Proview is a company that seems to be standing at the bottom of a cliff, scrabbling with broken nails trying to make it up the side. A new profile of Proview by Reuters backs up this image of a company teetering on the edge of insolvency, clinging to the "IPAD" trademark as its last, best hope of achieving financial solvency. It's an interesting read with some great insight into the company, which was once known for selling monitors in the late 90s.
Apple has paid $60 million to Proview Technology (Shenzhen) to settle a dispute over control of the iPad trademark in China, Reuters reports. Proview had been trying to block the sale of Apple iPads in many cities in China. The stor... Read Post
Proview’s legal battle against Apple over the use of the “iPad” trademark continues to drag on, but things haven’t quite gone to plan for the Chinese company. A Hong Kong court has sided with Apple and agreed that some of Proview’s ... Read Post