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The Korean mobile phone maker sends a signal that it could be looking to launch a wider range of gadgets, according to PocketDroid.
Apple faces trademark trouble in the U.S., U.K., parts of Europe, and China, where other companies hold the trademark for the name "iWatch."
Trademark filings for Apple's much-rumored smartwatch are wending their way around the globe.
The software giant's cloud storage service infringes the trademark name of BSkyB, one of the largest broadcasters in Europe, the U.K.'s High Court in London rules.
The fruit-flavoured tech giant has applied for the name in Japan, fuelling speculation that it's plotting a watch gadget.
The iPhone maker seeks to protect the term, which it says describes a product categorized as a handheld computer or watch device, Bloomberg reports.
Speculation on the launch of an Apple watch takes off after a Russian newspaper reports the company has filed for a trademark on "iWatch."
Small publisher claimed it had acquired the trademark before Apple began using it to describe its e-reader platform.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has withdrawn its objections to an application from Apple seeking to trademark the iPad Mini name.
Timelines Inc. wins a small victory in its trademark infringement suit against the social network.