What do iPhone, iPad, iCloud, and iBooks Have in Common?

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From 1978 through 2007, Apple was in on-again, off-again trademark litigation with Apple Corps, holder of rights in The Beatles' music and record label, over use of the APPLE trademark in connection with numerous music-related aspects of various Apple products and services, including iTunes.

In 2007, Apple introduced its iPhone while Cisco held a federally registered trademark for IPHONE for use in connection with "computer hardware and software for providing integrated telephone communication with computerized global information networks." Cisco sued.

In 2010, Apple introduced its iPad while Fujitsu held a pending U.S. trademark application for IPAD for use in connection with "hand-held computing device for wireless networking in a retail environment."

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