In bid for domains, Amazon and Google vie for similar names
LOS ANGELES (MCT) – Google hopes to inherit the Earth – or at least .earth. And Amazon wants to bring you .joy. It’s probably no surprise that they both want .you.
Those were among the 1,930 applications for new generic top-level domain names, replacing the ubiquitous .com that we see on most commercial websites in an online land-grab that could be the largest expansion of the Internet’s domain-name system.
The domains are administered by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN.
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