All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Googlemail’

Google Finally Registers Gmail Name in Germany

Up until very recently, Google has been unable to register its ‘@gmail’ extension in Germany, and users were forced to type when sending a message, all because the ‘G-mail’ name had been copyrighted in that country, long before Google likely even conceived of its webmail service. Though, it’s been reported that Google was able to finally settle with the …

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Google Gets Fined, Waves German Flag

Google’s not one to hold a grudge; today, features a logo celebrating Germany’s 1990 reunification.  But yesterday, a German court fined the search giant a little more than $14,000 for using the domain for mobile search.

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Gmail Suffers German Travails

An all-but-final loss of the Gmail trademark case in Germany and a newly-passed law on retaining personal information on its users has Google’s email service reeling.

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