Having applied for trademark registration back in July 2010, Apple has finally been granted the registered trademark status for its iTunes logo by Patent & Trademark Office of the United States, reports Patently Apple. Apple’s iTunes logo is now officially protected under a series of International Classes which includes coverage for such matters as social networking, telecom, retail and entertainment services.
While Tim Cook is currently visiting China to sort out a a few issues including the Proview Technology iPad trademark case, he must be relieved to find out that the company’a all-important iTunes logo is now legally theirs.
Other articles in the category: News
Twitter Source Code Released on GitHub for Transparency
Twitter's move to open source much of its code is part of its effort to foster transparency and build trust with its users, customers, and the general public, says Elon Musk’s company. "At Twitter 2.0, we believe that we have a responsibility, as the town square of the internet, to make our platform transparent," said...
How to Share Your Keynote Presentation via FaceTime
With FaceTime, you can use screen sharing to share your Keynote presentation with others and include presenter audio and video alongside your slides.
Apple Gangnam Opens in Seoul, South Korea
Apple Gangnam opened today in the heart of Seoul’s bustling, world-famous Gangnam District, where customers can now join free Today at Apple sessions.