Gmail UK No More?

From SlashDot:

As of today, UK Gmail users are seeing 'Google Mail' at the top of their Gmail accounts, and Google is warning they may lose their '@gmail.com' addresses in the future.

Google may be fighting on as many fronts as MicroSoft is!

Gmail recently became Google Mail in Germany as well:

Earlier this year, Google lost the right to use Gmail in Germany, following a dispute with the Hamburg-based finance firm. Giersch registered "Gmail – und die Post geht richtig ab." with the German Patent Office five years ago. Following a court injunction awarded by a German court in favour of Giersch earlier this year, Google’s German customers have been using addresses ending @googlemail.com.

Published: October 19, 2005

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BEN
November 1, 2006 - 9:40pm

WHO THE F**K CARES.

A Reader
October 25, 2005 - 9:49pm

bloody pathetic. just let us use the @gmail.com for god's sake!

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