Freedom Mail

The New York Times writes:

Mr. Fodor, 43, a French computer programmer, said that in the early 1990s he worked on push e-mail services that predated the filing of important patents in this area.

He intends to test his claims as soon as next month by introducing Freedom Mail, a simple free service that he says will make it possible to view and respond to messages sent to almost any e-mail account on a cellphone or other mobile device.

Freedom Mail will liberate wireless e-mail from expensive and spurious litigation driven by very few patent owners for the sole purpose of dominating global wireless e-mail communications, Mr. Fodor said in an e-mail message.

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Rajesh Jain

An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.