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Sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Microsoft. Released on
¾ November 15, 2001 in North America, ¾ February 22, 2002 in Asia ¾ March 14, 2002 in Australia and Europe

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It is the predecessor to the Xbox 360

€ X Box was Microsoft's first foray into the gaming console market. It competed with ¾ Sony's PlayStation 2 ¾ Sega's Dreamcast. and ¾ Nintendo's GameCube. € .

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€ Filing Date: 2/25/2000 € Registration Number: 2698179 € Registration Date: 3/18/2003 € ype Of Mark: Service Mark € Latest Owner: Microsoft Corporation .

to change its corporate name. Microsoft will have all trademark rights to "Xbox. . XBOX Technologies Settle Trademark Dispute € As part of the settlement.Microsoft." which is the name of Microsoft's video game console system. € XBOX Technologies had agreed. in due course.

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€ Pub.Application No. € Patent no.383 € Filed: August 21st 2003. No. : 10/645.: US 2005/0282621A1 € Pub. Date: December 22nd 2005.: US20050282621 € .

€ The objective of this invention is to provide an upgrading adapter with multiple frequency selection for upgrading CPU. .

431. € Pub. No. Date: July 20th 2010. € Filed: May 11th 2004. € . 10/769. No: US 2005/0255915 A1 € Pub. € Patent No: US7758424B2.Application Ser.

The invention relates to peripherals for controlling video games. and is able to switch between these two modes without permanent disruption to an ongoing game. € . € This game controller operates in both a wired mode and a wireless mode. to game controllers that can be used for both wired and wireless play. and furthermore .

€ Accused Motorola infringed a number of its patents in its Android-based Smartphone's. which run on software built by Google Inc.Microsoft sues Motorola over Xbox 360 patent issue. € . 2010 Charging excessive royalties on network technology used in Microsoft's Xbox game system. € 10th November.

€ Suit alleges that Motorola breached its commitments to standards organizations that allow other companies to license its patents relating to wireless technology and video coding. which are used in Microsoft's Xbox gaming console. .

.Motorola Wants Ban On Xbox 360 Sales € In response to a lawsuit filed by Microsoft earlier. alleging Motorola that it was ripping the Xbox 360 manufacturer off with "royalties that are excessive and discriminatory" for certain pieces of technology Microsoft was licensing for use in the console.

as well as some of its video codec's. This complaint came just weeks after Microsoft sued Motorola over "excessive and discriminatory" patent licensing fees for some of the technology in the 360's wireless LAN adaptor.€ € Now Motorola accuses Microsoft's Xbox 360 of infringing on a number of patents it holds. and is calling for a total halt on the console's sales while the matter is sorted out. .

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