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The suprise sale allows Google to drop a struggling part of their business and lets Lenovo leapfrog their way to third place in smartphone sales

Tim Tebow gives thanks in his trademark pose which has become known as 'Tebowing' and has swept across America via YouTube

American Football: Tebow's heroics leave a nation divided

Broncos in play-off picture thanks to deeply religious quarterback with a suspect arm

Album: Calexico, Selections from Road Atlas 1998-2011 (Quarterstick/City Slang) (4/5)

Over the past 14 years, Calexico have released eight limited-edition tour CDs, available only at their shows, but now compiled together as a 12 LP vinyl box set, Selections from Road Atlas 1998-2011, of similar scarcity.

Watson launches first generic Lipitor

Watson Pharmaceuticals, the New Jersey-based drug manufacturer, did not even wait for dawn before trumpeting its first shipments yesterday of Lipitor, the cholesterol-lowering pill that became the world's biggest selling medicine.

Shaun Wright-Phillips and Heidar Helguson celebrate Luke Young’s goal

Lieutenant Warnock and the missing towel mystery

Stoke City 2 Queens Park Rangers 3

Doctors in danger of infringing test patents

Growing use of diagnostic genetic tests could land NHS doctors and managers in trouble for infringing patents, it has been claimed.

Tips of the trade (marks)

You've got your domain name, you've registered your company, so isn't getting a trade mark a waste of money? It's not so simple, says Carole Hailey

Album: Vieux Farka Toure, The Secret (Six Degrees)

Guitarist Vieux Farka Touré here seeks to extend his Malian musical heritage beyond the country's borders, by collaborating with American musicians on several tracks – though never obscuring the native essence of his style.

Apple sued over 'iCloud' trademark

Apple has been sued by an American communications company for allegedly infringing its trademark name iCloud for its new online storage services.

'Genericide': When brands get too big

What do escalators, asprin and yo-yos have in common? They're all victims of 'genericide'. Rhodri Marsden explores the perils of ubiquity for products – and the complex legal battle it provokes

Villagers, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

On a permanently purple-tinged stage, Villagers create a show of rich contrast.

Disney fails to 'buy' name of Bin Laden hit squad

The Walt Disney Company has confirmed that it has withdrawn its application to trademark the phrase "Seal Team 6", the name of the élite unit that killed Osama bin Laden, after the United States Navy moved to protect its rights and the entertainment giant endured a wave of criticism and jibes.

N.D. eh? Should you get a non-disclosure agreement for your big idea?

James King guides us through the thorny subject of non-disclosure agreements – how do you get one, what should it say, and do you really need it?

Letter from the editor: i on Saturday

You can’t say that we don’t give you what you want! I’ve lost count of the number of readers who have written to us asking for a Saturday edition of their favourite daily paper (see a small selection of your comments in a special edition of @i on page 14).

Play-Doh maker wins trademarks dispute

The company behind Play-Doh, the children's modelling clay, has won a trademarks dispute against a rival firm.

Video: Anna Chapman trademarks name

Former Russian spy Anna Chapman has moved to patent her name to protect her brand.

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