Microsoft seeks to trademark 'Hohm' word

Microsoft seeks to trademark the word "Hohm" for "providing information to consumers over computer networks, wireless networks and the Internet." Long Zheng spotted the application and tweeted about it. Microsoft doesn't own the domain hohm.com, which’s currently registered to Ho Hung Ming Enterprises Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of eyeleting and riveting machines. When asked Microsoft about its plans for […]

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Microsoft seeks to trademark the word "Hohm" for "providing information to consumers over computer networks, wireless networks and the Internet." Long Zheng spotted the application and tweeted about it. Microsoft doesn't own the domain hohm.com, which’s currently registered to Ho Hung Ming Enterprises Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of eyeleting and riveting machines. When asked Microsoft about its plans for the name, a Microsoft spokesman declined to comment, reports Todd Bishop.

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