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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." Link to Original Source
Anonymous Squirtle (666) 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." Link to Original Source