon launch its VOD portal Claro Video in Brazil, the mobile operator announced in Rio de Janeiro at Futurecom‘s conference. The service will initially roll out to a limited number of Claro clients by the end of the year, before a full launch during 2013′s first quarter. While this...
Claro takes on Netflix as it expands its VOD service to Brazil

Realtime Raises $100 Million To Make The Internet More Like Live TV

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Imagine never having to hit your browser refresh button again. Imagine that the whole Internet continuously live streams itself, even if you keep a single Web page open for hours -- or if you access a site from your mobile phone. Imagine being an enterprise that builds a website that...
Realtime Raises $100 Million To Make The Internet More Like Live TV

Apple Loses iPhone Trademark Exclusivity In Brazil As Regulator Delivers Its Ruling

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Apple has officially lost exclusive rights over the use of the iPhone trademark in Brazil, according to the BBC. The news was telegraphed earlier via a leak that said Brazil’s regulatory body was planning to side with IGB Electronics S.A. in the case and revoke Apple’s exclusive ownership of the term “iPhone”...
Apple Loses iPhone Trademark Exclusivity In Brazil As Regulator Delivers Its Ruling

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (FB, GOOG, MSFT, NOK)

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Happy Wednesday, everyone! Here's the news: Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom apologized for confusion over the app's new terms of service. He said the company will not sell your photos to advertisers. By the way, if you really read Instagram's terms of service, you can see the company never wanted to...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (FB, GOOG, MSFT, NOK)
Realtime raises $100M to put real time into the web
For Just $105,000, the Virginity of This Brazilian Sex Doll Can Be Yours

Movile invests $2.6 million in food delivery startup iFood to back its international expansion

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Movile is investing $2.6 million in the Brazilian food delivery platform iFood and becoming its strategic partner, the Latin American mobile publisher announced today. This series B round will help the startup expand its mobile presence and reach the 5,000-restaurant milestone by 2014. iFood is similar to US food ordering services such...
Movile invests $2.6 million in food delivery startup iFood to back its international expansion
You Can Get an Android-Powered iPhone in Brazil

Apple Will Reportedly Lose The iPhone Trademark In Brazil

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Apple is set to lose its iPhone trademark in Brazil, according to a report from Reuters which cites a source familiar with a forthcoming decision from that country’s copyright regulator. The trademark was challenged by Brazilian electronics firm IGB Electronics SA, which launched a new line of Android phones bearing the name...
Apple Will Reportedly Lose The iPhone Trademark In Brazil

Amazon has quietly launched in Brazil. Now selling e-books and announces a $150 Kindle

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Amazon has quietly launched overnight in Brazil, and is now selling e-books from Amazon.com.br, Brazilian blog Blue Bus reports. In addition, it is also announcing that its Kindle e-reader will soon go on sale in Brazil for R$299, around $150. As you may remember, the US company had been trying...
Amazon has quietly launched in Brazil. Now selling e-books and announces a $150 Kindle

Apple appeals exclusive trademark loss in Brazil

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In what’s likely the least surprising bit of news you’ll read today, Apple is appealing a recent ruling by Brazil’s intellectual property authority that it is not the exclusive owner of the iPhone trademark. Reuters reported Thursday that Apple has asked for a review of the decision by the National...
Apple appeals exclusive trademark loss in Brazil

Brazilian 'iPhone' Trademark Lawsuit Ends With Apple and IGB 'Close To Settlement'

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Forbes reports that Apple and Brazilian company IGB have agreed to end their lawsuit over the iPhone trademark in Brazil, and are close to reaching a settlement agreement.According to Brazil's largest daily, Folha de São Paulo, both companies have agreed to end the lawsuit over iPhone and come to some...
Brazilian 'iPhone' Trademark Lawsuit Ends With Apple and IGB 'Close To Settlement'

Peixe Urbano keeps on diversifying, launches in-house online travel agency for Brazil

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Peixe Urbano is launching a travel vertical, the Brazilian company announced today. Initially available in Brazil, this in-house travel agency will be known Peixe Urbano Viagens. As you may know, Peixe Urbano started out in 2010 as a Groupon clone, pioneering the daily deal model in Brazil. However, it has...
Peixe Urbano keeps on diversifying, launches in-house online travel agency for Brazil

Apple's senior designer Everaldo Coelho joins Brazilian mobile entertainment company Movile

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Apple alum Everaldo Coelho is joining Movile as head of User Experience, the Brazilian company announced today. Well known in the UX and UI community, the Brazilian designer had announced a few days ago on Twitter that he was leaving his role at Apple for an exciting new opportunity. As you may...
Apple's senior designer Everaldo Coelho joins Brazilian mobile entertainment company Movile

Peixe Urbano buys food delivery startup to grow beyond daily deals

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The Latin American daily deal giant Peixe Urbano has bought the local food delivery website O Entregador, the company announced today. It is the third company Peixe Urbano has acquired this year. As we reported, the fast-growing Brazilian company recently bought another food-related website, the restaurant booking service Zuppa, and also acquired the...
Peixe Urbano buys food delivery startup to grow beyond daily deals

Vending Machine Sells Books For Whatever Price You Want

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While we've seen pay-what-you-want models work quite well for digital goods, it's still uncertain as to whether the model works for tangible goods where the marginal cost of each sold item does not approach zero. However, that doesn't mean people shouldn't try. A Brazilian company launched a line of vending...
Vending Machine Sells Books For Whatever Price You Want

Mobile Premier Awards 2013: Meet the three winners (and our five favourite apps)

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Yesterday afternoon and evening, the Mobile Premier Awards 2013 event was held in a great venue in downtown Barcelona, an excellent excuse to escape the madness of the Mobile World Congress. The Mobile Premier Awards is basically a mobile app competition and showcase put on by Appcircus, featuring the winners...
Mobile Premier Awards 2013: Meet the three winners (and our five favourite apps)

9 Indie App Developers Who Are Changing The Mobile World

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Some of the biggest app blockbusters on your smartphone or tablet came from  Take Instagram, for example. The company only had a dozen or so employees when Facebook bought it for a cool $1 billion. So who are the people working on the next big hit? We took a look...
9 Indie App Developers Who Are Changing The Mobile World

Samba Ads raises $500k, hopes to become Latin America's leading video ad network

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Online video advertising network Samba Ads has raised a $500k investment round from four high-profile venture, the Brazilian company announced today. New backers include Brazilian-Israeli VC firm Initial Capital, Dave McClure’s 500 Startups, American-Israeli firm Rhodium and Grupo RBS’ new digital holding e.Bricks Digital (see our previous post). Before today’s round, Samba...
Samba Ads raises $500k, hopes to become Latin America's leading video ad network

Back And Forth Cloning Battles With Zynga Continue With New EA Chapter

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Our first introduction with Zynga was back in 2009 when the maker of Mob Wars sued Zynga over its Mafia Wars game. Zynga was accused of copyright infringement and ended up paying a pretty penny. Later on in the year, Zynga turned around and sued Playdom over what it claimed...
Back And Forth Cloning Battles With Zynga Continue With New EA Chapter
Intel Capital goes for the hat trick, invests in third Brazilian fashion startup this year

Brazilian Company Launches Android 'iPhones' After Winning Right To Name

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SAO PAULO (AP) -- It's not your Apple's iPhone. A Brazilian company has begun selling smartphones with the iPhone brand after winning the legal right to use the name in Latin America's biggest country. Adding insult to Apple Inc.'s injury, the phone runs on the archrival Android operating system. Gradiente...
Brazilian Company Launches Android 'iPhones' After Winning Right To Name

Trololol: Brazilian brand launches IPHONE smartphone series, claims brand ownership

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Brazilian company IGB Eletrônica has announced in a press release that its subsidiary Gradiente is launching a new smartphone series, Brazilian site G1 reports. Nothing to see here, except for one detail: the series is called ‘IPHONE’ – yes, as Apple’s iconic devices. While IGB doesn’t explicitly mention the elephant...
Trololol: Brazilian brand launches IPHONE smartphone series, claims brand ownership

Movile's new mobile app PhotoFun lets you share customized pictures with your friends

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Movile has launched an iOS photo sharing app called PhotoFun, the Latin American mobile publisher announced today. It lets users quickly edit images by adding a frame and a personalized caption before sharing the result with their friends via Twitter, Facebook or email. PhotoFun’s core focus is simplicity – which...
Movile's new mobile app PhotoFun lets you share customized pictures with your friends

H-P Reaches Patent Settlement in Brazil

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Hewlett-Packard said it resolved patent litigation with a Brazilian company that distributed H-P-compatible inkjet printer cartridges that H-P said infringed on its patents....
H-P Reaches Patent Settlement in Brazil

Apple close to resolving Brazilian iPhone trademark issues

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Apple reportedly is close to reaching an agreement with a Brazilian company that will see Apple granted the right to use the iPhone trademark in reference to consumer electronics in that country....
Apple close to resolving Brazilian iPhone trademark issues
iPhone runs Android in Brazil (no, really)

Report: Apple loses exclusive iPhone trademark in Brazil

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A Brazilian regulatory agency on Wednesday ruled that Apple is not the only company that can exclusively sell smartphones bearing the iPhone name in the country. Gradiente Electronica, a local company that had registered the name in 2000, is the other, the BBC reported. Gradiente was granted the iPhone trademark...
Report: Apple loses exclusive iPhone trademark in Brazil

'Copycat' startups in Latin America are killing it

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While everyone is fretting over the Asian slowdown, the European debt crisis, and the fiscal cliff, a few entrepreneurs in Latin America are rapidly building businesses in their home countries and beyond. The companies are often based on business models ripped from the pages of VentureBeat and other tech journals....
'Copycat' startups in Latin America are killing it
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