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Google fails to find the G-spot in UK

Discussion in 'News' started by Fergal1982, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. Fergal1982

    Fergal1982 Petabyte Poster


    Google fails to find the G-spot in UK

    Google is to change its web-based e-mail service in the UK. In future, anyone signing up for an e-mail account from a computer with a British IP address will be offered the @googlemail.com e-mail address instead of @gmail.com.

    The name change means that new users won't have to worry about the outcome of a pending challenge to the Gmail trademark from another company in the UK, according to Google spokeswoman Ema Linaker. Google made a similar change for new customers in Germany in May, following a trademark challenge from a company there, she said.

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    1. tripwire45
      Good grief, Fergal...g-spot? :blink :oops:

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