Samsung’s former partner sues phone maker for using the word “milk”
It seems there will hardly a fortnight without a new Samsung lawsuit, just like the company’s smartphones rain every week. Just week, the Korean phone maker was pushing for tablets and products with Nvidia processors to be blocked in the United States of America, but now, Samsung is at the other end of the sword.
According to reports from WSJ, Milk Studios is suing Samsung for using their trademarked word “Milk” in it’s streaming services. The firm alleges that Samsung “intentionally, willfully and knowingly” used the word inside it’s streaming platform despite being warned severally by Milk to stop using that term.
Milk and Samsung have partnered in a few projects within the last few years but now, it’s time to see where this sudden lawsuit will take us to. Will Samsung defend it’s pride or will a relatively small start-up like Milk Studios bruise the Galaxy S producer’s ego.