Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Computers, adapters for computers; components and peripherals for computers; computer memories; interfaces for computers; data processing equipment; printers; integrated circuits, printed circuits; magnetic disks; disk drives; compact discs; magnetic tapes; tape recorders; calculating machines; pocket calculators; cash registers; facsimile; video games;video screens; video recorders; video tapes; computer programs, documentation and instruction manuals recorded on machine-readable media and relating to computers or computer programs; computer hardware and computer software; computer hardware and computer software for application and operating system functions for use in commercial interactions in the field of global computer networks.... More
Class 16 : Printed matter; printed matter, namely instructional manuals, magazines, newsletters, newspaper inserts, and booklets, all relating to computer hardware and computer software for application and operating system functions for use in commercial interactions in the field of global computer networks.
Class 37 : Computer services, namely: installation, repair and maintenance of computer hardware for commercial interactions over global computer networks.
Class 38 : Telecommunications; communications by computer terminals; electronic mail; news and information agencies, computer-aided transmission of data; services for providing user access to computers for business management.
Class 42 : Computer programming; design, updating and maintenance of computer software; leasing access time to computer data base servers; technical project studies in the field of computer hardware and software; consultancy in the field of computer hardware; computer systems analysis; advice and consulting relating to use of the Internet; rental of computers and computer software; legal services; scientific and industrial research; reporter services; videotaping services; providing facilities for organisation of exhibitions; computer services; computer services, namely, designing, creating, implementing and maintaining computer software and web sites for others; data encryption services; all for use in commercial interactions over global computer networks.... More