In a lawsuit filed last Wednesday, Cisco asked a judge to forbid Apple from using the name "iPhone," a Cisco trademark since 2000. The case hinges (mostly) on whether Apple's new phone could confuse shoppers looking to buy Cisco's iPhones, which is a Linksys product line. Patent and trademark attorneys seem to think that Cisco will likely win IF the case goes to court. Who knows. I have to believe that Apple is smarter that that. Or are they?