Intel Files Trademark Infringement Claim against Harris Corporation

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TechJunkie

This lawsuit is "sleeveless". The names ARE different, centrino vs. centrio and they are two seperate products. In fact, centrino is not a product, it's a platform as centrio is an actual product. Now, if the centrio line was a platform for computing (not a breakthrough multiviewer), then I would say, yeah, that's too close and can see where people might get confused. Intel is just being a bully as usual and needs to stop.

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nekollx

 proved to be sleeveless

 

Sleeveless?

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aviaggio

It means pointless, futile, fruitless, etc. Yeah, kinda archaic, but proper nonetheless.

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nduanetesh

I had actually not heard of "sleeveless" before I read this article either. I was familiar with "bootless" (basically meaning "futile"), and thought perhaps he wrote "sleeveless" by accident when he meant "bootless".  

 

But then I looked it up, and the first definition I found for "sleeveless" (other than "without sleeves", obviously) was "BOOTLESS!"

 

Crazy language. 

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