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  • by Sifmole (3409) on 2003.02.10 13:21 (#16846)
    The point is copyright and trademark law. It isn't an accident they come up with these names.
    • The issue isn't they have to come out with trademarkable names. It's that their trademarkable names are consistently bad and confusing to their target audience. How many Microsoft customers can explain what "Microsoft DNS," "Microsoft DNA" or "Microsoft .NET" are really about anyway?

      "InfoPath" is another in a long series of trademarkable bad names.