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  1. phandroid

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    Google wanted to trademark the name Nexus One but have just been DENIED by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Apparently the name is too close to an Oregon-based company’s product: their company is called Integra Telecom and the product is called Nexus, offering T1 data connectivity for businesses.OregonLive.com caught up with an Integra [...]

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    60 million a year huh? Why doesn't google just buy them
     
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    That group uses "Nexus" as their service name. Not "Nexus One"... Maybe I'm too clever of a consumer, but I can't see how T1 service called "Nexus" is anything like a phone product from Google called the "Nexus One". The USPTO are a bunch of dummies.

    And heck, Cisco uses a switch called the Nexus. And I know of an IT service company called Nexus. It's not an uncommon word.

    See: Integrated T1 Service
    "Your choice - Integra offers both dynamic (Novus
     

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