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Google's campaign to draw a sharp line between its free email offerings and what it delivers for paying customers is nearly complete.

Last week, Google announced it was killing off its free Google Apps offering  for new customers. Today it dropped the other shoe, announcing, in a bizarrely named "Winter cleaning" blog post, that as of January 2013 it will no longer support Google Sync connections for new devices using a Gmail or free Google Apps account.

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Why "Winter cleaning"? Who knows? Google isn't dropping support for Google Sync for its paying customers, only removing the option for free Gmail customers.

The announcement is even more confusing because both Google and Apple have misused brand names associated with the various products. So here's a cheat sheet:, Site News Today\\\'s world Presenting Daily News Latest News and Latest Regarding News Politics, Business, Sports Up Celebrity Gossip.

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