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Clearwire Cleared of Trademark Case vs Sony Ericsson For Now

Written on February 16, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Clearwire wins round one. Is Sony Ericsson going to retaliate soon?

Clearwire has just won round one of a trademark case vs corporate giant Sony Ericsson. It was reported about a month ago that Sony Ericsson has sued Clearwire for alleged copyright/trademark violation of the former’s logo. Clearwire vehemently denied the accussations and have submitted a counter statement indicating that the demand had “insufficient evidence of likelihood of confusion and no irreparable harm.” We couldn’t blame Sony Ericsson though because their logos do looke a little similar, but hey, it happens around the world.

Clearwire may have won this round, but Sony Ericsson isn’t gonna go down that easily. Check out Clearwire’s official statement on the matter after the break!

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Clearwire Wants You to Puck and Stick It

Written on August 31, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Grab the hippiest 4G wireless service brand from Clearwire.

The targets of the new brand are young adults who would want to say stay connected anytime, anywhere. No need to sign a contract for this one. The user just need to sign up for unlimited use of data costing $5 per day, $20 per week, or $50 a month.

The Rover Puck is capable of downloading with speeds of 3Mbps to 6Mbps. On the other hand, the Rover Stick can be plugged on MacBooks, netbooks and laptops. The prices of these devices are $150 and $100, respectively.

The Rover Puck and Rover Stick will be available in Clearwire’s 49 markets and Best Buy stores. It is also available online at Rover.com. Unfortunately, this service is not available at resellers like Sprint Nextel, Comcast and Time Warmer Cable.

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