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Submission + - Google loses "Gmail" trademark case (pressesc.com)

amigoro writes: "A court in Germany today banned Google from using the name "Gmail" for its popular webmail service following a trademark suit filed by the founder of G-Mail. Daniel Giersch (33), started using the name G-Mail in 2000, four years before Google released "Gmail". "Google infringed the young businessman's trademark that had been previously been registered," said the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court in its judgement."
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Submission + - Rent an iPhone (blorge.com)

Anonymous Squirtle writes: In response to consumer complaints that the iPhone's battery was irreplaceable, Apple has created a replacement program, as well as a stand-in iPhone "rental" program to tide you over until your unit is fixed.

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