Alice would be proud, as today's curious Nintendo 3DS news gets curiouser, with VOOKS revealing that a couple of Nintendo 3DS related trademarks have popped up on the Australian Trademark Database.
The two trademarks, which have been accepted for submission today, are titled 'Nintendo 3DS' and 'Nintendo 3DSWare'. The former would be the obvious, the console itself, while the latter would certainly be an online game and application service similar to the DSiware network for the Nintendo DSi.
VOOKS has kindly pointed out two notes of interest within the trademark details; firstly, the trademarks are listed as 'Acceptance Advertised' (whatever this means) for this month, specifically September 30, which is the day after a Nintendo held event that intends to reveal the price and launch dates for the Nintendo 3DS.
The other noteworthy point is that the Wii and DSi both launched two and three months respectively after their trademark listed 'Acceptance Advertised' dates. If the Nintendo 3DS were to operate within a similar time frame, it would line up quite nicely with the many circulating rumours that the system intends to launch before the end of the year.