Definitions

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  • abbr. appeals

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Examples

  • Apple registered for a trademark on the term App Store on July 17, 2008.

    Apple Sues Amazon Over Term 'App Store'

  • Apple filed suit against Amazon.com over its use of the term "App Store," accusing the online retailer of trademark infringement.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • In Apple Inc.'s latest effort to control its U.S. trademark for the term "App Store," a law firm representing the company sent a cease-and-desist letter to wireless-application store operator GetJar.

    Apple to GetJar: Drop App Store

  • Apple filed for a trademark on the term App Store in 2008, and after an initial rejection and an appeal by Apple, it was approved in early 2010.

    Ars Technica

  • Just ask Amazon and Apple about their respective views as they wrangle over who gets the own the term "App Store."

    Forbes.com: News

  • Aside from the operational differences, it's also worth noting that Amazon calls its service "Mac Downloads Store," perhaps to avoid additional conflict with Apple over the term "App Store."

    Ars Technica

  • App is short for Application which is just another way of saying a piece of software that performs a desired function.

    Anybody tweet down there?

  • Apple Inc. sued Amazon.com Inc. over its use of the phrase "App Store," accusing the online retailer of trademark infringement.

    Apple Sues Amazon Over Term 'App Store'

  • In March, Apple sued Amazon alleging the online retailer had violated the trademark on the name "App Store."

    Amazon to Battle Apple iPad With Tablet

  • We're going to solve it, with what we call the App Store, an application we've written to deliver apps to the iPhone.

    Macworld

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