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Hmmmm wonder whats going to come out of this. I’m sure they have a little unwritten rule to not do it still. But with all the hardball being played in the Smartphone and tablet market things could get ugly real fast.restore iPhone
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A friend of mine is becoming a multiple-iOS device family (1 iPhone and 4 iPod touches). He and his wife each have separate iTunes accounts, and the kids devices are split between the two accounts. The kids are starting to make significant investments in apps and music, I'm just wondering if they will regret one day having it setup that way, as I don't know any way for the kids to break out their individual app and music purchases into their own accounts once they are old enough to do so. Was wondering if anyone else had a similar experience, and what others recommend. I like the idea of sub-accounts that would be tied to the parents iTunes, but could be spun-off into an individual account at some point in the future.iPad video Converter Mac
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A genericized trademark (also known as a generic trademark, proprietary eponym) is a trademark or brand name that has become the colloquial or generic description for or synonymous with a general class of product or service, rather than as an indicator of source or affiliation ("secondary meaning") as intended by the trademark's holder. Using a genericized trademark to refer to the general form of what that trademark represents is a form of metonymy. A trademark is said to fall somewhere along a scale from "distinctive" to "generic" (used primarily as a common name for the product or service rather than an indication of source). Among distinctive trademarks the scale goes from strong to weak: "Arbitrary": having no meaning as to the nature of the product "Fanciful" or "coined": original and having little if any reference to the nature of the product or service "Suggestive": having primarily trademark significance but with suggestion as to nature of product "Descriptive": not just suggesting, but actually describing the product or service yet still understood as indicating source "Merely descriptive": having almost entirely reference to the product or service but capable of becoming "distinctive". A trademark is said to be genericized when it began as distinctive but has changed in meaning to become generic. A trademark typically becomes "genericized" when the products or services with which it is associated have acquired substantial market dominance or mind share such that the primary meaning of the genericized trademark becomes the product or service itself rather than an indication of source for the product or service to such an extent that the public thinks the trademark is the generic name of the product or service. A trademark thus popularized has its legal protection at risk in some countries such as the United States, as unless the owner of an affected trademark works sufficiently to correct and prevent such broad use its intellectual property rights in the trademark may be lost and competitors enabled to use the genericized trademark to describe their similar products.[1][2][3] Genericization or "loss of secondary meaning" may be either among the general population or among just a subpopulation, for example, people who work in a particular industry. Some examples of the latter type from the vocabulary of physicians include the names Luer-Lok (Luer lock) and Port-a-Cath (portacath), which have genericized mind share (among physicians) because (1) the users may not realize that the term is a brand name rather than a medical eponym or generic-etymology term, and (2) no alternate generic name for the idea readily comes to mind. Most often, genericization occurs because of heavy advertising which fails to provide an alternate generic name or which uses the trademark in similar fashion to generic terms. Thus, when Otis Elevator Company advertised that it offered "the latest in elevator and escalator design" it was using the well known generic term elevator and Otis's trademark "Escalator" for moving staircases in the same way, the Trademark Office and the Courts concluded that if Otis used their trademark in that generic way they could not stop Westinghouse from calling its moving staircases "escalators", and a valuable trademark was lost through "genericization." iPad Magic A great big Oh He! No! to Flash. It would absolutely blow, and Apple would get the blame, even though it's Adobe that can't get their act together. Just let Flash die already.iWork would be nice to have. I couldn't care less about BBC. Don't think I know more than 2 people who still carry a BB these days.MS Office… I doubt we'll see this any time in the foreseeable future. MS won't do it until Windows Mobile in any incarnation is completely dead.Native Gmail app… Yes, flags & such would be nice, but there are already 4 different ways to get Gmail built into the stock iPhone. Mail does Pop, IMAP and Exchange protocols plus the web interface from mobile Safari. I just got a unified inbox in mail, why would I want to break my gmail account out of that to yet another app?Files! Yes! Absolutely! I was kind of surprised it wasn't in 4.0. It really should be.
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