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Microsoft gets “T ii” trademark, applies for “Sticky Ink” as a new Trademark

Microsoft has been granted one new Trademark, reveals a recent trademark entry at EUIPO. The trademark is named “T ii” and is a figurative trademark which means it is a trademark logo for some new service or product. Check the logo in the featured image above.

It is not clear what service/product this trademark belongs to. But a part of description provided mentions,

Computers; computer hardware, including computer peripherals, computer components, computer keyboards; electronic devices for receiving television and global communication network transmissions and transmitting them to a television or other display device and computer programs for use therewith; telephones for use in telecommunications over global communication networks and computer programs for controlling the operation thereof; hand held computers;

Another trademark that Microsoft has applied for is called “Sticky Ink”. It is mentioned as “Software for editing digital photos; software for editing digital videos”. Perhaps it will be part of the editing tools of the new Photos/Films & TV apps on Windows.


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