After his keynote speech at Apple Expo yesterday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs commented on the legal struggle between Apple and the Beatles’ Apple Corp. “Apple Corporation and Apple [Computer] signed a legal agreement more than a decade ago. I wasn’t there, and it says what each company can do with their trademark,” he said. “I inherited that, and right now there’s a disagreement about this. It’s a trademark dispute… We might have to get a judge to decide on it.” Also of note, Jobs chose to play a Beatles song, “In My Life,” performed by the late Johnny Cash before the keynote speech.