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Just last week news broke of Microsoft's plans to launch an official store in Brazil. Now it appears this is a part of a larger retail push with the rebranding of Nokia stores throughout the country.
The phasing out of the Nokia brand from Microsoft's device range looks set to kick up a gear, as the company begins the next stage in its transition from 'Nokia Lumia' to 'Microsoft Lumia' handsets.
YouView - the UK's hybrid TV service that combines Freeview channels with IPTV - may be forced to rebrand after the High Court ruled that its name is "confusingly similar" to the 'YourView' trademark.
Samsung announced yesterday that it would be completely "rebranding Heathrow Terminal 5 as 'Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5'" - but an airport spokesperson says Samsung is merely renting existing ad space.
The sky's the limit for Samsung's marketing machine, as the company will next week completely rebrand London Heathrow's fifth terminal as 'Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5' to promote its newest flagship.
Hints at new branding for Xbox, Bing, Skype and Yammer, and a look at some of the design process for Microsoft's new brand identity system, feature in a video entitled 'The Re-Imagining Of Microsoft'.
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Hulu may have reimagined television content on the Internet almost three years ago, but lately the video-on-demand website's business has not been doing as well as its owners would have liked. And now The Wallstreet...
Remember over a year ago when Microsoft made a $47.5 billion dollar offer to acquire Yahoo!, the second biggest search engine in the United States? Former CEO Jerry Yang rejected the deal which ultimately led...
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