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Monday, 01 June 2009 10:53

Psion and Intel resolve netbook dispute

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No longer Psion's trademark

 

Psion and Intel have apparently come to an agreement on the use of the term netbook, which Psion claimed to own.

According to Blogee, Psion will no longer be trying to restrict the use of the term, which was hijacked by Intel and all netbook vendors over the past year or so.

There's still no details on the deal, and we don't know what Psion got in return, but at least it's nice to see those guys finally getting along.

More here.

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