Microsoft Licenses ActiveSync for Google Sync

by on February 21, 2009 · 9 comments

It’s good to see Google and Microsoft playing nice (for once):

Microsoft has licensed the Exchange ActiveSync protocol to several other mobile communications players, including Apple. Horacio Gutierrez, a top Microsoft intellectual property and licensing executive, said in a statement that Google’s licensing of the patents related to the protocol “is a clear acknowledgement of the innovation taking place at Microsoft.”

He said it also exemplifies the company’s “openness to generally license our patents under fair and reasonable terms so long as licensees respect Microsoft intellectual property.”

Check out Google’s new service.

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    Well its pretty obvious.. Microsoft is very intelligent when comes to competitor growth and advancement. They are way ahead of competition and are ready to move forward with their money which they spend on huge amount of researches of all sorts..

    Google on other hand runs via its search engine business. and are most likely to stay at No 2. but not for long..

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    yaaa i agree with mini after all microsoft is microsoft.despite of this,as we all know search engine which is considered at number 2 by you is at top from my point of view.

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    yaaa i agree with mini after all microsoft is microsoft.despite of this,as we all know search engine which is considered at number 2 by you is at top from my point of view.

  • http://www.funmahol.com Mobile

    yaaa i agree with mini after all microsoft is microsoft.despite of this,as we all know search engine which is considered at number 2 by you is at top from my point of view.

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