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Apple agrees to pay Proview $60m to settles China iPad trademark dispute

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Apple has ended the ongoing issue surrounding the ownership of the iPad trademark in China by agreeing to pay Taiwanese firm Proview $60 million, according to AP reports. Proview has been on negotiating for some time, and a deal to end the impasse looked imminent when Apple reportedly tabled its...
Apple agrees to pay Proview $60m to settles China iPad trademark dispute

With new iPad unveiled, Proview asserts its rights to the trademark in a letter to Chinese retailers

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A company reportedly acting on behalf of Taiwanese firm Proview has written an open letter of warning to all iPad retailers as it looks to put the spotlight back on its trademark wranglings with Apple, following the long-awaited launch of the latest version of Apple’s tablet device. The letter, translated...
With new iPad unveiled, Proview asserts its rights to the trademark in a letter to Chinese retailers

Seeking an exit, Proview prepares to negotiate with Apple over Chinese iPad trademark

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Taiwanese firm Proview appears to be seeking an exit from its ongoing trademark dispute with Apple in China. According to a report from Times of India, the company’s lawyer has indicated its willingness to sit down with Apple and agree a deal that grants it the rights to use the...
Seeking an exit, Proview prepares to negotiate with Apple over Chinese iPad trademark

Seeking Apple payout, Proview chairman demands “proper” iPad trademark compensation

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Shenzhen Proview Chairman Yang Rongshan has weighed into the debate around the trademark dispute with Apple by claiming that the American company must compensate the Taiwanese firm “properly” if it is to use the term ‘iPad’ in China, Dow Jones reports. Speaking at a press conference Yang, who is also the company’s main shareholder,...
Seeking Apple payout, Proview chairman demands “proper” iPad trademark compensation

HTC Sees Profits Slip Over 50% On U.S. Customs Ban, Weak Sales

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News updates all day from Fast Company.HTC has just reported its second quarter finances, and they're terrible: Profits slipped 57.8% on the same period last year. In fact HTC reported that consolidated sales for June were down T$30 billion on the same period last year, 33.4%, and flat from May....
HTC Sees Profits Slip Over 50% On U.S. Customs Ban, Weak Sales

Proview now wants to take the global rights to the iPad name from Apple

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Taiwanese firm Proview Electronics is staking its claim for the rights to the global ‘iPad’ trademark, after the firm amended the US lawsuit it filed against Apple last week with new information, Focus Taiwan reports. The revised suit alleges that Apple purchased the rights to the trademark using fraud and unfair competition when...
Proview now wants to take the global rights to the iPad name from Apple

HTC Income Falls 91% Because Samsung (Not Android) Is Winning

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HTC Income Falls 91% Because Samsung (Not Android) Is Winning: Tim Culpan for Bloomberg on HTC's most recent quarter: Fourth-quarter operating income for the period was NT$600 million ($21 million), compared with the NT$1.11 billion average of 20 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Net income was NT$1 billion, the Taoyuan,...
HTC Income Falls 91% Because Samsung (Not Android) Is Winning

Google reveals own-brand tablet

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Google has unveiled Nexus 7 - an own-brand tablet made by the Taiwanese firm Asus....
Google reveals own-brand tablet

This is where Proview, the company that could cost Apple millions in China, lives

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Precious little is known about Taiwanese firm Proview, but a notable fact about the company is that that it legally holds the rights to the iPad trademark in China. The company’s challenge to Apple’s use of iPad, which began back in 2010, has seen a serious legal case build up,...
This is where Proview, the company that could cost Apple millions in China, lives

Samsung Flexes Litigation Muscles at Apple Ahead of iPhone 5 Launch - Again

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Of all the tech groups holding their breath to see what Apple will do tomorrow, there is one firm above all whose interest knows no bounds: Samsung. According to reports in the Korean Times, the South Korean multi-conglomerate is to sue the makers of the iPhone, claiming that it holds...
Samsung Flexes Litigation Muscles at Apple Ahead of iPhone 5 Launch - Again

Victim's family blames suicide at Chinese Apple supplier on mistreatment

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The family of a worker who committed suicide at an alleged Apple supplier in China is blaming his death on the harsh management at the factory and has tried demonstrating against the company, only to be detained by local police. The worker, He Cheng, jumped to his death on...
Victim's family blames suicide at Chinese Apple supplier on mistreatment

Booting Up: Can’t We All Just Get Along Edition

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(Photo: Flickr/victoriapeckham) Nasdaq and Facebook are in a fight. [Dealbook] Twitter and its developers are also in a fight. [Aaron White] The fight between Apple and a Taiwanese firm that trademarked the term “iPad” is over with a $60 million settlement. [AP] But the dispute between Apple and Samsung continues....
Booting Up: Can’t We All Just Get Along Edition

Samsung comes out top in battle of the smartphones

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HTC on Friday reported a 70% year-on-year profit slump and a drop in first quarter net income after tax down to £95mThe battle for smartphone supremacy between Asia's largest handset makers has left profits at Taiwanese firm HTC plummeting as South Korea's Samsung Electronics rakes in the rewards.HTC on Friday...
Samsung comes out top in battle of the smartphones

Sharp forecasts doubling of full-year loss

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Struggling Japanese TV maker Sharp warned it might not be able to surviveStruggling Japanese TV maker Sharp has warned it might not be able to survive on its own after forecasting that its full-year loss would double to $5.6bn."Our corporate group has booked massive second-quarter net and operating losses ......
Sharp forecasts doubling of full-year loss

Apple files trademark for iWatch in Japan as tech firms ramp up smartwatch efforts

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Apple has filed a trademark for “iWatch” with Japan’s patent office, seeking to protect the name it has coined and adding credence to rumors that the company is developing a smartwatch, according to a June 3 filing made public last week (spotted by Bloomberg News). It was previously reported that Apple...
Apple files trademark for iWatch in Japan as tech firms ramp up smartwatch efforts

HTC defeats Apple in UK courts

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A High Court judge rules against Apple's claim that the Taiwanese firm infringed four of its patents, including its swipe-to-unlock feature....
HTC defeats Apple in UK courts

Last week in Asia: Apple soars in China, Samsung tops global mobile sales and more

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Hello and welcome back to the latest installment of Last Week in Asia, our round-up that gives you a clear picture of key stories and developments from Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China Apple is the world’s most prominent consumer technology firm and, when it puts out its financial results, the world...
Last week in Asia: Apple soars in China, Samsung tops global mobile sales and more

Asus 'confirms' Google's tablet

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Reuters says an Asus executive has confirmed that Google is about to unveil a tablet made by the Taiwanese firm....
Asus 'confirms' Google's tablet

And now, here’s Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull, impaling investors

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Leave it up to Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese firm known for its wacky news videos, to create the only Facebook IPO wrap-up that’s actually worth watching. Sure, this Facebook wrap-up features a dead-eyed Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull and mowing down investors, but hey, at least they...
And now, here’s Zuckerberg riding the Wall Street bull, impaling investors

Alleged ASUS teaser wants us to 'Experience the Infinity,' fails to explain how

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This isn't the first time a mysterious bit of video has come our way with the promise of something new and fabulous from ASUS. The latest such clip comes from a third party, so take it with a hefty pinch of Morton's. It shows some slow motion footage of...
Alleged ASUS teaser wants us to 'Experience the Infinity,' fails to explain how

Apple is testing TV set designs with Sharp and Foxconn, says WSJ

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There’s more proof that Apple is set to release a TV set after sources in Asia claimed the US company is working with manufacturers Sharp and Hon Hai to test designs for a large-screen high-resolution TV. The Wall Street Journal reports that, according to unnamed persons with Taiwan’s Hon Hai (also...
Apple is testing TV set designs with Sharp and Foxconn, says WSJ

iPad mini, other devices could adopt ITO film coating

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Apple's rumored mini iPad is expected to use flexible substrates coated with iridium tin oxide (ITO), supplied by a Taiwanese firm, Efun Technology, DigiTimes claims. The site's sources say that the technology has already been used by a number of Samsung devices, thanks to its thin and light nature. The...
iPad mini, other devices could adopt ITO film coating

Apple’s Chinese iPad trademark saga could soon be over, as court and Proview both push for settlement

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Apple and Taiwanese firm Proview look set to settle their ongoing legal case around the ownership of the ‘iPad’ trademark, after a Chinese court revealed that it is pushing the two companies to reach an agreement. “On the one hand, we are trying to process this case, and on the...
Apple’s Chinese iPad trademark saga could soon be over, as court and Proview both push for settlement

Facebook set to make small-screen debut on Android smartphone

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Social networking site's collaboration with handset maker HTC expected to customise an array of functions from the camera to the home screenFacebook will take its biggest leap into mobile this evening when it is expected to unveil a collaboration with handset maker HTC and software that can take over any...
Facebook set to make small-screen debut on Android smartphone

ASUS MeMo Pad 10 makes unexpected appearance, could become official at MWC (video)

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It's been but a mere few days since ASUS quietly introduced that Jelly Bean-loaded, 7-inch Memo Pad, though if a recent video shown off on YouTube is to be believed, the company's got yet another, larger Memo Pad up its sleeve. Such tablet's said to be the MeMo Pad...
ASUS MeMo Pad 10 makes unexpected appearance, could become official at MWC (video)

ASUS partners up with Leap Motion, PCs with 3D motion control to debut in 2013

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Leap Motion's been working hard to get its 3D gesture control technology in the hands of developers -- 12,000 thus far -- since it was first revealed back in May of 2012. Today marks a big step towards getting it into the hands of consumers, as the company has...
ASUS partners up with Leap Motion, PCs with 3D motion control to debut in 2013

HTC beats Nokia to launch China’s first WP7 ‘Tango’ device, the Triumph

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Windows Phone 7 has begun its invasion of China and it is HTC that has put its flag into the ground with the pre-launch of the Triumph, which has entered the market first, according to a report from Engadget. The Triumph, which is better known as Titan in the West,...
HTC beats Nokia to launch China’s first WP7 ‘Tango’ device, the Triumph

Apple hits HTC with counterclaim lawsuit for failure to FRAND license 4G patents

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It's been far too quiet on the litigation front here at Engadget lately, but thankfully Apple's broken our courtroom news dry spell with a freshly filed counterclaim in the Eastern District of Virginia federal court. FOSS Patents reports that Apple's target is HTC, who Apple claims has abused two...
Apple hits HTC with counterclaim lawsuit for failure to FRAND license 4G patents

Acer announces new Windows 8 devices, including the 8.1-inch Iconia W3 tablet

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Acer has kicked off Computex by announcing a series of new devices, including a refresh of the 13.3-inch Aspire S7 and the launch of the Iconia W3, an 8.1-inch tablet that brings the new Microsoft platform to a smaller screen size. The Intel-powered Iconia W3 weighs just 1.1 pounds and...
Acer announces new Windows 8 devices, including the 8.1-inch Iconia W3 tablet

HTC Is Getting Clobbered After Its CFO Unexpectedly Leaves The Company

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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Shares of HTC Corp fell as much as 6 percent on Tuesday after a change in its chief financial officer and the imminent launch of a new phone by arch rival Samsung Electronics raised concerns over the Taiwanese firm's recovery. HTC has been losing market share to...
HTC Is Getting Clobbered After Its CFO Unexpectedly Leaves The Company
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