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    News - iCould and MobileMe disabled in Germany due to lawsuit

    It appears as though Apple wasn't able to turn the tables on the recent Motorola ruling.
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    Re: News - iCould and MobileMe disabled in Germany due to lawsuit

    iCould point out a typo in the title but I can't be bothered.

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    Re: News - iCould and MobileMe disabled in Germany due to lawsuit

    Please take note, however, anyone who travels to Germany and connects with a MobileMe account will lose push services permanently
    Ouch! Glad I don't use that service.
    Apple is still appealing against what it calls an 'invalid' Motorola patent, however it's clear that the firm's period for reasonable inaction against the initial ruling has now passed
    translation being that if they did nothing for much longer then they'd be held in contempt presumably?

    Got to wonder if the "invalid" Moto patent is any better or worse than the slide-left-to-right-to-unlock or it's-a-tablet design patents that Apple have been using to persecute Motorola and Samsung.

    Said it before, I really don't like the way that Apple try and use thin patents to stifle any prospective competition.

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    Re: News - iCould and MobileMe disabled in Germany due to lawsuit

    Quote Originally Posted by JCBeastie View Post
    iCould point out a typo in the title but I can't be bothered.
    Haha nice, and sorry that was terrible of me!

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