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1. Toy Makers' New Darlings: Tiny Critics on YouTube

16.69%
November 9, 2014
...views. Audrey, 11, speaks to tweens, frequently saying "cool" and "awesome." She also streaks her bobbed hair in a rainbow of colors and wears big jewelry and studded tees. Audrey's trademark reviewing mystery toy bags that are sold at places like Toys R Us. Julie Krueger, industry director of retail at Google, which owns YouTube, says the ...

2. Will It Be a Blue Holiday for Amazon?

21.7%
October 27, 2014
Amazon's trademark smile icon is becoming more of a grimace. The world's largest online retailer reported a wider third-quarter loss than analysts expected and gave a disappointing holiday forecast. ...

3. Dell Debuts SuperMassive 9800 Next-Gen Firewall

10.84%
October 14, 2014
...follow #DellWorld on Twitter. Twitter: .@Dell disrupts security market with intro of Dell SuperMassive 9800 next-gen firewall: #NGFW #DellPeak14: http://dell.to/1xzgEpH Dell is a trademark of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. [1] Gartner, “Benchmarks For Infrastructure Spending in the Midmarket,” J. Browning ...

4. Businesses with Name 'Isis' Fight Bad Brand Image

19.71%
October 6, 2014
...confusion with the group sometimes called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. "Isis" is part of more than 270 product, service or business names among active federal trademarks according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. But businesses are not required to register their names, so it is difficult to say how many companies use "Isis," which ...

5. Apple's Smartwatch: Timely Idea or Clocked Out?

16.79%
September 13, 2014
...out. "Apple has unique strengths to make something elegant and attractive," McQuivey said. He compared the Apple Watch to Apple's earlier innovations like the iPod and its trademark white earbuds. "They made it something you wanted to be seen carrying," he said. "You have (an iPod) just to make people see that you have ...

6. Legal Aid for Budding Tech Entrepreneurs

51.37%
September 10, 2014
...millionaires. Budding inventors and entrepreneurs whose dreams are bigger than their wallets -- and who can't afford the thousands in legal fees it costs to work up a patent or trademark application -- will soon be able to get no-cost legal assistance from leading intellectual property lawyers at Lincoln Law School of San Jose and their eager-beaver students. ...

7. Will Apple Finally Offer Wireless Charging?

25.8%
September 1, 2014
...of one major holdout: Apple, which has never outfitted its products with the parts necessary for wireless charging. But that could soon change. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office on Thursday published an application filed in early 2013 by Apple for a patent on wireless charging technology that shows how it could be used on a smartwatch ...

8. Apple Takes a Hit from Patent Office in Samsung Fight

25.85%
August 8, 2014
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week rejected multiple claims from Apple over one its patents, including one that Apple recently accused Samsung of infringing, according to a court filing. The decisions could ...

9. Apple's iOS 8 Reportedly Will Update Maps, Add Healthbook

23.94%
March 17, 2014
...as blood pressure, hydration levels, heart rate and other indicators. An Apple patent application with a new approach to optimizing pedometer functions was recently published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Reports also indicated that the app will have an interface resembling a stack of cards, not unlike Apple's Passbook app for coupons and loyalty cards. ...

10. Microsoft, on a Rebranding Streak, Renames Office Web Apps

27.77%
February 20, 2014
...from SkyDrive on Wednesday included several feature improvements, including improved video sharing and updated mobile apps. Microsoft changed the name for its cloud storage service after a trademark dispute with British broadcasting company BSkyB over the original SkyDrive name. The name OneDrive echoes the One Microsoft mantra that outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer has emphasized, where ...

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