.google is a brand top-level domain (TLD) used in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Created in 2014, it is operated by Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company. It was the first registered branded gTLD to be associated with a publicly accessible website. Plans exist to move other Alphabet products and domains to google.
Google Domains is a domain registration service at https://domains.google. In addition, Google also owns the domain .goog (for sites such as https://partneradvantage.goog and https://pki.goog) and .gle (for shortened URLs such as goo.gle and forms.gle), while operating numerous other websites in domain .google, for example:
- https://about.google, a site showcasing Google products and company information
- https://blog.google, a news blog about Google products
- https://registry.google, a site providing information and news about Google-owned domain endings
- https://nic.google, which redirects to Google domain registry
- https://ai.google, a site showcasing the usages of Google's artificial intelligence products
- https://design.google, a site providing information and news about Google Design
- https://environment.google, which redirects to Google Sustainability
- https://pride.google, a site promoting awareness about Pride parades across America
- https://health.google, a site about Google's Health
- https://research.google, a site showcasing Google's research work
- https://crisisresponse.google, a site-building awareness about Google crisis assistance
- https://grow.google, a site with tools from Google to grow small businesses and startups
- https://diversity.google, a site dedicated to talking about Google's approach to diversity and inclusion
- https://safety.google, a site dedicated to educating people on topics like data security, privacy controls and online protections
- https://chromeenterprise.google, a site about Google Chrome Enterprise
- https://dns.google, which provides access to Google's public DNS
- https://domains.google, a site about Google Domains
- https://opensource.google, a site about Google's open source projects
- https://wellbeing.google, a site about digital wellbeing
- https://sustainability.google, a site promoting sustainable growth and the environment
- https://teachfromhome.google, a site for educators to reach tools whilst teaching from home created during the COVID-19 pandemic
- https://covid19.google, which redirects to Google's webpage on COVID-19 Information and Insights
- https://readalong.google, a site for the Read Along Android app from Google
- https://stories.google/, a site about Google's Web Stories.
- https://tv.google/, a site about the new Google TV platform, the successor to Android TV
- https://businessmessages.google, a site about business messages tool from Google Search and Google Map.
- https://nextbillionusers.google/, Google’s Next Billion Users initiative to build products for first time internet users.
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- "Configuring DNS on the cloud.goog domain". Google Cloud. Retrieved 2020-04-05.
- ".gle Registry Agreement". Icann.org. Retrieved 2020-07-23.
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