Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Dec 2011 22:41 UTC
Apple "Apple could face disruption to its iPad sales in China after a court rejected its claim to own the iPad trademark in the country and a rival sought to halt sales of the tablet device in two Chinese cities. The developments are the latest in a long-running dispute between Apple and Proview Technology (Shenzhen), a struggling Taiwanese-owned company that registered trademarks for the name IPAD in many countries long before Apple conceived its smash hit tablet computer." Apple is clearly copying from this innovative Chinese company. If Apple fanatics are actually consistent (*), they would condemn Apple for this clear case of theft.
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RE: Comment by ephracis
by LeeZH on Thu 8th Dec 2011 02:00 UTC in reply to "Comment by ephracis"
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Personally, I think the i-prefix was used when the e-prefix was starting to feel old.

I remember watching a film somewhere in which a business man was trying to smooth talk that it encompass intelligent, interconnected, or something like that. Or it could've been Dilbert. I'm not too sure. ;)

Maybe we should start popularising the p-prefix. That way I'll be in stitches whenever someone mentions the p-cam.

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