Posts Tagged ‘Domains’

Jay-Z & Beyonce Trademark Their Baby’s Name But Don’t Own The Domains BlueIvy.com or BlueIvyCarter.com

According to a story today in in the Washington Post, Jay-Z and Beyoncé  have filed a trademark application on their baby’s name Blue Ivy Carter, On January 26th.
The application was filed by TBGK Trademark Holdings,  Beyoncé’s company to …

Cnet.com: Google Goes With “Drive” As The Name Of Its Cloud Service, Of Course It Doesn’t Own Drive.com

According to Cnet.com “Google is reportedly getting ready to take on Dropbox with its own cloud-based storage service”.
“The service called Drive”….will allow users to upload photos, documents, and videos to Google servers…

Baseball.net Last Sold For $52K In 2008 Bought & Relaunched

Arbel Arif  and his partner Natan, acquired the domain name Baseball.net for an undisclosed amount in the five figures from DomainCapital.com in the last month and has launched it within the last week to “build a vast community of baseball enthu…

Baseball.net Last Sold For $52K In 2008 Bought & Relaunched

Arbel Arif  and his partner Natan, acquired the domain name Baseball.net for an undisclosed amount in the five figures from DomainCapital.com in the last month and has launched it within the last week to “build a vast community of baseball enthu…

Blip.Tv Acquires Blip.com and Rebrands as Blip

According to a post on Paidcontent.org, Blip.tv has dropped the .Tv from its name and now rebranded as just Blip.
“”Online video network Blip.tv announced a $12-million round of funding, and a rebranding. Now it’s known simply as “Blip….

Today We Call Out Sedo For Including Escrow Only Transactions In It’s Sales Figures

Sedo.com has been including domain names it acts only as escrow agent for in its weekly and annual reports of domain sales.
This information came to light this week when Sedo inadvertently reported a sale that was supposed to be confidential and Franc…

100 MEEELLION .com domains now registered – The Register

There are now over 100 million .com domain names on the internet. The milestone was passed in either October or January, depending on how you measure “registered” domains. But whichever way you cut it, .com is now into nine figures. VeriSign …