Still in an invite-only beta, Google Domains is geared toward helping small businesses without a Web presence purchase and transfer domains.
WhatsApp's subscription business model may give Facebook hints about how to collect fees from users in its growing stable of social network services, instead of just relying on ad revenue.
The leading Chinese search engine blames the U.S.-based Internet domain registry for allowing a hack that left the site disabled and defaced.
As ICANN looks to expand the use of different domain extensions, GoDaddy looks to cash in even more on domain name reselling.
Assuming the company gains control of such top-level domains as .search, .app, .blog, and .cloud, it doesn't seems to want to restrict their use to its own products.
123-Reg is down for the count, and that takes its customers with it.
CNET has learned a Twitter outage that left millions of users fuming when they couldn't click on links came from an unlikely source: a "phishing complaint" sent to an Australian firm.
Network Solutions, a major registrar of Internet domain names, counters accusations it's grabbing domain names after customers show an interest but before they register them.
Google's plan for the new top-level domains it gets is unlike most other big tech firms: it wants to offer them up to the public.
The e-commerce giant is applying for 76 new top-level domains -- and you won't be able to register any of them. What exactly does it have up its sleeve?