Maybe you've heard of a new AT&T LTE handset from HTC called the Vivid. Maybe you haven't. Either way, HTC has gotten itself in a bit of hot water using such a risqué name on the blazing fast beast. By whom, you ask? Why, adult entertainment company Vivid Entertainment, of course.
Vivid is threatening HTC with a possible trademark infringement suit if the name of the device isn't changed. Read More
Looking for a name brand tablet that won't break the bank? Want to relive the late '80s? If you answered yes to both of those questions, brace yourself, because we've got some good news for you.
It's worth noting that this is not the same Amiga from the good ol' days. It's actually another company named Amiga, Inc.
which owns all of the old-school Amiga patents. It's confusing, but here's the Wikipedia excerpt
that breaks it down:
The rights to the Amiga platform were successively sold to Escom and later Gateway 2000, but Escom almost immediately went bankrupt itself (due to non-Amiga related problems) and Gateway vacillated over what to do with its new acquisition.