I want to manufacture and sell an electronic device which I made using some TI components at home. Can I use TI's logo and other logos such as 'Burr-Brown audio' and their names on my product packaging?
You will need to obtain permission from the company whose logo you intend to use before using it. Just because you use a product from that company in your devices doesn't necessarily give you permission to use their logo.
Many companies have co-marketing plans that you can apply to be a part of but generally you and your product must meet certain requirements in order to be a part of it.
Some companies have explicit usage guidelines. For example, Intel dictates when you can and when you can't use the intel-logo on machines that you build.
These usage guidelines do grant a limited license and tell in part for what you need a further license.
You may refer to Intel products and services by their associated Intel trademarks and service marks, so long as such references (a) are truthful, fair, and not misleading, and (b) comply with these guidelines
For example, you can not use the logos without a further license that allows it, as that doesn't comply with the guidelines under b:
- Do not make unlicensed use of Intel's licensed logos, such as the Intel Inside® logo. Third-party use of Intel logos requires a license or written permission from Intel. If you are interested in obtaining a license to use an Intel mark or logo, contact your Intel marketing or sales representative, or your local Intel sales office
On the other hand, saying that the board is Intel when it is not, would violate the truthful part of the guidelines under a.
So by placing a sticker without the proper license or claiming it is a part that it isn't it, you become unlicensed and that means you are in violation of the contract of adhesion formed by the guidelines and possibly trademark rights.