Submitted by fusible 1036d ago | news

Microsoft disputes XboxFitness.com, files European Community trademark

Microsoft has filed a complaint (Case Number 1473274) with the National Arbitration Forum (NAF) over the domain names XboxFitness.com and XboxFitness.net. So, is this domain dispute nothing more than the company trying to protect its intellectual property? Or, could Microsoft be looking to launch a new service beyond its Kinect Fitness line of products which haven't received the best reviews over the years? It appears plans are in the works to launch a new service as Microsoft filed a European Community trademark application earlier last month (trade mark no 011333705) for Xbox Fitness that covers, "Telecommunication services, namely, providing electronic transmission of video over the Internet." (Kinect, Microsoft, Xbox)

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