Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Electrical and electronic data processing equipment and computers;apparatus for digital and analog signal processing, in particular modems;electrical switching devices with digital and analog signal processing; calculating devices; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound and images and/or digital data; magnetic data-carriers, recording discs; equipment for inputting, outputting and reproducing data, including data media reading and recording apparatus (included in class 9), in particular printers, plotters, light pens, joysticks, scanners, multifunction keyboards, data processing apparatus, roller ball inputting devices, namely computer mice and trackballs, voice inputting apparatus, acoustic and optical reproduction equipment for data processing apparatus, also in the form of auxiliary or plug-in apparatus, namely monitors and loudspeakers, also integrated into glasses or helmets;consoles and modules for video games;computer games (included in class 9);interactive entertainment programs; computer software; image and/or sound data carriers and/or data carriers of all types supplied with or without programs and/or data, in particular diskettes, magnetic tapes, cassettes including video cassettes and tape streamers, hard disc memories and read-only memories (ROM), RAM and plug-in modules, optical memories (except exposed and unexposed films) including compact disc ROMs and WORMs, and compact discs and DVDs;coin, card or token-operated games and amusement apparatus for amusement arcades;integrated circuits supplied with printed circuit boards, in particular plug-in cards; semiconductors; workbooks, training handbooks (manuals) and seminar folders in electronic form.... More
Class 16 : Printed matter, in particular in the fields of information technology and computer programs, namely operating and user manuals (handbooks), forms, working procedures;books, including manuals (handbooks);program documentation, written background material for computer programs;magazines, pamphlets, catalogues, stationery, calendars, notebooks, cards, posters, stickers, greetings cards, giftwrap, writing paper and envelopes, playing cards, rub-on pictures; paper party goods; paper napkins, paper pennants and flags;handkerchiefs of paper;cork boards and blackboards;albums, telephone cards; paperweights; single or multi-layered printing paper, including stickers and forms;instructional and teaching material (except apparatus), in particular workbooks, training manuals (handbooks) and seminar folders; paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials (included in class 16); children's books; works made into a novel;published screenplays; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); plastic materials for packaging (included in class 16).... More
Class 28 : Games, playthings, toys;toy figures and accessories and parts therefor (included in class 28);board games, card games;computer games and video games (included in class 28);puzzles, dolls, roller skates, ice skates, fancy dress costumes, masks;modelling sets; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28); game cards.
Class 42 : Creating, development, updating, improving and adapting of computer programs and/or data files (including multimedia, homepages and websites); issuing of licences for data processing programs, including computer games and video games and data files; rental and leasing of data processing installations, computer peripheral equipment and data processing programs, including computer and video games;operation of a network server, for others;computer hardware and software consultancy, consultancy regarding the organisation and conducting of data processing, consultancy in the field of computer hardware, database services;operation of databases, leasing access time to databases;computer analysis; systems analysis; maintenance of computer software; selecting, processing, editing, combining and archiving of digital image and/or sound data;documenting of image, sound and text data on machine-readable data carriers; technical project studies; providing home pages and/or electronic mail addresses for others; creating and updating of home pages for computer networks.... More