As Android Police's unofficial person who knows things about laws (as always, none of this is legal advice), sometimes I see law stuff going on in the tech world that just makes me mad. This is one of those times. Appigo, an iOS and OS X developer, filed for a trademark on the word "Todo" (see it here) under the scope of a software application (basically).

Yesterday, we received an email from a developer of an app for Android called Star Trek ToDo Agenda. He was contacted by Appigo, with the following email (private information redacted):

Hello,

I'd like to discuss a small issue with one of your apps:
Your App Name: Star Trek ToDo Agenda
Your App URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stanlm.startrektodoagenda&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5zdGFubG0uc3RhcnRyZWt0b2RvYWdlbmRhIl0.

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