Mountain View-based Google has rolled out new domain name registration services, the firm announced last night, and will use Scottsdale, Arizona-based GoDaddy for the services. The new domain name registration features will be part of the Google Apps For Your Domain service, and went live Thursday night. Arizona-based GoDaddy and Bellevue, Washington-based eNom, a domain name registrar, have partnered with Google to provide the new domain name registration services. The registration services from Google will be available for a $10 annual fee, and currently offer .com, .net, .org, .biz, and .info domains.
Top NewsFriday, December 15, 2006
Google Partners With Godaddy For Domain Registration