B&N Registers new Trademark for “MyNook”

B&N Registers new Trademark for "MyNook" e-Reading Hardware Following only a day after the Pubit Pro trademark, Barnes & Noble filed for a new trademark which just showed up today. Here's what it covers:

Web portal services in the nature of providing a web-based system and online portal for users to remotely manage, administer and control electronic readers, handheld and computer devices, data, digital media, software applications and electronic publications, namely, books, e-books, magazines, newspapers, text and images

Curiously enough, they also own the URL www.MyNook.com. Right now it redirects to the B&N homepage, but clearly they intend to use it as a portal. My guess is that it will function similar to kindle.amazon.com.

via Mike Cane

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5 Comments

  1. Stephanie M Sellers12 May, 2011

    POD will be next. This is a good thing.
    Ebooks revolutionize.
    No more giant liberal publishing houses conditioning us by printing their preferences. Read what they want banned at FictiononFact, Stephanie M Sellers.
    http://sites.google.com/site/fictiononfact/home

    Reply
    1. Tyler12 May, 2011

      Umm…what does this have to do with MYNOOK?

      Reply
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