Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Dick Smith loses OzEmite/AussieMite IP war and hands-on with the Nolia XL
- IP Australia has ruled that Dick Smith must withdraw his OzEmite product following a trademark battle with rival breakfast spread AussieMite. “After years of confusion, I am delighted that the trademark umpire has ruled that the name AussieMite is ours and that Dick Smith must pull his copycat, same sounding product off the shelves,” AussieMite owner Roger Ramsey said. We wonder what Vegemite makes of all this.
- Curious about Nokia’s move into Android? Luke over at Gizmodo has a hands-on with the Nokia XL.
- Nate Bagley is a lovelorn bloke who recently spent his life savings touring the country and interviewing couples in happy, long-term relationships. Now he’s keen to share with the world what he learned. “I’ve interviewed gay couples, straight couples, rich couples, poor couples, religious couples, atheist couples, couples who have been together for a short time, and couples who have been together for over 70 years.” Click here to read his greatest tips.