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Liquid Metal announces shipment of amorphous alloy parts on iPad 3 launch

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Liquidmetal Technologies just announced that it has begun shipment of commercial parts to unnamed customers around the world. The announcement of the Delaware-headquartered company is conveniently timed just two hours before Apple unveils its third-generation iPad at a media even in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The press...
Liquid Metal announces shipment of amorphous alloy parts on iPad 3 launch

Shanghai court rejects Proview injunction, okays the sale of Apple iPads

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The legal tussle between Apple and Proview over the iPad has swung in Cupertino's direction. According to Ximin News, a Shanghai court has rebuffed Proview's demand for an injunction halting the sale of the Apple tablet due to licensing issues. The Pudong New Area People's Court made the decision...
Shanghai court rejects Proview injunction, okays the sale of Apple iPads

Proview Seeking to Cut Off Apple's Worldwide Supply of iPads

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Earlier this week, we noted that Chinese authorities had begun seizing iPad stocks from a small number of retailers over Apple's alleged infringement of a disputed "iPad" trademark. Apple claims that it purchased the Chinese rights to the trademark several years ago, but the original owner Proview and Chinese courts...
Proview Seeking to Cut Off Apple's Worldwide Supply of iPads

Proview: “We are now preparing for negotiations with Apple”

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Cash-strapped display maker Proview that sued Apple over the iPad moniker in China feels it has the Cupertino, California-headquartered gadget giant right where it wants them, cornered against the wall. Just as the Intermediate People’s Court in Huizhou ruled last Friday that local distributors should stop selling iPads in China,...
Proview: “We are now preparing for negotiations with Apple”

Apple’s iPad trademark issues in China may extend to a complete trade ban

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Apple could face a complete ban on the import and export of its iPad tablet in China after a Chinese technology firm which claims to own the ‘iPad’ trademark said it will seek a ban on shipments of the device. A laywer representing Proview Technology, the firm at the center...
Apple’s iPad trademark issues in China may extend to a complete trade ban

Apple faces wait for iPad trademark decision as Proview fights creditors

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Apple’s position in the iPad trademark lawsuit is set to become a little more complicated after it was revealed this morning that Chinese creditors have appealed for Taiwanese electronic firm Proview to be put into liquidation, freezing the case in accordance with Chinese law. WantChinaTimes reports that Proview creditor Fubon Insurance...
Apple faces wait for iPad trademark decision as Proview fights creditors

Hong Kong court allegedly sides with Apple in iPad name dispute

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If you've been following the latest bub around the hub, you may remember Apple's recent scuff with Shenzhen-based Proview Technology -- the Chinese outfit that holds the local trademark on the name "iPad." Not only did Apple lose a trademark lawsuit for the iPad name, but some time later...
Hong Kong court allegedly sides with Apple in iPad name dispute

Chinese Companies Are Now Squatting On Every Available Trademark

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SHANGHAI (AP) — iPotato, isock, icouch, istove, i-you-name-it. An Internet search for "i'' words from A to Z will turn up just about any combination you might think up, from all over the world, only a handful of them related to Apple Inc. Given its penchant for "iproducts," Apple's...
Chinese Companies Are Now Squatting On Every Available Trademark

Apple's iPad trademark row ratchets up as Chinese firm seeks tablets seizure

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Shenzhen Proview Technology says it owns iPad name in China and wants customs officials to ban import and export of devicesA Chinese company says it will ask customs officials to ban imports and exports of Apple's iPads over a trademark dispute.All iPads are manufactured in China, thus global sales of...
Apple's iPad trademark row ratchets up as Chinese firm seeks tablets seizure
Proview tries to block iPads from coming in or going out of China

Who Really Owns the iPad Trademark in China?

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The hearing that could determine ownership of the iPad trademark in China kicked off this morning with a broad rehash of the battle we’ve seen play out in the media the past few weeks: Apple arguing it Proview Technology’s worldwide rights to the iPad trademark several years ago, and Proview...
Who Really Owns the iPad Trademark in China?
Proview calls for iPad export ban without a hint of irony

Surprise -- Proview's Ready to Talk Settlement With Apple

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Proview's Shenzhen HeadquartersProview, the bankrupt company embroiled in a pitched battle with Apple over the Chinese rights to the iPad trademark, says it’s willing to negotiate out of court to reach a settlement. On the eve of a hearing that would determine whether or not an injunction against iPad sales...
Surprise -- Proview's Ready to Talk Settlement With Apple

Saavn, India’s Spotify, dances to a different tune

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“Almost everybody does iOS first and Android second,” remarked Rishi Malhotra when I met him in San Francisco recently. But Saavn, the Indian music service whose President and COO Malhotra is, took a different route and started with Android. An iPhone app did come next, but Saavn doesn’t stop there:...
Saavn, India’s Spotify, dances to a different tune

Fighting Proview in Shanghai court, Apple highlights iPad’s benefits to China’s economy

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An important update as a Shaghai court hearing this morning confronted Shenzen, China-based LCD display maker Proview  and Apple of California, the maker of the widely popular iPad tablet. The high-profile hearing drew more than a hundred reporters. As you know, Proview is dreaming about a multi-billion dollar settlement for...
Fighting Proview in Shanghai court, Apple highlights iPad’s benefits to China’s economy

Apple fights for iPad trademark in China’s largest city

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Apple Store in Shanghai The fight over whether Apple has the right to sell the iPad in China continued Wednesday in Shanghai, China’s most populous city and one of the most important places for Apple doing business in the country. Chinese manufacturer Proview wants to ban the iPad from all...
Apple fights for iPad trademark in China’s largest city

Apple and Proview trade blows in a Shanghai courtroom

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In a fractious four-hour hearing, both sides were admonished by the judge Proview's i-Pad The world’s most valuable company and a troubled Chinese electronics manufacturer that’s about to be delisted from the Hong Kong stock exchange unless it can come up with some cash squared off in a Shanghai courtroom...
Apple and Proview trade blows in a Shanghai courtroom

Apple claims backing for rights to Chinese iPad trademark

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Apple has broken its usual silence on legal matters to defend its assertion to the iPad trademark in China, a China Daily report indicates. "We bought Proviewís worldwide rights to the iPad trademark in 10 different countries several years ago. Proview refuses to honor their agreement with Apple, and a...
Apple claims backing for rights to Chinese iPad trademark
Apple says that Proview refuses to honor their agreement to transfer iPad trademark
Apple defends rights to iPad name in Shanghai court

Apple, Proview Talking Settlement in iPad Trademark Spat

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Apple’s battle with Proview over the rights to the iPad trademark in China may end up in a settlement after all. According to Proview attorney Xie Xianghui, mediation talks between the two companies are progressing, albeit slowly. “We feel that the attitude of Apple has changed,” Xie told China’s government...
Apple, Proview Talking Settlement in iPad Trademark Spat

iPad Import/Export Ban Application In China Could Hurt Or Cost Apple

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Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) could soon be forced to withdraw production from China not by ethical concerns but by a legal dispute, if a claimant to the “iPad” trademark holder gets its way. Proview, which this week successfully applied to have government officials seize 45 iPads from a single city...
iPad Import/Export Ban Application In China Could Hurt Or Cost Apple

Apple's Battle Over China iPad Trademark Evidently Interminable

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Apple’s battle with Proview over the iPad trademark in China continues to drag on with no end yet in sight. It’s been a little over three months since Apple appealed to the Higher People’s Court of Guangzhou a lower Chinese court ruling that found it erroniously purchased the iPad China...
Apple's Battle Over China iPad Trademark Evidently Interminable

How Apple snookered Proview to get the iPad trademark

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Fresh details of the subterfuge emerge in a U.S. lawsuit. Apple doesn’t deny any of it. Steve Jobs unveils the iPad. Image: Apple Inc. Here’s how Apple (AAPL) allegedly got Proview International Holdings to sell them the iPad trademark 35 days before Steve Jobs unveiled the device at a San...
How Apple snookered Proview to get the iPad trademark
Take a Look at Some of Apple's Evidence in Proview iPad Dispute
Chinese court orders ban on Apple’s iPad

Lower Chinese court rules distributors should stop selling iPads in China

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Pictured above: Proview’s iMac-like computer named iPAD, released 12 years ago. The latest in an ongoing iPad trademark dispute in China comes as Shenzen-based Proview claims a small victory in its pursue of a $2 billion compensation from Apple over the use of the iPad moniker in China. According to...
Lower Chinese court rules distributors should stop selling iPads in China

Why Would Google Offer $1B For Music Rights? Because The Return Could Be Much Bigger

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It's no secret that Google's music locker service is struggling, but the company still seems committed to making it a success. To do so, they'll need to do big things, and break through the barriers that the record industry places in their path. Music columnist Wayne Rosso reports that an...
Why Would Google Offer $1B For Music Rights? Because The Return Could Be Much Bigger

The price of the iPad name in China has gone up to $2B

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Chinese vendor Proview apparently owns rights to the iPad trademark in China, and it has two billion reasons not to honor its prior agreement with Apple as the Wall Street Journal cited a representative of Proview creditors who suggested compensation from Apple “could range as high as $2 billion,”...
The price of the iPad name in China has gone up to $2B
Apple gets Hong Kong court’s favor in “iPad” trademark suit
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