Samsung seems to be taking on LG and TCL in the rollable display segment as it filed a new trademark application with the European Union Intellectual Property Office for the name "Z Roll".
Microsoft has recently filed for renewal on its 'Fable' trademark, and the application was accepted today by the US Patent and Trademark Office. It also seems to be marked as 'intend to use'.
The screen technology behind the rumored Xperia XZ4 is believed to be called "CinemaWide," if a trademark filed by Sony in the EU is any indication. The display will likely have a 21:9 aspect ratio.
Samsung appears to be developing some kind of application for storing cryptocurrency and blockchain encryption keys, as evidenced by several trademark applications it filed in Europe this week.
Samsung has reportedly trademarked a new range of smartphones without the Galaxy branding in the UK. Details are scarce for now, but the supposed handsets are expected to be modest in terms of specs.
The name of the South Korean conglomerate's foldable flagship, due sometime next year, has been in flux. New trademarks filed by the company in the US suggest it may be called 'Flex'.
Those curious have dug up new trademarks filed by HMD Global. Perhaps the more interesting out of the pair is 'PureDisplay'. While there aren't any details behind the trademark, one can always dream.
It appears that HMD Global has purchased the "PureView" trademark from Microsoft. The revolutionary camera tech was used in various high-end devices including Lumia 920, 925, 1020, 1520, and 950/XL.
Over a week ago, an unofficial extension that brings Timeline integration to Chrome was taken down due to the "Windows" trademark. It has now finally been republished on the Chrome Web Store.
Windows Timeline Support, created by Dominic Maas, developer of SoundByte, has been removed from Chrome Web Store due to trademarking issues. The fixed version is still pending review.
Microsoft recently trademarked "Mixplay", which might be a play on the word Mixer- a streaming service that the company already owns. The trademark points to a video editing software for gamers.
The Galaxy S9 is expected to make its debut sometime within the next two months, and Samsung appears to be laying the groundwork with a trademark filing for a term that had been used with the S8.
According to new trademark filings by the online retail and commerce giant, Amazon may be considering its own video streaming service to rival Google's YouTube in light of their ongoing feud.
Samsung has filed for a rather peculiar trademark in the European Union called Couphone. Beyond the name, we have nothing in the way of details or leaks, so we are quite intrigued.
Apple has patented a sub-display fingerprint imaging technology based on acoustic imaging which could replace Touch ID in the near future and perhaps mark the end of the Home button.
Google may lose the trademark to its name as two individuals have petitioned the US Supreme Court to hear an appeal for reviewing the decision made by a lower court deeming 'Google' as non-generic.
HMD Global Oy, the company formed to make new Nokia devices, is set to bring the old Lumia/Nokia Camera UI to its new Android phones with a recent transfer of a UI trademark with Microsoft.
Days before the reveal of Xbox One X, a gaming-related trademark for a 'S' led many to believe the console may be called Scorpio. In fact, it was simply an update for the Xbox One S logo.
Ahead of its E3 2017 briefing, Microsoft has filed a trademark for "DirectReality", which reportedly covers "computer game software" and "computer software for holographic applications".
With its Project Scorpio console due to be unveiled next week, Microsoft has filed a trademark application for a mysterious 'S' logo, and the documentation confirms that it's related to gaming.
The excitement was riding high for the newly launched Essential, but it looks like there could be trouble on the horizon with accessory maker Spigen filing for trademark infringement.
Just over seven months after having changed its logo, Pandora has been slapped with a lawsuit by PayPal amidst claims that the music streaming service "adopted a blatantly infringing logo."
Samsung may be working on a new fitness wearable, dubbed the Gear Fit Pro, at least according to a recently spotted European trademark filing from the South Korean electronics giant.
A recent trademark filing in the European Union points to an AI project from Nokia. As per the document, Viki seems to be an AI digital assistant than can collate data and talk to users.
Apple has lost a trademark case in China over the name 'iPhone'. Instead, a handbags and leather goods firm has won the right to continue using the name on its products. Apple plans to appeal.
The latest controversy surrounding reaction videos highlights important issues now faced by YouTube uploaders. Let's forget about trademarks and concentrate on the links with Net Neutrality.
Apple is being sued by a Dublin-based company, which legally owns the trademark 'iWatch'. Apple uses this name in some of its online ads that appear on Google's search engine.
Microsoft has filed for a trademark for HoloPets, which may potentially be the official name for the virtual pets we saw at BUILD 2015 when Microsoft first demonstrated HoloLens.
A European court has blocked Microsoft's attempt to trademark Skype's name in the EU, on the grounds that it is too similar to Sky's - but the effects of the ruling do not require a Skype rebrand.
Apple raised a few eyebrows by naming its wearable device the 'Apple Watch', but even its CEO has referred to it as the iWatch - a name that the company registered as a trademark in several countries.
For the past six years, Twitter users have relied on TwitPic to host photos and videos. But after September 25th, they will have to look elsewhere, as the service will shut down indefinitely.
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.
The word 'selfie' was recognised by Oxford Dictionaries last year, but Huawei would rather you take a 'groufie' with its latest flagship, which features an 8MP front-facing camera with panoramic mode.
Microsoft has filed for "Delve" as a U.S. trademark under the "Software as a Service" catagory, but so far there's no evidence about how the trademark will be used by the company.
Microsoft has been quite busy in the past month on the trademark front, filing for several game software-related titles on the USPTO site. It's possible more details will be revealed at E3 2014.
Microsoft faces a fresh trademark dispute over its OneDrive brand, as cloud provider One.com tells Neowin that the name could "lead to confusion" and that it is "consulting trademark experts".
Microsoft has filed for a number of new trademarks that all include the word "Mod", such as "Office Mod" and "Windows Mod", but so far the company has not revealed its plans for the names.
Microsoft has filed a claim to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark the term "Tailgaming", which could be related to the company's upcoming Xbox One launch.
You know how Apple used to sue everyone with an "i" in front of their name? It looks like Fitbug is doing the same with the word "fit" as they claim trademark infringement against rival Fitbit.
Microsoft has filed the necessary paperwork with the USPTO to trademark "Blink", despite Google announcing at the start of this month that their new Chrome rendering engine will be called Blink