German court upholds ban on Apple's iCloud push e-mail services

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  • gatorguygatorguy Posts: 14,507member
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    Originally Posted by tmhisey View Post


    As soon as I finished reading the article, I was going to comment on the fact that in no way does Google yet own Motorola Mobility -- thanks for getting there first With respect to Israel, MMI indicates on its web site that it filed a 10K on 17 Feb re: having received clearance from Israel.



    This is not the first time that I've noticed an AI writer erroneously asserting that Google has completed the acquisition. They may wish to bookmark http://investors.motorola.com/google-acquisition.cfm and do some fact-checking before they post.



    Thanks for the mention about Israel. I hadn't seen that yet.



    As for AI writing the acquisition was complete they know the truth, but it wouldn't make as good a story if they didn't claim Google was attacking Apple directly. Circle the wagons and all that.
  • relicrelic Posts: 4,735member
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    Originally Posted by I am a Zither Zather Zuzz View Post


    Those who can, innovate. Those who cannot, get banned.



    I'm sorry I don't understand your statement, would you be so kind in explaining with a little more detail.
  • relicrelic Posts: 4,735member
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    Originally Posted by dasanman69 View Post


    One loses the push email functionality but the iPhone can be easily set to poll the servers at specific time intervals. Its really not that serious.



    That's what I was thinking. I really don't see the appeal to MobileMe anyway, don't most internet providers also provide email services. I would much rather use a local email service or even create my own. I've had the same email address for the last 12 years from a server and domain that I control, cost's me 15 CHF for the domain and 30 for the server rental a year. I even have 500 GB of storage for only a extra 20 CHF and the server is located only 10 miles away so I get like 5,000 MBS up and 30,000 MBS down, numbers that iCloud could never give me.



    Not saying there is anything wrong with MobileMe but your provider already delivers these services, why use Apples?
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