Microsoft files motion that calls the phrase "generic" and uses Steve Jobs' own words in its argument.
A trademark filing in the US means social network Facebook is a step closer to owning the word 'face'.
The Australian online start-up changes its name to Drinkle, following six months of negotiations with the search giant.
A Taiwanese company claims it owns the trademark in China and is trying to sell it to cover its debts, Financial Times says. Apple is reportedly disputing the sale.
Craft marketplace Etsy has become a hub for tribute art featuring everything from Justin Bieber to "Jersey Shore." That becomes complicated when fans are profiting off trademarked franchises.
Facebook is reportedly not only trying to trademark the word "book" but the word "face." Yet Apple owns the trademark for FaceTime. Might Cupertino object?
A company called Jedi Mind is being sued by George Lucas' film company over its references to the "Jedi Mind trick" to control a computer.
Hewlett-Packard acquires a trademark for the term "PalmPad," which is presumably the name of its rumored tablet computer running Palm's WebOS operating system.
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that an authorized Lexus dealer can use the word 'Lexus' in its Internet domain name.
Google, RIM, and HP now use the WebKit-based browser software underlying Safari. Perhaps that heightened interest is why Apple wants the trademark.