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An Arizona company has sued Apple over its use of the iCloud name, claiming the tech giant's use of infringes on its trademark.
iCloud Communications, a Phoenix-based Voice over IP provider, alleges the name of Apple's recently announced online storage service copies its name and causes confusion over competing products:
Using the latest in broadband technology, iCloud maximizes your telephone and Internet performance for pennies a day. We converge your voice and data communications seamlessly in a single, total solution. No other provider today offers such a complete and affordable solution.
Note they simply refer to themselves as "iCould", (and with a small "i"), but I didn't see any "tm" or "reg. tm" notifications next to the word....