Apple Computer has won the lawsuit filed by Apple Corps of The Beatles fame, reports Reuters. Apple Corps originally filed the lawsuit, saying that Apple Computer violated a 1991 trademark agreement by getting into the music business. “Apple Computer argued in court hearings in London earlier this year that iTunes was primarily a data transmission service, which is permitted by the agreement,” notes the story. “The 1991 out-of-court settlement, which included a US$26 million payment by Apple Computer, set out areas in which each party would have exclusive use of their respective fruit-shaped logos. ‘I find no breach of the trademark agreement has been demonstrated,’ Mr Justice Mann said in his judgment. ‘The action therefore fails.'” UPDATE: Reteurs has updated the story.