Which of these popular terms ar trademarked: "Just do it", "Momlife", "Post It", "Slurpee", "Smartphone"...

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The following terms are trademarked:

  • "Just do it" - trademarked by Nike, Inc.
  • "Post-it" - trademarked by 3M.
  • "Slurpee" - trademarked by 7-Eleven, Inc.
  • "Smartphone" - not trademarked. This term is considered a generic term used to describe a type of mobile phone with advanced features and capabilities.
  • "Bazinga" - trademarked by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
  • "Elf on the Shelf" - trademarked by CCA and B, LLC.
  • "FaceTime" - trademarked by Apple Inc.
  • "Barbie" - trademarked by Mattel, Inc.
  • "Jeep" - trademarked by FCA US LLC.
  • "May the Force be with you" - not trademarked. This phrase is considered a common phrase used in popular culture.
  • "Rudolph" - trademarked by Character Arts, LLC.
  • "Skywalker" - trademarked by Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd. LLC.
  • "Candy" - not trademarked. This term is considered a generic term used to describe various types of sweets and confections.
  • "Harry Postter" - not trademarked. This is a misspelling of the trademarked name "Harry Potter," which is owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
  • "Litecoin" - trademarked by Litecoin Foundation.
  • "NYPD" - trademarked by City of New York.
  • "Octogon" - not trademarked. This term is considered a common geometrical shape.
  • "Festivus" - trademarked by Sony Pictures Television Inc.
  • "Flavortown" - trademarked by Guy Fieri.

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