By February 9, 2007

RIM and Samsung reach agreement over BlackJack

You may remember our post a while ago about the lawsuit that RIM, makers of the BlackBerry, filed against Samsung over the alleged trademark infringement in the use of the name BlackJack.

Apparently RIM and Samsung have reached an agreement. In a press release yesterday RIM said that the settlement includes “immediate provisions for the protection of RIM’s valuable trademarks,” and that it “does include limitations on use of the Blackjack trademark, withdrawal of the trademark application for Blackjack”.

I’m sure this whole situation is a big reason why Samsung chose to release the BlackJack as the SGH-i600 here in Europe.


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