Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Ipad ban proview

  • A Chinese tech firm that says it owns the iPad trademark, plans to seek a ban on exports of Apple Incs computer tablets iPhone and iPod.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • BEIJING -- A Chinese company said Tuesday it will ask customs officials to ban imports and exports of Apples iPads due to a dispute over ownership of the trademark.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • SHANGHAI: An electronics firm embroiled in a copyright row with Apple said on Tuesday it would ask Chinese customs to block iPad imports, as two cities pulled the tablet computers from some shops over the dispute.
  • (Economic Times)
  • The trademark dispute between Apple and a Chinese company called Proview Technology has escalated to the point that the Apple iPad could soon be removed from store shelves across China.
  • (Benzinga)
  • A lawyer for Shenzhen Proview Technology said Tuesday the company is preparing a request to block iPad shipments on the grounds that they violate Proviews ownership of the iPad trademark in China.
  • (Economic Times)
  • There was some welcome news for Apple in Asia this week after new figures revealed that the iPad is absolutely trouncing its rivals which Samsung was forced to modify after a sales ban in Germany. Samsung will be hoping its Android 4.
  • (Channel Register)

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