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Google Finally Gets Right To Gmail Trademark In Germany

techcrunch.com
When Google launched Gmail in Germany in 2005, it was quickly barred from using the Gmail name for its email product there. German entrepreneur Daniel Giersch, after all, had registered the ‘G-mail’ trademark (short for Giersch mail) for his physical and electronic mail service in Germany in 2000, long before...
Google Finally Gets Right To Gmail Trademark In Germany

Google Mail no more: German users can switch to a Gmail.com email address today

thenextweb.com
Nearly seven years after it had to rebrand its Gmail service as Google Mail in Germany, Google has today announced that users in the country will now be able to use a gmail.com email address from today. Announcing the change in an official blog post, Google says that as of...
Google Mail no more: German users can switch to a Gmail.com email address today
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