In what may be seen by Aussies as a Kangaroo court – or is that pandering too much – a Chinese court has ruled that a Chinese company can use the name IPHONE.
The court case between Apple and Amazon over the App Store trademark has ended with a settlement between the companies that leaves Amazon free to continue using the Appstore name.
A report published by Melbourne IT's digital brand services unit provides ammunition for those who suspect the expansion in the number of top level domains (TLDs) benefits the domain name industry rather than the Internet community as a whole.
Apple could face a charge of up to US$1.6 billion if it wants to continue using the iPad name for its popular tablet devices in mainland China after a significant copyright infringement court loss to a Hong Kong LCD maker.
In another trademark dispute, Apple is up in arms about the logo used by a Bonn cafe with a (fruity) apple theme.
Facebook's attempts to stop companies from using the words Face or Book in their trading and domain names has found a new target: the cheekily named Shagbook, accused of sneakily trading off Facebook's fame.
The Galaxy Tab is one of the best received tablets after the iPad. Is that partly due to its strong resemblance to Apple's tablet? The Cupertino company thinks the resemblance is too strong, and is taking Samsung to court over the matter.
Amazon has launched its Appstore for Android, with an innovative try-before-you-buy feature. Apple's response: a trademark infringement suit.
Apple's trademark application for the term 'App Store' has run into opposition from Microsoft.
The seller of a white iPhone 4 conversion kit has attracted more attention than he bargained for.
Skype's IPO document has revealed an ongoing legal confrontation with BSkyB, owner of the Sky trademark.
The news that Apple has applied for trademark protection for 'iTunes Live' has led to some of the silliest speculation we've seen in a long time. Why do so many people seem to think it has something to do with Apple's acquisition of Lala?
Apple's uncanny ability to get its own way goes up another notch in the legendary stakes as it does an unknown deal with Fujitsu to assign the entire interest in the iPad name over to the Captains of Crunch!
An iPad trademark relinquishment a day keeps the patent lawyers away as Fujitsu transfers the iPad trademark over to the kings of crunch, Apple.
The European Court of Justice has sided with Google in a case concerning trademarks and AdWords.
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