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  1. www.ilounge.com/.../fujitsu-claims-ipad-name-is-ours
    iLounge news discussing Fujitsu claims iPad name ‘is ours’. Find more iPad news from leading independent iPod, iPhone, and iPad site.
  2. news.techworld.com/personal-tech/3211417/fujitsu-ipad-is...
    Jan 29, 2010 · Apple's iPad is barely a day old, and it's already facing legal troubles. Not terribly surprising, as "iPad" is hardly original - and Apple has a history ...
  3. www.inc.com/news/articles/2010/03/ipad-trademark-dispute...
    Just days before shipping the iPad to stores Apple struck a deal with Fujitsu, giving it the official trademark for the new tablet's moniker.
  4. www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/fujitsu-stylistic-windows-7...
    Feb 25, 2011 · Fujitsu Stylistic Windows 7 slate: Microsoft's latest, greatest iPad competitor? Summary: There's a new Windows 7 slate coming to town (starting in April ...
  5. www.techradar.com/.../fujitsu-stylistic-m532-1089641/review
    Fujitsu Stylistic M532 review | Fujitsu's Android tablet is aimed at business users, but packs features that will appeal to people in general rather than just for ...
  6. store.apple.com  › …  › Shop iPad  › iPad Accessories
    Purchase an iPad wireless keyboard to make typing easier. Keyboards are slim, compact, and completely cable-free.
  7. www.overclock.net  › …  › Industry News  › Hardware News
    Quote: Oh, and there's that Canadian bra By Rik Myslewski in San Francisco • Get more from this author Posted in Mobile, 29th January 2010 06:02 GMT In addition to...
  8. cantstopthemusic.typepad.com/.../01/fujitsu-and-the-ipad...
    Apple iPad - Now Available? And only $9.99! Apple's iPad announcement yesterday inspired many and disappointed others (myself included in the latter.)
  9. en.wikinoticia.com/.../Apple/21062-ipad-the-fujitsu-iapple
    iPad, the new device from Apple, could lead to copyright problems the apple company. According to the trademark in the United States, it seems that the name has been ...
  10. pdfcast.org  › Gadget
    What if you could significantly improve customer service and efficiently handle a range of in-store applications all with one lightweight device that fits in your palm?