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“Battle of Heroes Land of Immortals” domain registration followed by Ubisoft trademark

Battle of Heroes Land of Immortals

Earlier this week, Ubisoft registered the names and

But it’s not just domains that Ubisoft is getting. The domain registrations have been followed by trademark filings with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

On December 10, 2013, the company filed two trademarks (US Serial Numbers 86139588 and 86139580) for “Battle of Heroes Land of Immortals” covering computer games.

The “Goods and Services” in 86139580 covers “Entertainment services namely providing an on-line computer game for others over global and local area computer networks and providing information on-line relating to computer games and video games”.

While 86139588 covers “Game software and electronic game programs, namely, software games recorded on CD-ROM and digital video discs for computers; software games recorded on CD-ROMs, digital video discs, and cartridges for console and individual, portable gaming systems; software games that are downloadable from a remote computer site and electronic game software for mobile phones, personal digital assistants, and handheld computers”.

While Ubisoft has made no announcement yet regarding Battle of Heroes Land of Immortals, readers suspect it may be a MOBA.

Both domain names are still parked online and offer no hints about the company’s plans.

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Electronic Arts files Desert Strike trademarks

Desert Strike remake may be in the works, EA files trademark

Electronic Arts has submitted two new trademark applications for Desert Strike with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, hinting that a remake of the popular 1992 shoot ’em up video game is in the works.

On November 25, 2013, the video game company filed the trademarks (US Serial Numbers: 86128233 and 86128236) for Desert Strike.

Desert Strike was originally released in February 1992 and involved the player piloting an AH-64 Apache helicopter.

A remake of Desert Strike may come as no surprise.  The game sold well and for its time, it was Electronic Arts’ highest ever selling game.

So far EA has made no announcement as to a remake, although, there have been many people online calling for a remake throughout the years.

On a domain note, is currently registered to Name Administration Inc. according to WHOIS records. and other top-level domains have not been registered.

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Samsung files trademarks for Galaxy Metrix, Velvet, and Legend smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Metrix, Legend, and Velvet

Samsung continues to file new smartphone trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

On April 13, 2012, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. submitted three more applications for the Galaxy Metrix (Serial Number: 85597928), the Galaxy Velvet (Serial Number:85597925), and the Galaxy Legend (Serial Number: 85597919).

Each filing covers the exact same “goods and services”:  Mobile telephones; Smartphones.

The new trademark applications come on the heels of the filings for the Galaxy Sire, Galaxy Lift and Galaxy Perx smartphones, filed in late March.

According to BGR, Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S III, which will be the official device of the 2012 Summer Olympics, in London.

At the time of this post, Samsung has made no announcement regarding the Galaxy Metrix, Velvet and Legend.

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Samsung files trademarks for Galaxy Emerge, Stellar, and Halo smartphones

On March 2, 2012, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. submitted trademark applications for the Galaxy Emerge (Serial Number: 85558647), the Galaxy Stellar (Serial Number: 85558639), and the Galaxy Halo (Serial Number: 85558619).

The goods and services described in each trademark filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office covers “Mobile phones; Smartphones“.

The Samsung Galaxy S II was recently named “Best Smartphone” by GSMA at Mobile World Congress 2012. 

According to The Verge, “Samsung’s much sought-after Galaxy S III was on track for an April launch, but the company itself has taken to Twitter to refute these claims.”

At the time of this story, not much is known about Samsung’s plans for the Galaxy Emerge, Galaxy Stellar and Galaxy Halo smartphones.

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Samsung files trademarks for Galaxy Axiom, Awaken, Heir, Rite smartphones

Samsung Galaxy smartphones

With the Mobile World Congress less than a week away, Samsung has filed four new trademarks for smartphones with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

On February 16, 2012, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. submitted trademark applications for the Samsung Galaxy Rite (Serial Number: 85545292), the Samsung Galaxy Heir (Serial Number: 85545288), the Samsung Galaxy Awaken (Serial Number: 85545285), and the Samsung Galaxy Axiom (Serial Number: 85545284).

The goods and services in every single trademark filing cover the exact same thing: “Mobile phones; Smartphones”.

Samsung has yet to officially announce any of these new smartphones.

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