Microsoft SkyDrive Gets Renamed Over Legal Action

Amid legal complaints brought on by a another trademark infringement case, this time filed by the Sky Broadcasting company, the single largest pay-per service broadcaster in the United Kingdom, and brought on over Microsoft's naming of their cloud service, SkyDrive. And while Sky Broadcasting does not currently have a competing service in the Cloud Storage market, Microsoft announced that the online storage service has now officially been renamed to ‘OneDrive’. All this of course following a decision of the suit filed against Microsoft by BSkyB where the defendant agreed to rename the service in a timely manner. You can read the full story here.



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