Monday, June 13, 2011

Apple sued over using the name iCloud for the newly announced cloud service which will be useful for accesing content from any device

Recently Apple had announced iCloud in WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference).

iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, calendars, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all your devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, or PC)automatically. It’s the easiest way to manage your content.

Apple iCloud will be free, with up to 5GB of storage—and music, photos, apps, and books don't count against that figure.

An Arizona company has sued Apple Inc., saying it has suffered irreparable damage over use of the name iCloud.
This Arizona company which is founded in 2005 as "iCloud Communications" is a VOIP (voice over IP) specialist.

The file suit says “The goods and services with which Apple intends to use the 'iCloud' mark are identical to or closely related to the goods and services that have been offered by iCloud Communications under the iCloud Marks since its formation in 2005,”

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