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Sep 26, 2013
Apple can now use iPhone name in Brazil after winning lawsuitApple’s troubles in Brazil are finally over. According to CNET, Judge Eguardo de Brito Fernandes ruled against Brazilian company IGB Electronica for use
Mar 25, 2013
FYI: FinMin cuts interest rates on PPF, NSC, postal depositsRate of interest in case of various small savings schemes for the financial year 2013-14 have been revised with effect from 1st April, 2013.
Feb 14, 2013
Apple loses iPhone trademark in BrazilBrazilian regulators have officially declared that Apple does not have exclusive rights to use the "iPhone" trademark in the country.
Feb 06, 2013
Apple has to let go of ‘iPhone’ name in Brazil: reportsBrazil's copyright regulator is all set to strip Apple of the right to use its iPhone trademark in Latin America's biggest market. The regulators
Nov 05, 2012
Apple loses injunction bid in Mexico against iFone brandApple’s injunction bid in Mexico against iFone, a local brand, has brought it defeat, after a court found the name iPhone to be “too phonetically similar to iFone”
Aug 09, 2012
Taiwan man accuses Apple over FaceTimeLatest reports coming in confirm that Apple's popular FaceTime application has run into rough waters...
Jul 20, 2012
New iPad goes on sale in China after suit settledApple released its newest iPad in China on Friday after settling a lawsuit over ownership of its name and requiring buyers to place orders in advance ...
Jul 05, 2012
Get in line: one Apple store per 216 million ChineseApple Inc has more retail stores in Pennsylvania than in all of China - where it earns a fifth of its revenue - and a slow pace of expansion may cost the ...
Jul 03, 2012
Apple pays $60 million to settle China iPad trademark disputeApple Inc has paid $60 million to Proview Technology (Shenzhen) to end a protracted legal dispute over the iPad trademark ...
Jul 02, 2012
Apple pays $60 million to settle China iPad trademark disputeA Chinese court says Apple has agreed to pay a local company $60 million to settle a dispute over ownership of the iPad name.