Intel has trademarked new laptops named “UltraBooks”. What do we expect from them?
Well, clearly to me it's a move to attach Apple's MacBook Air with a similar product for the Windows, or PC world. I tend to be a Windows guy, so I hope Intel manages something competitive, as I don't want to switch to Apple for ultraportability.
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
Is the term "Neverland" trade marked?
by Ari Lamstein 6 years ago
How to get a good laptop that runs Linux?I currently have a 3 year old entry-level MacBook. I have started using it to VNC into my work computer, but the small monitor makes it a pain. I would like to buy a new laptop with a bigger screen. However, I think that MacBook Pros are...
by Brinafr3sh 2 years ago
What's the best antivirus for Acer laptops?I downloaded Avast, and the Acer notification said that it has it's own antivirus, which are all kind of wack.
by SiddSingh 8 years ago
You get so many websites with brand names in their domain names,specially in exact keyword matches. [ for example, bestrolexwatches.com (imaginary example)]. What about the copyright implications for these websites?Has any of the hubbers got such such a domain name/website anytime?
by Shari 6 years ago
The wait is over: Tim Tebow has finally trademarked "Tebowing.'Read more here Tim Tebow Has Officially Trademarked Tebowing Sad day for tee shirt manufacturers and anyone else trying to cash in. I can only hope the likes of ESPN will start to curb their stories and adhere to more of what is...
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