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AT&T Confirms It Will Carry Sony's Xperia TL, Keeps Mum On Pricing And Release Date

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Sony only outed its newest trio of Xperia smartphones just over a month ago in Berlin, and AT&T has just announced that its already grooming the device for a U.S. launch. Oh, and in case you care, the phone will also appear on-screen as James Bond’s phone of choice in...
AT&T Confirms It Will Carry Sony's Xperia TL, Keeps Mum On Pricing And Release Date
Python v. Python: Software foundation fights for trademark in EU

USPTO denies Apple's trademark application for iPad mini

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office has denied Apple's request for a trademark on the term "iPad mini," finding that the "mini" portion of the name is "merely descriptive" of goods or services available in miniature forms....
USPTO denies Apple's trademark application for iPad mini

Like Lightning, Apple Files New Connector Trademark

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The US Patent & Trademark Office just published Apple's latest trademark application for "Apple Lightning" under application 85726560. Phil Schiller introduced the new lighting connector during Apple's special event this week ......
Like Lightning, Apple Files New Connector Trademark

Trademark Application For Facebook Credits Reveals Globe Coin Logo And Other Details

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Add one more piece of evidence to all of those rumors about an impending launch of a Facebook virtual currency at the upcoming f8 conference in late April.  Facebook recently applied for a trademark for its virtual currency platform, which is aptly named Facebook Credits. Included in the application is a...
Trademark Application For Facebook Credits Reveals Globe Coin Logo And Other Details
SuperCalendar Aims To Fix Your Scheduling Woes With A Mix Of Tech And 'Superhuman' Power

AOL Has Mulled Launching "Bling Thing," a New Subscription Commerce Business

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Is there room for another subscription commerce business among the Birchboxes and Dollar Shave Clubs of the world? AOL apparently has been weighing that very question. The New York Internet giant, which has seen much change under CEO Tim Armstrong, has been working for at least several months on a...
AOL Has Mulled Launching "Bling Thing," a New Subscription Commerce Business
Myspace's iLike Rises From The Dead To Block An Apple Trademark Request

Samsung unveils 'Wallet', an Android alternative to Apple's Passbook

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Regardless of where you sit in the Samsung copying Apple discussion, the Korean smartphone maker today announced its latest tool in the fight against its Cupertino rival: a Passbook-style ticket and coupon management app called Samsung Wallet. Unveiling Wallet at its Developer Day at Mobile World Congress, Samsung explains that...
Samsung unveils 'Wallet', an Android alternative to Apple's Passbook
Amazon may launch its own 'AppleCare' extended warranty service

Google’s Trademark Application for ‘Nexus One’ Refused

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Huh: The refusal has been issued on the grounds that the mark could conflict with an existing NEXUS trademark (3554195) granted on December 30, 2008 to Integra Telecom under the same class with a description which includes the provision of telecommunication services and the transmission of voice and data.  ★ ...
Google’s Trademark Application for ‘Nexus One’ Refused

EFF Teaches You How To Bake Mean-Spirited Censorship Pie

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The EFF, who just moved into their new offices, seem to be making effective use of the new kitchen space. They're baking up a special recipe: mean-spirited censorship pie. Yum! Most of you would call it "Derby Pie." But a company called Kern's Kitchen has been going around threatening everyone...
EFF Teaches You How To Bake Mean-Spirited Censorship Pie

A new dimension: Samsung Galaxy S4 may have 3D camera

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Samsung filed a trademark application for "2D 3D Movie & Still," suggesting its newest smartphone will have such capabilities. [Read more]...
A new dimension: Samsung Galaxy S4 may have 3D camera

Another Olympian Lines Up At The Trademark Office: Ryan Lochte Files Trademark App For 'Jeah'

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Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has decided that a word like "Jeah" is better off attached to "swim goggles, sunglasses, workout videos, gift cards, jewelry, mugs, etc." rather than being allowed to peacefully live out its brief existence as something that will never, ever make us forget the actual comic genius that...
Another Olympian Lines Up At The Trademark Office: Ryan Lochte Files Trademark App For 'Jeah'

iThink Apple Still Has Plans For Those “iSlate” And “Magic Slate” Trademarks

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Go to Apple.com. See that search box, top right? Type “iThing” or “iStuff” and you’ll find that there are no shortcuts to product or related pages – evidently because there are no Apple products called iThing or iStuff to find on the website. Now, run a search for the...
iThink Apple Still Has Plans For Those “iSlate” And “Magic Slate” Trademarks

U.S. patent office rebuffs Apple's iPad Mini trademark request

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has provisionally denied Apple's trademark application for "iPad Mini" because the term is "merely descriptive" of the tablet's size....
U.S. patent office rebuffs Apple's iPad Mini trademark request

Python wins trademark dispute, rival stops calling itself "Python"

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The Python Software Foundation recently went public with a battle against a company in Europe that was trying to claim a trademark over the name used for more than two decades by one of the world's most popular programming languages. Just a little over a month later, the Python...
Python wins trademark dispute, rival stops calling itself "Python"

Salesforce Bows To Peer Pressure, Withdraws 'Social Enterprise' Trademark Application

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So much for that. In a victory for all of us who find the idea of trying to trademark generic-sounding terms tedious — and a victory, too, for those who actually work in the world of social enterprise — Salesforce.com has announced that it has withdrawn its applications to trademark...
Salesforce Bows To Peer Pressure, Withdraws 'Social Enterprise' Trademark Application

Apple Files for iOS "Reminders" Icon Trademark

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On April 4, 2012, the US Patent & Trademark Office published Apple's latest trademark application for their "Reminders" App icon under application 85585420. Apple's Reminders App lets users organize everything they have to do by deadline, priority, location, or custom-made lists. And as ......
Apple Files for iOS "Reminders" Icon Trademark

Google files a complaint over the GooglePlay.com domain name

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Tweet Google introduced Google Play earlier this week and one of the key missing pieces for the online launch was the domain name GooglePlay.com.  That’s because the name has been owned by someone else and not the search engine giant for years. But Google isn’t wasting any time trying to...
Google files a complaint over the GooglePlay.com domain name

USPTO nixes Apple trademark application for iPad mini

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office has rejected Apple's application for a trademark on the term "iPad mini," it was revealed recently. In a letter sent to Apple on January 24 ó but only recently made public ó the USPTO said that the addition of "mini" to "iPad" was...
USPTO nixes Apple trademark application for iPad mini

Yahoo! preps launch of Axis, a combined search and browsing product

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According to LAUNCH, Yahoo! is set to release its own browser, called Axis, tonight at 9PM PT. Our own Robin Wauters stumbled onto Yahoo’s trademark application for Axis last December, wondering what it was. Here’s a demo of the browser in action: From the demo, which oddly has a timestamp...
Yahoo! preps launch of Axis, a combined search and browsing product

U.S. patent office retracts rejection of Apple's iPad Mini trademark

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) last week reversed itself, withdrawing a rejection of Apple's trademark application for "iPad Mini," according to a document published by the agency....
U.S. patent office retracts rejection of Apple's iPad Mini trademark

Is Amazon working on its own version of AppleCare for Kindle products?

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Amazon may be considering extended warranty and repair services similar to Apple’s AppleCare, according to two trademark application the company filed earlier this month. The applications also suggest that the company may expand its Kindle brand far beyond the current segment of tablets and ebook readers. On December 13, the...
Is Amazon working on its own version of AppleCare for Kindle products?

Apple seeks China trademark on iPad design

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Apple's attempting to trademark the likeness of the iPad in China with a new trademark application. Apple nabbed the name in 2012. [Read more]...
Apple seeks China trademark on iPad design

Meet The 25-Year-Old Who Saved “SEO” From Being Trademarked

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Back in April 2008, a man began his attempt to trademark SEO, his name was Jason Gambert. Today I learned, Gambert’s claim to register a trademark on the term “SEO” was formally blocked. It may come to a surprise to you that this trademark application was blocked only because of...
Meet The 25-Year-Old Who Saved “SEO” From Being Trademarked

Facebook files for 'Ringmark' and 'fMC' trademarks in the US

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Social networking giant Facebook has filed three new applications for trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) last week. Two of them were for Ringmark, the mobile browser test suite Facebook introduced back in February 2012 at the Mobile World Congress. Little known Ringmark is a browser...
Facebook files for 'Ringmark' and 'fMC' trademarks in the US

Is Apple Thinking of Challenging Google's Picasa?

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The US Patent & Trademark Office published Apple's latest trademark application relating to their figurative, non-textual "iPhoto for iOS" logo. There's specific verbiage in one of the trademark classifications that would strongly suggest that Apple may be secretly working on a service to challenge Google's Picas and similar type of...
Is Apple Thinking of Challenging Google's Picasa?

Apple Files For “iTunes Live” Trademark

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Apple has been filing applications for quite a number of trademarks lately, most of which get rigorously tracked and dissected by sites like PatentlyApple.com, among others. But somehow, the most recent applications filed by Apple trademark correspondent Lisa G. Widup have gone unnoticed. Until today. Looks like Apple earlier...
Apple Files For “iTunes Live” Trademark

Apple Files New iChat Trademark while transitioning to "Messages"

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The US Patent & Trademark Office published Apple's latest trademark application for "iChat." The new filing updates the underlying International Class foundation for iChat so as to better protect it going forward. Then again, going forward may have a limited time frame. Apple's new "Messages" Beta is now available for...
Apple Files New iChat Trademark while transitioning to "Messages"
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