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Engadget logo now a thrilla in Manila

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
November 9, 2009
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Even though your company might be based in Croatia, Malaysia, or scattered throughout US airports we're all linked together by a single common thread: Google image search and a penchant for the Engadget logo. The latest infringer of our beloved IP is E-pins Corporation, a self-described telecommunications contractor employing some 500 people in the Philippines. With staff like that you'd think they could hire their own graphic designer.

[Thanks, Jeffrey S.]



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