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n'Gadgets store has us pondering a name change, new line of business

Laura June
01.02.10
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Engadget's iconic and recognizable logo has a long history of being used in unauthorized ways. We should probably be appalled or something, but we'll leave that to the lawyers -- because we can't help but find it amusing. This time around, it's Batteries n'Gadgets -- a store at a mall in Toronto -- that saw fit to take liberties with our logo. Nice work, Canada!

[Thanks, David]

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