Just A Week After Google Announces Blink, Microsoft Applies For ‘Blink’ Trademark

Posted on Apr 15 2013 - 6:00pm by Editorial Staff

What makes a business brand to sustain longer than believe? Any idea, doing the right things at right time, this is all what required to make a business successful both in terms of profits and giving edge to rivals. The story is of Microsoft and Google, which starts a week ago, when the search giant unveiled Blink, a new open source rendering engine based on WebKit.

Now, you will say it a coincidence or planned in advance thing, Microsoft filed a trademark application with the USPTO for ‘Blink’ just a week after. Don’t to confuse here as this is not that Blink which Google unveiled, but when digging deeper, we come to a thought (with proof) that Microsoft having a Windows Phone 8 application, which also known by the name of BLINK.

Introducing in brief, Microsoft’s BLINK will let people captures a burst of images before a user even press the shutter and continues to capture pictures after user taken the shot. Sounds interesting right, even if you do have a Windows Phone, you can download it from here.

Coincidence or a planned move, you can decide it yourself.

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