Today Apple rolled-out the latest version of its operating system, TIGER.  Yesterday, Tiger Direct, a direct PC seller, sued Apple.  I can’t confirm the MacWorld’s article’s assertion that Apple has a registration for TIGER.  Tiger Direct had filed extensions to file an opposition against Apple’s application for TIGER last August, which opposition seems to have no papers entered since last year, suggesting that the parties were in discussions (the TTAB Vue print-out states that the opposition status is both terminated and pending, an odd state of affairs.  The TARR status indicates that an opposition was initiated in December).