iPads Should Be Pulled From Shops, Lower Chinese Court Says

Apple’s legal battle with Proview over the iPad patent got a little more troubling for the company today as a lower Chinese court ruled that stores in China should stop selling iPads. While this ruling may only affect the Guangdong…

Porn Company Vivid Threatens Legal Action Over HTC’s New Smartphone

The brand new HTC Vivid smartphone boasts a dual-core processor, a 4.5 inch super LCD display and 4G LTE. And according to a high-profile porn producer, it’s a trademark violation. Vivid Entertainment Group, the U.S. porn studio that brought you…

Twitter Will Finally Own The Word “Tweet”

Did you know that as of right now, Twitter doesn’t have the trademark for the word “tweet?” That’s all about to change, however, as the social media service is about to secure the trademark from its current owner – Twittad.…

Google Fends Off Android Trademark Suit

While a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, Google will not have to see if the same concept applies in the case of its mobile operating system.  A judge has thrown out an Android trademark lawsuit and given Google the right to continue using the word "android."

Facebook Tries To Own “Face” And “Book”

As you may have read, Facebook is suing Teachbook for using the word "book" and being a competitor. To put it in Facebook’s exact words, the company’s Director of Policy Communications, Barry Schnitt, tells WebProNews: