Fujitsu, the Japanese electronics company, is putting Apple under-fire for reportedly stealing the name iPad. The company's 2002 iPad device is mainly sold and used in the USA as a took for stores to track inventory and verify prices. The New York Times reports that Fujitsu, which applied for an iPad trademark in 2003, is claiming first dibs, setting up a fight with Apple over the name of the new tablet device that Apple plans to sell starting in March.
Although the devices differ, should Fujitsu keep the rights to the name?
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