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“It's just as expected, a Netbook. (or whatever term Psion wants us to use now)”
“Our colleagues over at jkOnTheRun have more, but the high-octane countersuit (which disputes everything — including Intel’s arguments that imply Psion is essentially a trademark troll) proves that Psion is ready to go big or go home.”
“On a somewhat similar situation a company called Psion is attempting to claim ownership of the name”
“• Dell launched an attack on Psion's "netBook" trademark; a former Psion staffer remembered his company's glory days.”
“I did enjoy reading e-books on my Psion - which is now obsolete, but I could download free books from the Gutenberg project”
“Psion created the NetBook profile, and Nokia could have furthered the cloud efforts and created the “terminal.””
“Psion took aim at Intel last week for the alleged theft of its netbook trademark and asked for three times the value of any profits earned from the use of the trademark, which would equate to about $1.2 billion in damages.”
“Psion may win the trademark battle, but they will lose mightily on the PR front.”
“The JK guys first noted Psion sending out cease-and-desist orders to bloggers using the phrase netbook over the Christmas holidays, and later heard from the lawyer who said Psion was going after folks making money off of the term.”
“Psion, Intel settle a legal squabble over the word "netbook" ...”
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