Apple reactivates push email in Germany nearly two years after Motorola shut it down

We're no fans of patent litigation, and we imagine German iPhone users weren't thrilled when Motorola shut down iOS push email in the nation. After numerous pieces of paperwork (and a $135 million bond) was put on the table, an interim decision has allowed Apple to offer the service while the issue is resolved in court. All Teutonic users need to do is activate "Fetch New Data" from the "Mail, Contacts and Calendars" settings pane and, when all of this is settled, hope that messy patent litigation can stop getting between us and our email.