Google becomes domain name seller

Google has become a registrar – a company allowed to sell Internet domain names – but told us it has no current plans to sell any.
Last week, Internet overseeing organisation ICANN and technical arm IANA, quietly approved Google’s application and gave it ID number 895. It is now entitled to sell any .biz, .com, .info, .name, .net, .org and .pro domains (but not .aero, .coop, or .museum). Interestingly though, a Google spokeswoman told us it has no plans to sell any at the moment. For more on this click here

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