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Amazon Reportedly to Settle FyreTV Trademark Lawsuit

Amazon and FyreTV owner Wreal are reportedly finalizing a confidential settlement of the trademark infringement lawsuit that the adult streaming service originally brought against the online retail giant in 2014.

FyreTV's Trademark Lawsuit Against Amazon's 'Fire TV' Moves Forward

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that a case against Amazon over its Fire TV product, brought by adult streaming company Wreal, which owns the “FyreTV” trademark, can move forward.

Chromecast, Fire TV to Become Top Porn Streaming Devices After Roku Ban

Since Roku's ban on porn channels took effect March 1, leading content streaming services have adjusted their promotion strategies, switching over to Chromecast and Fire TV as the top choices for adult streaming devices.

Alana Luv Steaming Service 'A Luv Media' Debuts on Amazon Fire TV

Alana Luv has announced her A Luv Media streaming service is now available on Amazon Fire devices.

Adult Time Is Now Available on Amazon Fire TV

Adult Time has announced its more than 55,000 titles are now available for streaming on Amazon Fire TV devices.

FyreTV's Trademark Suit Over Amazon's Fire TV Continues

Amazon Inc. rolled out its new set-top box Fire TV today despite that it continues to face a lawsuit waged by adult entertainment company FyreTV over charges it allegedly appropriated its trade name.

FyreTV Sues Amazon Over New Fire TV Brand

Amazon Inc. has been sued by adult entertainment company FyreTV for allegedly appropriating its trade name to sell Amazon's set-top box, Fire TV.

Amazon's Fire TV Shares Name With Porn Site

Amazon Inc., which just today debuted Fire TV, apparently didn't strategize too much on a likely domain name for its new video streaming and gaming device.