The new Research In Motion operating system may be potentially infringing on another company’s trademark. RIM made an announcement at a software conference recently that the new operating system for the next generation of BlackBerry phones will be named BBX. But a software company based in Albuquerque, N.M., holds the trademark for a slight variation of that name, BBx.
The best thing about this New York Times article, though, is that it links to an older article about the Cisco and Apple iPhone settlement. A good read if only because it describes the iPhone as a “music phone.” (A music phone!!)
Thanks to staffer Lauren Jacobson for the link!