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It’s not just Apple: Facebook may face trademark woes in China

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As Apple feels the pressurefrom Chinese authorities over its disputed iPad trademark case against Proview, other technology companies — including Facebook — have begun questioning the legitimacy of their intellectual property in the country. The social networking giant has been active in China, already filing 61 trademark applications on the...
It’s not just Apple: Facebook may face trademark woes in China

Apple May Actually Lose iPad Trademark Case in China

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Apple is in danger of losing the iPad trademark in China. Reuters reports that the deputy director of China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce is siding with Proview Electronics, a local Chinese tech company, which registered the iPad trademark back in 2000. The deputy director is the first government...
Apple May Actually Lose iPad Trademark Case in China

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

Tim Cook Is Doing What Steve Jobs Never Did -- Visiting China As Apple's CEO (AAPL)

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Tim Cook has been spotted in an Apple Store in Beijing's Xidan province, reports The Next Web. Cook isn't a stranger to the country -- Steve Jobs notably sent him there when trouble started brewing with Foxconn, but this marks the first time that an active Apple CEO has...
Tim Cook Is Doing What Steve Jobs Never Did -- Visiting China As Apple's CEO (AAPL)

Apple wins 'iBooks' trademark case leveled by book publisher in 2011

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A U.S. district court judge on Wednesday handed down a summary pro-Apple judgement in a case involving the "iBooks" trademark, finding the plaintiff, book publisher Black Tower Press, does not own the rights to the moniker.    ...
Apple wins 'iBooks' trademark case leveled by book publisher in 2011
iPhone, iFone, and Apple's Mexican trademark standoff: what's really going on

Microsoft Denies Claims of Imminent Launch of Office for iPad

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Earlier today, a report from The Daily claimed that Microsoft has a "working prototype" of its Office suite for iPad, with the app reportedly set to be submitted to Apple for App Store approval "soon". The New York Times now reports that Microsoft has issued a statement denying at least...
Microsoft Denies Claims of Imminent Launch of Office for iPad

iPad Issues in China: Amazon Not an Authorized Retailer, Apple's Victory in Hong Kong Trademark Case

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Earlier today, we noted that the iPad had been pulled from sale at online retailers Amazon China and Suning.com, with the development coming just days after authorities had seized some iPads over a trademark dispute involving the "iPad" name. At the time of the removal, an Amazon China spokesperson indicated...
iPad Issues in China: Amazon Not an Authorized Retailer, Apple's Victory in Hong Kong Trademark Case

New Dropbox SDK Satisfies App Store Review Guidelines

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Last week, we noted that several iOS developers were seeing their apps being rejected from the App Store for their inclusion of Dropbox integration that could allow users to sign up for Dropbox accounts and purchase extra Dropbox space. Dropbox moved quickly in attempting to roll out a new SDK...
New Dropbox SDK Satisfies App Store Review Guidelines
California judge dismisses Proview's iPad trademark case
Indiegogo Fires Back at FunnyJunk Lawyer Charles Carreon, Calls Lawsuit ‘Frivolous’

Apple Bringing Notes and Reminders to iCloud.com?

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As noted by Steven Stroughton-Smith (via 9to5Mac), Apple appears to be testing a revised iCloud.com portal at beta.icloud.com that shows two additional icons for Notes and Reminders in the background of the login screen. The standard iCloud.com portal displays only icons for Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Find My iPhone, and iWork....
Apple Bringing Notes and Reminders to iCloud.com?

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

Understanding Timelines Inc's trademark case against Facebook

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Facebook and Timelines Inc. begin trial today in a case over the social network’s “timeline” profile feature, which Timelines says infringes on its trademark over the word “Timelines.” Timelines Inc. operates Timelines.com, a website for people to create and collaborate on historical timelines. The company sued Facebook in September 2011 after...
Understanding Timelines Inc's trademark case against Facebook

Chinese Company Holding the iPad Trademark in Trouble

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A Chinese court on Wednesday heard a Taiwanese company's appeal to liquidate Proview Technology which has been in legal disputes with Apple over the use of the iPad trademark. If they lose, say analysts, the iPad trademark case against Apple could be brought to an abrupt halt....
Chinese Company Holding the iPad Trademark in Trouble

Apple Running New Celebrity Television Ad Featuring Martin Scorsese

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Apple has released a new television ad featuring the iPhone 4S and Siri, featuring legendary film director Martin Scorsese. The director uses Siri to reschedule appointments, find where a friend is, and see how traffic is in Manhattan. The ad is the fourth in Apple's series of celebrity television ads...
Apple Running New Celebrity Television Ad Featuring Martin Scorsese

Apple seeks appeal in iPad trademark case in China

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Apple wants a Chinese court to hear its case against a local company for allegedly infringing on the use of the iPad name. The case was tossed out of court last month....
Apple seeks appeal in iPad trademark case in China

Apple Makes Settlement Offer in iPad Trademark Case, But 'Big Gap' Remains

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Xinhua reports on comments from a Proview lawyer claiming that Apple has for the first time put forth a settlement offer in the dispute over the "iPad" trademark in China. The offer came as part of settlement talks suggested by the court overseeing the case."We feel that the attitude of...
Apple Makes Settlement Offer in iPad Trademark Case, But 'Big Gap' Remains

Microsoft loses SkyDrive trademark suit to BSkyB in Europe

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Microsoft has lost a trademark case in the United Kingdom over the branding of its cloud storage service. The ruling, which covers both the UK itself and the European Union, states that Microsoft infringed on British Sky Broadcasting's trademark of the Sky brand with SkyDrive, which could impact the way...
Microsoft loses SkyDrive trademark suit to BSkyB in Europe

Shanghai Court Denies Injunction Against iPad Sales in Proview Trademark Dispute

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Reuters reports that a Shanghai court has declined to issue an injunction that would have barred sales of Apple's iPad in the city, a ruling that is part of the dispute between Apple and Proview Technology over the trademark on the iPad name. Early reports had painted the decision as...
Shanghai Court Denies Injunction Against iPad Sales in Proview Trademark Dispute

China seeks settlement in Apple, Proview 'iPad' trademark case

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A Chinese court said it is pushing for settlement talks between Proview and Apple in the ongoing ‘IPAD’ trademark dispute. But Apple is not likely to bow down to such demands....
China seeks settlement in Apple, Proview 'iPad' trademark case
Apple pays Proview $60 million in iPad trademark case settlement

Apple v. Samsung: Apple says Samsung is free-riding on $1 billion in marketing

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Apple's Philip Schiller was one of the witnesses to take the stand today. June 8, 2009 - Source: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA—Apple's ambitious patent and trademark case against Samsung got into full swing on Friday, as two Apple executives took the stand, testifying about the...
Apple v. Samsung: Apple says Samsung is free-riding on $1 billion in marketing

iTunes in the Cloud for Music Rolling Out in Japan, iTunes Match Coming Soon?

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It has been just over a month since Apple's last round of expansion for its iTunes Match service, but it appears that the company may be preparing to add Japan to the mix. As noted by Macotakara, the "iTunes in the Cloud" music component has gone live in Japan, with...
iTunes in the Cloud for Music Rolling Out in Japan, iTunes Match Coming Soon?

Foxconn Chief Reportedly Making Preparations for Apple Television Set

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China Daily briefly notes (via How To Arena) that Foxconn chairman Terry Gou directly addressed the topic of Apple's rumored television set yesterday at a news conference in Shanghai marking the start of construction on a new company headquarters facility. Apple "iScreen" concept by CiccareseDesign According to the report, Gou...
Foxconn Chief Reportedly Making Preparations for Apple Television Set

Proview fights for iPad trademark all the way to bankruptcy

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It’s a lot harder to pursue a trademark case when you’re bankrupt. And that could soon be the scenario faced by Proview, the Taiwanese company that is asserting it — and not Apple — owns the iPad trademark in China. The Associated Press reports Monday that Fubon Insurance, a Proview...
Proview fights for iPad trademark all the way to bankruptcy

U.S. Mac Demand Soft in January as Customers Wait for Updated Models

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Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster is out with a new report today citing data from research firm NPD on U.S. sales of Macs. According to the data, Apple's U.S. Mac sales were up only 1% year-over-year in January, tracking behind predictions that have called for roughly 20% year-over-year growth for...
U.S. Mac Demand Soft in January as Customers Wait for Updated Models

T-Mobile USA Blames Lack of iPhone for Customer Loss in 4Q 2011

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T-Mobile USA today announced earnings results for the fourth quarter of 2011, revealing a net loss of over 800,000 contract subscribers during the quarter. The carrier, which is now the only one of the four major U.S. carriers to not carry the iPhone, specifically blamed the launch of the iPhone...
T-Mobile USA Blames Lack of iPhone for Customer Loss in 4Q 2011

Apple Extends Deadline for Sandboxing of Mac App Store Apps to June 1

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Apple today announced that it has extended the deadline for Mac App Store apps to implement sandboxing until June 1. The requirement had been set to go into effect on March 1 after already having been delayed from last November, but continued uncertainty about implementation and its effects on app...
Apple Extends Deadline for Sandboxing of Mac App Store Apps to June 1

Amazon requests judge throw out Apple's "App Store" trademark case

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Following Apple launching a lawsuit against Amazon in March 2011 over use of the “App Store” trademark, today we get an update on the case with Amazon requesting the claim be thrown out in a filing with the U.S. District Court in Oakland. Reuters reported that Amazon has asked a...
Amazon requests judge throw out Apple's "App Store" trademark case
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