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Nov 08, 2016
GoDaddy announces Emoji Domain Search Engine with ASCII magicGoDaddy has announced the ability to search emoji integrated web URLs using the new project <3<3<3.ws.
Jul 12, 2016
.tickets domain available in India nowTop Level Domain (TLD) .tickets will now be available in India. Establish brands, entrepreneurs in the field of Events, Sports, Entertainment, and Travel can book the domain for their websites.
Jan 11, 2016
China's country code domain '.cn' becomes world's largestChina's country code domain '.cn' has become the world's most commonly used in the internet with 16.36 million users, surpassing Germany's '.de' domain.
Aug 07, 2015
Not smartphone: BlackBerry's Android Secured website is all about Android security, managementBlackBerry has finally used the domains by launching Android Secured -- a website that offers details on management and updates on security of Android handsets.
Jul 11, 2015
Blackberry's two new domain names fuel Android Phone speculationThe purchase of the domain names is particularly interesting since BlackBerry Chief Executive John Chen has declined to confirm a June Reuters report that said the company was planning an Android phone.
Oct 25, 2014
Ebola.com sold for over $200,000 to a marijuana companyThe owners of the website Ebola.com have scored a big payday with the outbreak of the epidemic, selling the domain for more than USD 200,000 in cash and stock.
Mar 24, 2014
Mithun Da shakes a leg in new GoDaddy commercialArray
Apr 13, 2012
Deadline for domain names extended, tech glitchThe Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is blaming a technical glitch and says some user data may have been exposed.
Jan 13, 2012
Internet revolution dawns with .yournamehere domainsA quiet Internet revolution begins on Thursday. Organisations can begin applying to name and run their own domains instead of entrusting them to the operators of .com, .org, .gov and others.
Dec 16, 2011
Safeguard Yourself From Typosquatting This ChristmasWe've all made typing mistakes when typing a Web address in our browser. In better cases, we get nothing more than a 404 not found error. In worse cases, we might be redirected to a scam site.