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Apple may be close to resolving Brazilian iPhone trademark fight

Apple and Brazil's IGB Eletronica have apparently agreed to settle their legal battle over the iPhone name, says a Brazilian news site.

By March 11, 2013

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Brazilian electronics company offers up the 'IPHONE'

IGB Eletronica launches a device line it calls the "IPHONE," claiming that it has rights to use the name through 2018.

By December 18, 2012

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Amazon in talks to acquire Brazilian bookseller, report says

The e-retailer's move might be an effort to increase its presence in Latin America.

By October 18, 2012

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Correction: Brazilian city names street 'Steve Jobs Avenue'

This report has been updated to correct the spelling of Sao Paulo and to note that Sao Paulo is Brazil's largest city, not its capital.

By April 12, 2012

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Brazilian city names street 'Steve Jobs Avenue'

The proposed address of the new Foxconn iPad manufacturing factory will be on a street recently renamed after the late Apple co-founder and CEO.

By April 12, 2012

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Brazilian designer shows VW how 'retro' is done (concept car Friday)

This Volkswagen Beetle design study by Brazilian designer Eduardo Oliveira features retro styling cues that are inspired by the classic 1960s vintage.

By June 25, 2010

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Brazilian bowl goes creepy crawly

Centipede bowl from the MoMA Design Store has movable parts and a unique look.

By May 19, 2009

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Brazilian Girls, 'Good Time': Free MP3 of the Day

The infectious vocals of Italian expatriate Sabina Sciubba are at the forefront of the swooping harmonies, adding to the music's seductiveness. Download a free MP3 of "Good Time" courtesy of CNET Download Music.

By August 22, 2008

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Brazilian charged in U.S. in connection with operating botnet

U.S. grand-jury indictment alleges that Brazilian man had a role in a botnet made up of more than 100,000 infected computers designed to send spam.

By August 21, 2008

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Microsoft gouging Brazilians for 20 percent of income

Microsoft pillages developing economies like Brazil with punitive pricing that stifles economic development. Is there any wonder that anti-Microsoft feeling is rife in Brazil?

By May 3, 2008