Speck Sues Katinkas Over Counterfeit iPhone Cases

Speck Sues Katinkas Over Counterfeit iPhone Cases

By John Laposky On Apr 2 2013 - 11:04am

Speck accuses Katinkas of selling counterfeit versions of its CandyShell iPhone
Speck accuses Katinkas of selling counterfeit versions of its CandyShell iPhone cases.


Mountain View, Calif. — Speck Products is suing Katinkas USA for distributing counterfeit products in the United States.

 

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Ballistic Bows Case For Every1

Ballistic Bows Case For Every1

By Lisa Johnston On Nov 28 2012 - 4:59pm

The Every1 case features four layers, the last of which is a built-in screen pro
The Every1 case features four layers, the last of which is a built-in screen protector.


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — Ballistic unveiled its Every1 smartphone case, with Apple, Samsung and Nokia versions planned.

The Every1 case has the company’s built-in Active Latches design with a Suspension Springs feature that provides a 1mm air gap around the phone.

There are four layers that make up the case. The first has shock-absorbing springs; the second has a polycarbonate shell; the third is made of the company’s shock-absorbent polymer, while the fourth is a built-in screen protector. There are also built-in port covers and kickstand.

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