Britain: Microsoft Buys Map Service – New York Times

Britain: Microsoft Buys Map Service – New York Times
In order to try & compete with Google’s un-stoppable Google Maps for local-based advertising, local paid search & the emerging mobile audience, Microsoft makes a strategic acquisition of London-based MultiMap. This offers domainers an alternative to Google Maps and another option for domain developers to help monetize domains, geo-domain names and mobile domains that can benefit from online mapping.

Source: NYTimes.com

Mobile Space Convergence

Mobile Search Ads on the Upswing

New Live.com Look & Feel, More Information On Windows Live SkyDrive

Microsoft’s Live.com is coming to life with new bells & whistles… the powerful generic Live.com domain name is worth its weight in gold.

I believe this may interest some big guns down the Internet TV road. As brilliant as the “Live.com” brand is… there is always something more exciting around the corner and that is the future of “live webcast” in your living room and on your Pay Internet TV… imagine if you will for a moment, picture in your mind an amazing, easy-to-remember, brandable and extremely powerful generic domain name: LiveWebcast.TV! That’s right it has a beautiful ring to it! And there’s a few more gems of powerful generic domain names that will rule the Internet TV world when it comes to pay-per-view: PayInternetTV.com, PayInternet.TV & PayInternetTV.TV

Domain Name Investment Opportunity:

LiveWebcast.TV is the domain name of the future!

PayInternetTV.com is “1 in a million”!

“These are the GlennGary leads and to you they’re gold. And you don’t get them… They’re for closers” – GlennGary Glen Ross Movie

S. Granville-Smith, InsideDomaining.com

10 Richest People in Tech

10 Richest People in Tech
High-net-worth, Multi-Billionaire ($67.8 Billion) Carlos Slim Helu, Telecom baron from Mexico (Telmex, America Movil, Grupo Corso), surpasses Bill Gates as the richest man in the world.

The Top 3 Richest Multi-Billionaires in the world:

  1. Carlos Slim Helu ($67.8 Billion)
  2. Bill Gates ($59.2 Billion)
  3. Larry Ellison ($21.5 Billion)

Source: Article by Stan Schroeder, Mashable.com http://mashable.com/