RIM Loses BBX Trademark Dispute

RIM Loses BBX Trademark Dispute

A federal court in New Mexico has issued a temporary restraining order that prevents RIM from using the trademark “BBX,” the name the company had been using for the next version of its BlackBerry mobile operating system. As a result, RIM says that it will now call the OS “BlackBerry 10.”

The order came as the result of a trademark lawsuit brought by Basis Software of Albuquerque, which calls one of its products “BBx.”

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