Computer software for copying, erasing, managing, organizing, compressing, decompressing, recovering, repairing, backup and storage of data and data files, for reading, writing and erasing of readable, writeable and rewritable data carriers, particularly rewritable compact discs, DVDs, Blu-ray and optical discs, magnetic discs, hard discs; computer software for activating CD, DVD and Blu-ray or optical disc recorders, for preparing mechanical ...
On Saturday, April 22, 2017, status on the NERO SIMPLY ENJOY trademark changed to .
On Monday, September 22, 2008, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
NERO SIMPLY ENJOY by
NERO AG, .
The USPTO has given the NERO SIMPLY ENJOY
trademark serial number of 79067938.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is .
The correspondent listed for NERO SIMPLY ENJOY is
Danielle D. Janitch of
Osborn Maledon, P.A., 2929 N. Central Ave., Ste. 2100, Phoenix, AZ 85012
The NERO SIMPLY ENJOY trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for NERO SIMPLY ENJOY
is Computer software for copying, erasing, managing, organizing, compressing, decompressing, recovering, repairing, backup and storage of data and data files, for reading, writing and erasing of readable, writeable and rewritable data carriers, particularly rewritable compact discs, DVDs, Blu-ray and optical discs, magnetic discs, hard discs; computer software for activating CD, DVD and Blu-ray or optical disc recorders, for preparing mechanical data carriers, in particular for formatting mechanical data carriers for the subsequent writing of data and data files; computer software for processing audio and video information and undefined data files; computer software, namely, video authoring software; computer software for encoding video files in other formats, particularly in DVD and SVCD formats; computer software for watching, time shifting and recording of television broadcasts; computer software to prepare mechanical data carriers, particularly formatting mechanical data carriers for inscribing data software; computer software namely, operating system software; computer software for creating videos, DVDs, VCDs and SVCDs for home entertainment purposes; computer program software to make CD, DVD and Blu-ray or optical disc recordings; computer software for document management systems; computer software, namely, software for audio and video recording, particularly reading, writing, copying, erasing, editing, authoring, transferring and reproducing audio data and video data, and for playback; computer software for organizing, synching, encoding, transcoding, transrating and decoding of audio, video, picture files and streams; software for copying audio, video and picture files to mobile devices, to the Internet, to the LAN (Local Area Network) or WAN (Wide Area Network), personal computers, televisions and consumer electric devices, namely, game consoles, cell phones, smartphones, optical disc recorders and players, video cameras, external hard disks, memory cards and USB flash sticks; [ computer software for telecommunication functions, particularly telephonic, telefax, short messaging services, paging, electronic posting and e-mail for use on computers, televisions, set top boxes and data carrier networks featuring AD/DA transfer, data compression, mistake monitoring and correction, authentication, encoding and decoding; ] computer software for preventing and defending against virus and hacker attacks, particularly software for the creation of firewalls; computer software for storing and archiving data; computer software, namely, basic input output system (BIOS); computer software for analyzing, testing and measuring computer systems, installed software, optical disc drives and inserted discs; computer software for DRM (digital rights management); computer software for reading, downloading, copying and transferring data and information to and from the intranet and local area networks; software for interaction and data exchange between several computers, computer data memories; computer software to design and print labels, covers, inlays and booklets; computer software for indexing and cataloguing media files in databases; downloadable databases and in particular, translation databases, digital dictionaries and terminology databases for computer-aided translations.