29 Mar '16, 5pm

Google Moves Its Domain Name Registrar To

Google Domains has moved over to a .Google TLD. You might remember last April’s Fool’s day when Google temporarily put up “com.google”. This is for real and in a post Google says: Introducing domains.google — a new URL for Google Domains “We’re so excited about new domain name endings, we decided to use one ourselves! Starting today, you can find us at domains.google” “Like it? Get a unique URL of your own. There are hundreds of new domain name endings to choose from — from the practical (.florist), to the artistic (.vision) and the just plain fun (.ninja). Check them out now at domains.google.”

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2016/03/29/google-moves-its-dom...

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