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Apple, Cisco extend negotiations again on iPhone name

Cisco has again given Apple more time to respond to its trademark lawsuit over the iPhone name, extending negotiations until February 21st. The Associated Press reports: “After the companies had previously agreed to extend the deadline until Thursday night, Cisco, the world’s largest networking equipment maker, said Apple now has until Wednesday to respond to the lawsuit filed last month in San Francisco federal court. Both companies reiterated previous statements that they want to use the extra time to reach a settlement.”

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