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Apple wins against Xiaomi in trademark case for Mi Pad

A European Union court has ruled in favor of Apple, saying that Xiaomi cannot register its Mi Pad tablet as a trademark. The court reportedly says that Mi Pad reads like “My Pad,” which it says sounds too similar to Apple’s “iPad”, and so the trademark has been denied. Reuters reports that..

Reported by BGR India • Thursday, December 7, 2017

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