Trademark

LG G Pen trademark filing sparks hope of a Galaxy Note rival

LG has just filed for a new trademark that has some people speculating and probably even hoping for the Korean OEM's next move. Simply called the LG G Pen, some have taken this to be signs of a stylus-enabled device from LG, similar to rival Samsung's Galaxy Note family. But the trademark is so generic and vague that it remains open to interpretation, and LG's latest stylus attempt doesn't exactly inspire confidence either.

Samsung files trademark for ‘Galaxy Note Edge’, hints at new tech?

It is understood that South Korean smartphone giant Samsung has filed a number of new trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), these are for new names including the “Galaxy Note Edge”, “Alterna”, and “Audition”. Now, all of you Samsung fans calm the heck down – this is not tantamount to an announcement of a new Galaxy Note device yet. But it looks like Samsung is at least making the name available for them to use.

Motorola trademarks Moto Maxx name

Let the guessing game begin! Over at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Motorola has filed for a trademark for a certain "Moto Maxx" name. Though the exact nature of the device is still unknown, the name has usually been applied to a smartphone. But what kind of smartphone will bear this already familiar brand?

Samsung trademarks hint at new devices, lineup

Samsung has trademarked three names with the USPTO, which could signal a few new devices in tow. The “Galaxy Adore”, “Galaxy S Fitness”, and Galaxy V:” (not a typo) have all been registered, and the ‘Galaxy’ naming hints at devices. The patent wasn’t forthcoming with specifics about how or where these names would find use for Samsung, though.

Company attempts to enforce “Flappy” trademark pending approval

Soon the word "flappy" will have a different connotation altogether. Although the game that started it all has officially gone away, its legacy remains with sometimes ridiculous consequences. Now a company is trying to get game developers to drop their flappy names because it claims to own the trademark that it applied for just a month ago.
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