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Apple lawyers go after 'podcast'

Posted on Tuesday, September 26 2006 @ 01:45:20 CEST by

First Apple's lawyers started going after products with "pod" in their name and now they're going after "podcast":
Now that Apple's lawyers have scared the pants off of small entrepreneurs selling products like the Profit Pod and TightPod -- items that have nothing to with portable audio in any way, mind you -- it seems that the next targets are companies that have the audacity to use the word "podcast" in their names. Wired's Listening Post blog is reporting that Steve's legal eagles have sent one of those scary cease and desist letters to a company called Podcast Ready, whose premier product, myPodder, gives users an automated way to download 'casts to their portable devices.
More info at Engadget.



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