Originally Posted by Wiggin
So it's perfectly legit for Apple to trademark Multi-Touch. And note, they aren't laying claim to all uses of the word, only the use of the word to label a certain technology and it's...
Originally Posted by Ireland
Apple doesn't have a hope in hell of winning this one. They may as well try and Trademark® lower case 'i'.
They'll get it. It's hard to check common law trademarks, so registered trademarks are...
Originally Posted by melgross
None of that has anything to do with trademarks.
A company can still apply for one even if the term has been used before, but hasn't been trademarked.
Trademarks do not have to be registered in...
I'm sorry, but this is BS trademark abuse and it's probably going to get approved by idiots who don't know any better. As SpamSandwich noted the term "multi-touch" predates Apple use of it. It can, at the very least, be tracked...
OMG, free software, use teh red text! Use teh red tex!!!1!
But seriously, the iPhone and AppleTV are first generation products that are going to have noticeable inadequacies. Apple had better provide updated software with expanded...
Originally Posted by BlueDjinn
This has already been debunked.
It's a short article, but it gets straight to the point:
Democrats talked about bringing technology to...
Originally Posted by Clive At Five
Title Correction: Spoiled high school teens say they'll whine until their parents plunk down $500 for iPhone
Seriously! Where do kids get that kind of money??!?! I have a decent job and I...