Originally Posted by I am a Zither Zather Zuzz
IIRC, the Hong Kong company is bankrupt. It is the eSchenzen company which owns the trademark in China.
Well it is still being decided whether that is true or not!
Originally Posted by haar
this person wants to force Insolvency so that, they can then turn around and say that apple bought the trademark at a under-value so that Trustee in backruptcy can take it back and resell it for it's...
Originally Posted by anakin1992
i am not following you. the picture in the article said proview closed and building is empty and deserted. do you see any idling chinese workers in the building? a closed factory is the sign that...
Originally Posted by jcsegenmd
As a long-term fanboy, I usually side with apple, but on this one, they overstepped the line. While what Apple did to procure the name may be correct, it ain't right. The right thingin my view, for...
Originally Posted by Pendergast
According to the original article, there is a complaint that Apple's special purpos entity told Proview via email that they would not be competing with Proview.
I'm not saying the iPad competes...
By the way I am not making a judgement whether the above is fair or not, it is just how it is.
Personally I hope this gets resolved soon as I want to be able to buy the new iPad3 in China without having to pay scalpers fees or waiting...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China is officially part of the People's Republic of China but I don't know if it's legally, as in, laws of Hong Hong...
Originally Posted by ericcook
I bought an Ipod touch in August. The other day I pulled out the charger and a black piece fell out. As I compared it to my wife's ipod, I noticed it was the seating case to the charger. Since then,...
Originally Posted by island hermit
... but Apple can afford to do it and even if the other tech companies don't bring, or can't afford to bring, jobs back to America, Apple should do it on principal.