Why haven't apple patented apples yet?
I mean these patents of "wedge shaped laptops", "rectangular devices with rounded corners" and "a store with a glass front and tables inside" seems so half ass. They should just go all out and patent every letter (a-p-l-e) in their name and of course two p's next to another (pp) and then start suing dictionaries that dare to print their letters.
Not to mention supermarkets for selling actual apples and so on.. Honestly if meteors magically appear and wipe out every apple store and apple HQ today I'd be pretty happy.
Patent Apples... hmm. I think the Beatles may have been first with that trademark actually.
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Apple Records was first.
The Beatles took Apple to court after they introduced iTunes. (they never did before, because Apple Computers had nothing to do with music,...and iTunes changed all of that)
They won that one, and forced Apple into an agreement.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
The USPTO needs to be nuked.
There's no common sense in that place.
Patents should have a use it or lose it requirement.
Patent trolling should be illegal.
Rambus and Apple = 2 peas in a pod
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