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Intel counter-sued by Psion over netbook trademark

samj (115984) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Save the Netbooks writes "We discussed Psion sending C&Ds late last year over international trademarks held on the term "netbook" and Dell accusing Psion of fraud last week. Since then Intel has joined in by suing Psion in federal court and the Save the Netbooks campaign has just obtained a court filing (PDF warning) showing that Psion counter-sued Intel on Friday. They have demanded a jury trial, profits, treble damages, destruction of material bearing the mark "netbook" and the netbook.com domain (among other things), claiming that they are still actively selling netbooks despite also revealing sales figures showing a miniscule market share. It seems that declaring victory may have been a little premature as it will be months before the dispute plays out in court."
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