Everybody wants a bite
A several-decade-long dispute may be over between the Beatles' Apple Records company and that OTHER ubiquitous Apple company (you know, the one selling those cute white mp3 players in every crevice of the universe) . Fights between the companies had reached a truce in 1991, when they each agreed not to infringe upon each others' business territories. Apple Computers, however, allegedly broke that agreement via its iTunes service. However, the British Judge Edward Mann ruled for Jobs, saying the logos weren't similar enough to be confusing to end users. Score one for the iUniverse.