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How To Select A Trademark.

What a Trademark is and What it Does.

A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or device, or combination , used to identify and distinguish the goods or services of one trademark owner from those of another. 547 more words

Work And No Play

800 million Twitpic photos to vanish from the web Saturday

TORONTO – Some of Twitter’s most defining moments have been shared through images; from the U.S. Airways plane that landed on the Hudson River, to the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that crippled the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. 647 more words

Tech

Weird inventions that made millions - #7

It’s Funky Friday, everyone! Here’s some more inspiration for you inventors…

The Koosh Ball

Chains of paperclips, balls of rubber bands and piles of Post-it notes scattered throughout schools and workplaces everywhere silently attest that fidgety boredom, not necessity, is the mother of invention. 115 more words

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New Domain Names .PT with two characters only

The registration of domain names under.pt has been limited to names with a minimum of 3 alphanumeric characters. However, in accordance to the Registration Rules amended on 16-06-2014, this limitation will expire on 31 October 2014. 239 more words

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Fund and Done: Avoiding IP Risks in Crowdfunding Campaigns

Today, I posted on the Washington Lawyers for the Arts Blog about domestic and cross-border IP risks in crowdfunding campaigning. Particularly, I discussed how a US biotech company’s recent… 31 more words

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Keeping Up With the Kardashian's Trademark Lawsuit

Whether you love, hate, or are indifferent to the Kardashian franchise, the Kardashian sisters undeniably know how to market and brand themselves and their products.  In December 2012, the Kardashian sisters hoped to Kardazzle its consumers with their new makeup line, Khroma Beauty.  399 more words

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Nintendo Trademarks Virtual Boy And Polarium In Europe

Nintendo has registered a couple of new trademarks in Europe. The trademarks are related to Nintendo’s ill-fated Virtual Boy and also Nintendo DS title, Polarium. Hopefully this means that we may see Virtual Boy games on the Virtual Console, but it could be that Nintendo is simply protecting their trademarks. 8 more words

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